IMF raises funds to aid quake-tsunami survivors in Indonesia World

IMF raises funds to aid quake-tsunami survivors in Indonesia

The International Monetary Fund (IMF)’s staff have raised a total of 2 billion Rupiah (around 131,000 USD) to assist survivors of earthquakes and subsequent tsunami in Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi province as well as quake-affected people in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara province.
Handicapped children lack access to education Society

Handicapped children lack access to education

Handicapped Vietnamese children face obstacles to access education, leaving the majority of them with a low level of education and few job opportunities, heard a recent conference in Hanoi.
39th session of UN Human Rights Council opens Politics

39th session of UN Human Rights Council opens

The 39th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) opened in Geneva, Switzerland, on September 10, attended by representatives of 47 member countries, more than 100 observer states and international and non-governmental organisations.
PPP promotes sustainable fisheries development Videos

PPP promotes sustainable fisheries development

The Mekong Delta is Vietnam’s seafood production and export hub but the region still faces many challenges, such as disease outbreaks and difficulties in meeting market requirements for food origin.
Vinh Phuc province promotes foreign aid Society

Vinh Phuc province promotes foreign aid

The northern province of Vinh Phuc will create optimal conditions for foreign non-governmental organisations (NGOs), businesses and individuals to support its disadvantaged localities and needy people.
Lao dam collapse: 31 bodies found, 100 still missing World

Lao dam collapse: 31 bodies found, 100 still missing

The rescue forces in Laos had found the bodies of 31 victims in the collapse of the Sepien-Senamnoi hydropower dam as of August 6, Lao Foreign Minister Saleumxay Kommasith revealed at an international press conference held in Vientiane on August 7.