Efforts to ease Agent Orange pain Videos

Efforts to ease Agent Orange pain

The war has been over for a long time, but the Agent Orange disaster still exists, affecting life and health of many Vietnamese generations.
Deputy PM urges construction of houses for the poor Society

Deputy PM urges construction of houses for the poor

Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has suggested using funds from the 2019 Fund for the Poor to replace makeshift residences with brick houses by the end of the year, especially for households with family members that made contributions to the national independence and reunification.
HCM City aims to have no poor households by end of 2020 Society

HCM City aims to have no poor households by end of 2020

Local authorities need to learn more about the multi-dimensional aspects of poverty and offer solutions to reduce the poverty rate in Ho Chi Minh City, Deputy Secretary of the municipal Party Committee Vo Thi Dung said at a workshop on sustainable poverty reduction held on May 22.
Government takes bold measures to ensure safety of finance system Business

Government takes bold measures to ensure safety of finance system

Poorly-performing State-owned people’s credit funds – a type of credit institution focusing on people in rural areas to help them escape poverty and avoid dependence on loan sharks – will be merged, acquired or dissolved to ensure the safety of the country’s finance and banking system.
PM lauds bank’s contributions to poverty reduction Politics

PM lauds bank’s contributions to poverty reduction

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has applauded significant contributions of the Vietnam Bank for Social Policies (VBSP) to the country’s poverty reduction and socio-economic development while attending a Lunar New Year meeting of the bank on February 11 or the seventh day of the first lunar month.
National Assembly Chairwoman visits Military Zone 1 Politics

National Assembly Chairwoman visits Military Zone 1

Military Zone 1 armed forces need to constantly uphold the Party’s military-defence guidelines and policy, as well as their duties to defend the country in the new circumstances, National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan said.
Malaysia yet to set deadline for CPTPP ratification World

Malaysia yet to set deadline for CPTPP ratification

The Malaysian Government has not set any deadline for ratifying the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), Malaysian national news agency Bernama quoted International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Darell Leiking as saying.