Vietnamese French doctor dedicated to patients in homeland Health

Vietnamese French doctor dedicated to patients in homeland

Over the past three years, Rene D.Esser, a Vietnamese French doctor, travelled thousands of kilometres to Thong Nhat General Hospital in the southern province of Dong Nai every three months to provide free check-ups and treatment for patients with bone and joint diseases.
Denmark-backed dual vocational training proves effective in Vietnam Society

Denmark-backed dual vocational training proves effective in Vietnam

Dual vocation training model has proved an effective means of enhancing links between schools and businesses, heard a conference to review the first phase of the Danish-Vietnamese Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) project in Ho Chi Minh City on January 12.
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Buddhist monks offer free traditional treatments

Situated along Nhieu Loc Canal in HCM City’s District 1, Van Tho Pagoda has been a trusted place for free traditional cures for sprains, fractures and muscle and bone injuries for more than 30 years.
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Russia trains 240 Vietnamese students in nuclear power

As many as 240 Vietnamese students have been trained at Russian universities and research institutes specialising in nuclear power, the Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation of Russia announced at the fifth annual Nuclear Power Asia 2014 conference in Hanoi on January 20-22.
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Ministry enforces welding safety: official

Deputy Director of the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs' Labour Safety Department Nguyen Anh Tho spoke with VietnamPlus about the recent series of fires and explosions caused by welders
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Bosch to provide training for workers

The Lilama 2 Technical and Technology College under the Ministry of Construction and Robert Bosch Vietnam Co. Ltd. have signed an MoU to set up a technical industrial apprenticeship programme.