Singapore air suffering from smoke World

Singapore air suffering from smoke

Singapore’s air quality has pushed unhealthy levels as a result of forest fires in neighbouring Indonesia, according to the National Environment Agency (NEA).
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Vietnam struggles to promote green consumption

Vietnam has recognised the importance of environmentally-friendly lifestyles in achieving its goal of sustainable development for a number of years, yet continues to face challenges in increasing green consumption.
Vietnam records 387 cases of stem cell transplant to date Health

Vietnam records 387 cases of stem cell transplant to date

Since the first stem cell transplant (SCT) was successfully performed in 1995 at the Blood Transfusion and Haematology Hospital (BT-H) in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam has performed a total of 387 cases of SCT to date; among them, 218 were autologous SCT while the remaining were allogeneic SCT.
Vietnam observes WHO Immunisation Week Health

Vietnam observes WHO Immunisation Week

A ceremony was held on April 24 in northern Bac Giang province to kick-start the Immunisation Week 2015 in Vietnam. Event participants included Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam, Minister of Health Nguyen Thi Kim Tien and representatives from ministries, sectors and localities.
Vietnam, US look forward to the future Society

Vietnam, US look forward to the future

Vice Director of the US organisation “Veterans for Peace (VFP)” Chuck Searcy said he and his delegation are in Hanoi to work for a better tomorrow during a roundtable talk recorded in the capital Hanoi on April 16.