Global Campaign

Thursday 1 June 2017

Launching Stolen Childhoods: 2017 End of Childhood Report

Vietnamese children experience better childhoods than most of its neighbours, according to new report, but children from minority groups left behind

 Vietnam is 92nd in a global ranking of the best and worst countries for children to grow up, putting it ahead of neighbouring Cambodia, Laos and the Philippines, a new report from Save the Children reveals.

Thursday 16 June 2016

In Vietnam, Ethnic Minority Children Bear the Brunt of Under-nutrition

The most disadvantaged group in Vietnam, ethnic minority children have been facing a striking gap in nutrition and other development conditions in comparison with Kinh, the majority group. They may further lag behind unless bold actions are taken to address the inequality they are facing.

Tuesday 26 April 2016

Save the Children Calls on to Improve Ethnic Minority Children’s Life in Vietnam

Save the Children today launches a new three-year global campaign - Every Last Child - in an attempt to ensure that 15 million children worldwide have an equal opportunity to survive and benefit from access to healthcare, education and nutrition regardless of who they are or where they live.

Friday 22 January 2016

Save the Children in Vietnam Celebrates the Global Day of Action

Save the Children in Vietnam today celebrated the Global Day of Action as part of the organization's worldwide effort to move forward its strategy "Ambition for Children 2030."

We are working to support the world's most deprived and marginalized children. We help them Survive, Learn, and Be Protected. 

Monday 23 November 2015

Save the Children Celebrates 25th Anniversary in Vietnam

Save the Children celebrated the 25th anniversary of its operations in Vietnam on November 20.

Save the Children started operations in Vietnam in 1990, assisting the most disadvantaged children and their families in the central region. We are now operating in 20 provinces, working in the areas of Child Protection, Child Rights Governance, Education, Health and Nutrition, Youth Development, Humanitarian Response and Climate Change Adaptation.