‘Forest school’ helps spread love for nature Society

‘Forest school’ helps spread love for nature

While unprecedented environmental challenges threatening the health and lives of millions of people around the world are ringing alarm bells for human behaviour towards the nature, Vietnam is home to a primeval forest described as a “big school” that has helped spread the love for nature for the past nearly six decades.
Two rare Owston's palm civets rescued in Ninh Binh Environment

Two rare Owston's palm civets rescued in Ninh Binh

The Cuc Phuong National Park in the northern province of Ninh Binh has coordinated with the Save Vietnam's Wildlife (SVW) organisation and the police in Ngoc Lac district in neighbouring Thanh Hoa province in rescuing two rare Owston's palm civets (Chrotogale owstoni).
Thai government pumps money to save Thai Airways from bankruptcy World

Thai government pumps money to save Thai Airways from bankruptcy

Thai Airways International Pcl will receive key financial support from the government for its 80 billion (2.2 billion USD) capital-raising and debt-to-equity swap plan which is aimed at helping the carrier come out of bankruptcy, according to Bloomberg News.
Vietnam Airlines flight returns to save ill passenger Society

Vietnam Airlines flight returns to save ill passenger

Vietnam Airlines’ Flight VN384 on its way from Hanoi to Haneda (Japan) on August 8 had to return to the departing airport after more than 1 hour and 45 minutes to provide urgent care for a Japanese boy who had a health problem.
Communications on child labour prevention, reduction intensified Society

Communications on child labour prevention, reduction intensified

The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA), in collaboration with Save the Children International (SCI) and Ho Chi Minh City’s Association of Protection of Child Right, organised a conference on intensifying the dissemination work on child protection and child labour prevention on June 7.
Drastic actions needed to save oceans: Deputy PM Environment

Drastic actions needed to save oceans: Deputy PM

All countries need to make stronger commitments and take more drastic measures for the sustainable development of the ocean economy, Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh addressed the International Conference on Sustainable Ocean Economy and Climate Change Adaptation.
Vietnamese “blue beret” doctors save UN peacekeepers’ lives Politics

Vietnamese “blue beret” doctors save UN peacekeepers’ lives

Vietnamese “blue beret” doctors of the Level-two Field Hospital (L2FH) Rotation 3 at the UN peacekeeping mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) have successfully performed four operations for UN peacekeepers in South Sudan so far this year, affirming the positive contributions of Vietnam to UN peacekeeping operations and the host country as well.