Young people essential to helping erase gender bias Society

Young people essential to helping erase gender bias

Students majoring in communications and journalism will be trained in knowledge and skills to become change makers of gender stereotypes in the community, as heard at a workshop held in Hanoi on September 25 to kick off a project titled “Youth address gender stereotypes and promote gender equality”.
Vietnam joins UNSC open debate on peace operation, human rights Politics

Vietnam joins UNSC open debate on peace operation, human rights

Head of the Vietnam Permanent Mission to the UN Ambassador Dang Dinh Quy highlighted the basic principles of peacekeeping operations and the primary role of host countries in protecting and promoting human rights during a UN Security Council (UNSC) open debate on July 7.
Vietnam-US joint efforts help with UXO clearance in Quang Tri Society

Vietnam-US joint efforts help with UXO clearance in Quang Tri

Vietnam and the US have been working together for a number of decades already to clear away unexploded ordnance (UXO) left over from the war, which has proven to be fruitful, especially in central Quang Tri province - the area in Vietnam most contaminated by UXO.
Gifts delivered to disabled, blind people in HCM City Society

Gifts delivered to disabled, blind people in HCM City

The Ho Chi Minh City Union of Friendship Organizations (HUFO) in conjunction with Tzu Chi – a non-governmental organisation of Taiwan (China), on May 30 presented 2,000 gift packages worth 3 billion VND (128,590 USD) to disabled and blind people in the city.
NGO, Australian man support newborn care in Yen Bai Health

NGO, Australian man support newborn care in Yen Bai

Non-governmental organisation VinaCapital Foundation and an Australian sponsor on February 28 presented medical equipment worth nearly 250 million VND (10,600 USD) to the healthcare centre of Van Yen district in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai, to help care for newborn babies.
Efforts needed to remove wildlife black markets Environment

Efforts needed to remove wildlife black markets

To prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 that causes COVID-19, conservationists proposed abolishing “black markets” for wildlife trade and blaming authorities of localities where violations happen.