Health & Nutrition

Wednesday 24 June 2020

Traffic safety for children - Responsibility of parents

Aiming to raise the awareness of parents on road safety in My Tho City, Save the Children organized series of communication sessions entitled "Traffic safety for children - Responsibility of parents" for parents from May 29 to June 20, 2020 in 14 primary schools in My Tho city. The event series was a joint collaboration success between Save the Children and Tien Giang Provincial Traffic Safety Committee, Tien Giang Department of Education and Training, People's Police Academy - Ministry of Public Security - and leaders from 14 primary schools.

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.

Monday 6 August 2018

The story of a H'Mong health worker in mountainous area

Confidently, I guided the whole family of pregnant mothers to go through the process to deliver the baby successfully. That’s what I already practiced many times in the on-the-job training.

Wednesday 25 July 2018

We desire to save more pre-term birthed child

No one believed that the boy could recover. Miraculously, the boy overcame a difficult situation and recovered. When admitted, his weight was only 1,500 grams. When discharged, his weight was 2,300 grams.

Monday 21 March 2016

Protecting Children Oral Health in Vietnam

Save the Children in collaboration with the Department of Education of Hai Phong northern city organized a communications event to celebrate the World Oral Health Day on March 20.

Save the Children’s program “Improving School Health and Nutrition including Oral Health in Vietnam,” supported by Wrigley Company Foundation, has been implemented in 60 schools in the three cities of Hanoi, Hai Phong and Ho Chi Minh. The program runs from 2011 to 2016.