HCM City doctors provide free check-ups in Cambodia Health

HCM City doctors provide free check-ups in Cambodia

A group of more than 40 voluntary nurses and doctors from Ho Chi Minh City has provided free medical checkups and treatments for over 1,000 overseas Vietnamese and poor people in Cambodia’s Koh Kong province.

Efforts made to help poor people enjoy Tet

The movement “Tet for the poor and Agent Orange (AO) victims” will be continued to help the poor and disadvantaged people better celebrate the Lunar New Year, or Tet holiday, the largest festive time for the year which falls at the end of next month.

OV credited with Cambodian development

A senior Cambodian official has credited the Cambodians of Vietnamese descent for the country’s development, saying that they have lent hands to its poverty reduction cause.
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Self-taught snapper frames ethnic futures

Rehahn Croquevielle arrived in Vietnam from France six years ago as a volunteer in Hoi An. Before long, the beauty of his new home inspired him to take up photography. He has travelled to the furthermost corners of the country to capture the lives of the nation's ethnic communities.

Activities organised to mark Agent Orange Day

From July 20, benefactors who would like to send messages of support to Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims can do so through a charitable programme launched by the Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA).
Programme calls for support for fishermen Society

Programme calls for support for fishermen

The Vietnam General Confederation of Labour (VGCL) on June 5 held a ceremony to launch a campaign to call for continued support for fishermen in Truong Sa (Spratly) and Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelagoes.