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Vietnam Cultural Center needs your support
Vietnam Islamic School and Cultural Center Project which has been under construction since 2013 expects your support.
Vietnam 24.04.2014

Vietnamese people need an Islamic school and cultural center where they can have religious education and training and where they can use as a meeting point in which they can create strong bonds of brotherhood.

In order to meet the needs of Vietnamese Muslims, IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation launched Vietnam Cultural Center Project in 2013.

When this project is finished, it will be able to care for 230 students and there will be meeting halls in the cultural center.

The total cost of the project is 220,000 dollars and it will be completed in 15 months time if it is funded. One of IHH's volunteers has met the 70,000 dollars of the total cost. For the rest of the expense, the project needs your support.

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