Two five-year programs provide scholarships for young students who lost a parent in a road accident.
The Prudence Foundation has joined with the National Traffic Safety Committee in five-year programs to provide support to the children of victims of traffic accidents.
The Caring Arms, Sharing Pain Program and the Caring Arms Program were organized on 3 December in Hanoi by the Prudence Foundation and the National Traffic Safety Committee.
With the aim of easing the pain of children who have lost one of their parents in a traffic accident, the programs commit to supporting them annually until they turn 18.
Forty-five scholarships were presented, of $235 for high school and secondary school students and $141 for primary school students.