More than 70 young people from across the nation departed from Cam Ranh international port in the central province of Khanh Hoa for the Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago on May 20 as part of the “Youth Journey for National Sea and Islands” programme.
During May 21-23, in the framework of FLOW/EOWE project, SNV has worked with Binh Thuan Department of Agriculture & Rural development and provincial People’s Committee to hold a technical workshop focusing on market information systems for agricultur
On May 24, the Community-based Tourism (CBT) project that funded by the NGOs HELVETAS Vietnam and implemented by Center for Rural Economic Development received 2 mountain bikes donated for the CBT project in Ha Giang and Cao Bang.
The Japanese non-profit Seed to Table held a Training of Trainers (TOT) on principles and practices in Organic Agriculture was held in Dong Thap from May 20-24.
On May 21-23, Helen Keller International Vietnam (HKI) coordinating with Lac Son project management unit hosts a trainning programme "Market Entry (Marketing and Sale Skills) and Business Networking".
Nearly 40 Lao nationals in Kon Tum province obtained the Vietnamese citizenship. They immigrated to Vietnam by crossing border or marrying Vietnamese citizens live in border area without marriage certificates.
Recently, a mobile dental clinic of seven dental chairs at Que An Primary School, Que Son District, Quang Nam Province was set up by 22 international volunteers, East Meets West Dental Team and dental nurses from Que An and Que Phong primary schools.
Three female Asiatic black bears were successfully rescued by Four Paws Viet expert team from a bear farm in Binh Duong province. This is the second rescue mission that Four Paws implemented in Binh Duong province this year.
As demand for nurses has been increasing in countries with ageing populations, Vietnam sees an opportunity to send workers abroad but authorities urged caution.
Localities nationwide have mobilised resources and equipment to prevent and control the African Swine Fever (ASF) amidst the fast spread of the disease.
As part of the project “Safer Cities for girls”, from May 5, members of Champion of Change club (COC) from University of Transportation and Communication have been taking part in assessing safety issues of 80 bus stops/stations in Hanoi.
Work started on the construction of three classrooms in Hoa My Tay primary school, Tay Hoa district of the south-central province of Phu Yen on May 16 , in the framework of the Pacific Partnership 2019 programme (PP19).
This partnership between the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) and World Vision aims to end violence against children, contributing to achieving the well-being of children in Vietnam.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Egypt on May 16 held a ceremony to mark the 129th birthday of President Ho Chi Minh (May 19).
Recently, the MAM project hosted a technical meeting with the Ca Mau Province’s Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) on payment for ecosystem services (PFES) in aquaculture under Government Decree 156/2018/NĐ-CP in Ca Mau Province.
Phạm Thị Thuý Hằng of HCM City was once so tormented about her life that she considered jumping off her house balcony and killing herself and her daughter.
The training program launched in May for 800 students who are members of Champions of Change clubs (COC) from 20 secondary schools in Dong Anh district and University of Transportation and Communication.