Global Campaign

Tuesday 5 October 2021

EVERY LAST CHILD – BETTER FUTURE FOR ETHNIC MINORITY CHILDREN IN VIETNAM

In Vietnam, ethnic minority children have been facing a consistently large gap in nutrition and education in comparison with the Kinh majority. Since 2016, Save the Children has contributed to raise public awareness and ensure that Every Last Child has access to quality health care, education and nutrition.
See more about our achievements in some Education and Health and Nutrition projects in VietNam since 2016 in these photos below.

Thursday 11 June 2020

Hãy tham gia khảo sát cùng chúng tôi! Your voices matter!

(English below)
Hãy tham gia khảo sát cùng với chúng tôi!

Tổ chức Cứu trợ Trẻ em đang tiến hành một nghiên cứu toàn cầu về những ảnh hưởng của COVID-19 tới cuộc sống của nhiều trẻ em và gia đình. Chúng tôi muốn nghe ý kiến từ các bậc phụ huynh, người chăm sóc trẻ và trẻ em trên khắp thế giới để có thể bảo vệ một thế hệ trẻ em khỏi những tác động tiêu cực của đại dịch này.

Thursday 9 January 2020

Save the Children participates in Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Early Childhood Development

From 4-6 December 2019, Hanoi hosted Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Early Childhood Development. This year conference was participated by over 600 representatives from 34 countries and 44 international organizations, including Save the Children.

Tuesday 30 July 2019

Save the Children launches Global Childhood Report in Vietnam

More Vietnamese children are better off today than 20 years ago, according to the third annual Global Childhood Report 2019, which launches today in Hanoi by Save the Children in collaboration with the Department of Child Affairs under the Ministry of Labor, Invalid and Social Affairs.

Wednesday 24 July 2019

Save the Children hosts forums for children’s voices

Save the Children in collaboration with relevant authorities of Ho Chi Minh City hosted a series of child forums at district and city levels to create a platform for children to raise their voices and concerns as well as enhance child participation in the decision making process of policies affecting them.

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