Vietnam helps Lao develop education hinh anh 1At the granting ceremony (Photo: VNA)
Vientiane (VNA) – Twenty five sets of computers worth 317 million VND (13,948 USD) has been presented to the School for Gifted and Ethnic Students in Laos as gifts from Vice President Nguyen Thi Doan, on behalf of the Vietnamese State and people.

Vietnamese Ambassador to Laos Nguyen Manh Hung handed over the gifts to Lao Deputy Minister of Education and Sports Sengdoun Lachanthboun and Rector of the school Khamputh Phimasone at a ceremony in Vientiane on November 23.

The computers are expected to help Lao students gain easier access to information technology, Ambassador Hung said.

They will help improve the quality of learning at the school, said Khamphuth Phimasone.

The School for Gifted and Ethnic Students under the National University of Laos was put into operation in 2007. It is one of the schools across the country receiving support from the Vietnamese Government and people.-VNA