Technology project helps connect doctors with COVID-19 patients Sci-Tech

Technology project helps connect doctors with COVID-19 patients

The Help Me! project, a member of the National Technology Centre for COVID-19 Prevention and Control, has been recently launched, connecting many IT engineers and over 150 volunteers in Vietnam and around the world to support Vietnamese people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Young Vietnamese people in US join hands in supporting frontline forces in HCM City Society

Young Vietnamese people in US join hands in supporting frontline forces in HCM City

Members of “Stay Strong Saigon” - a project of young Vietnamese people in the US in coordination with members of the “Vietnam - Unite for Vietnam” project to launch a campaign to donate 20,000 N95 face masks to frontline forces in the COVID-19 fight in Ho Chi Minh City, according to The Gioi va Viet Nam (World and Vietnam) newspaper.
Female “blue beret” doctors Videos

Female “blue beret” doctors

Vietnam has actively participated in UN peacekeeping missions in many regions of the world over recent years, most notably by establishing field hospitals in South Sudan. The experience of female doctors and nurses have contributed to upholding the image of Vietnamese women and the country’s army in the eyes of international friends.
Vietnam News Agency delegation visits health facilities on Doctors' Day Society

Vietnam News Agency delegation visits health facilities on Doctors' Day

A delegation of the Vietnam News Agency, led by Party Central Committee member, Secretary of Party Committee and Deputy General Director of Vietnam News Agency Le Quoc Minh, on February 27 visited Hanoi-based central and municipal health facilities to extend wishes on the occasion of Vietnamese Doctors' Day.
Doctors bringing hope to HIV patients Videos

Doctors bringing hope to HIV patients

Despite facing risks from being exposed to the dangerous disease, doctors in medical wards specialising in treating those with HIV tackle whatever difficulties come their way in taking care of patients and give them hope that being infected is not the death sentence it once was.