Global Campaign

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.

Friday 14 June 2019

Press Release: Save the Children promotes reading habits among children

Hanoi, 14 June – Today, Save the Children hosted a ‘National Reading Day’ in Hanoi to promote reading habits, enhance access and availability of reading materials for children, and advocate for supporting children in developing their foundational literacy and math skills. Children, including ethnic minority children from the provinces of Yen Bai and Quang Nam, parents, teachers, policy makers, and relevant stakeholders attended the event.

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.

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