HIV/AIDS patients’ treatment now covered by insurance Health

HIV/AIDS patients’ treatment now covered by insurance

HCM City is expected to treat nearly 4,000 people with HIV/AIDS who have health insurance cards in the first quarter of next year, following the cessation of free treatment for all such patients in the country, according to the city HIV/AIDS Prevention Centre.
AO consequence settlement discussed at European Parliament Politics

AO consequence settlement discussed at European Parliament

Efforts to deal with consequences of Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin should focus on environmental improvement and long-term support for AO victims along with dioxin remediation activities, heard a seminar held at the European Parliament (EP)’s headquarters in Brussels, Belgium on November 28.
PM highlights ASEAN commitments to strengthen ties with Japan Politics

PM highlights ASEAN commitments to strengthen ties with Japan

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has underlined strong commitments of ASEAN in promoting and elevating the strategic partnership and comprehensive cooperation between the grouping and Japan for peace, stability and prosperity of each side as well as the whole region.
Vietnam hosts health sector’s 11th Asia-Pacific Future Trends Forum Health

Vietnam hosts health sector’s 11th Asia-Pacific Future Trends Forum

Leading policymakers, scientists, and experts from Asia’s health sector joined representatives from the World Bank at the 11th Asia-Pacific Future Trends Forum in Hanoi on November 12 to discuss global trends on health-related policies and to seek solutions to current challenges facing the sector.
Free health care services, medicine provided to Cambodians Society

Free health care services, medicine provided to Cambodians

A volunteer doctor delegation from the Borger Guard High Command of the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum has given free health checkups and medicines to locals in Ta Nga and Choong villages of Angonmias district, Cambodia’s Rattanakiri.
Vietnam-Cuba Friendship Dong Hoi Hospital – a ‘gem’ of friendship Society

Vietnam-Cuba Friendship Dong Hoi Hospital – a ‘gem’ of friendship

The Vietnam-Cuba Friendship Dong Hoi Hospital in central Quang Binh province, a facility that Cuban leader Fidel Castro committed to help Vietnam during his historical trip to the liberated area in South Vietnam 45 years ago, is regarded as a ‘gem’ of the friendship between the two countries.
PM approves national health programme Videos

PM approves national health programme

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved the Vietnam Health Programme to improve the well-being, stature, longevity and life quality of Vietnamese people.
CPI goes down slightly in July Videos

CPI goes down slightly in July

The General Statistics Office reported that the CPI of Vietnam fell slightly by 0.09% in July. The figure represented a year-on-year increase of 4.46% and was up 2.13% against December 2017.