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Wednesday 17 November 2021

“STRENGTHENING CAPACITY OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS IN CHILD RIGHTS GOVERNANCE” PROJECT DISSEMINATION WORKSHOP

“STRENGTHENING CAPACITY OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS IN CHILD RIGHTS GOVERNANCE” PROJECT DISSEMINATION WORKSHOP 

Wednesday 17 November 2021

INAUGURATION OF NEONATAL UNIT OF PEDIATRICS DEPARTMENT AT NGHIA LO AREA GENERAL HOSPITAL, YEN BAI PROVINCE

On November 4, 2021, the treatment area of Neonatal Unit of Pediatrics Department – Nghia Lo Area General Hospital officially opened. In recent years, the Neonatology Unit of the Department of Pediatrics has successfully treated many premature infants with severe diseases such as sepsis, meningitis, neonatal respiratory failure, inflammation, bowel necrosis, etc.

Wednesday 10 November 2021

OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF “SAFE BACK TO SCHOOL” PROJECT IN QUANG BINH

On November 05, in cooperation with Quang Binh Department of Education and Training (Quang Binh DOET), Save the Children organized the launching workshop of “Safe back to school” project. There were around 30 participants attending the workshop, including representatives from Quang Binh DOET, Quang Binh People’s Committee, Department of Foreign Affairs, Bureau of Education and Training in Bo Trach and Quang Trach district, as well as teachers and school board of 12 project schools.

Thursday 14 October 2021

Promoting multi-stakeholder connection to support ethnic minority youth in Tran Yen district, Yen Bai province to actively participate in local socio-economic development

Yen Bai, 12 October 2021, Save the Children (SC) and Center for Sustainable Development of Mountainous Communities (SUDECOM) co-host a Talk Show called, “Joining hands to connect start-ups and jobs for ethnic minority youth in Tran Yen district, Yen Bai province”. The Talk Show is a key event of the project “Participate: Empowered CSOs and ethnic minority youth for active participation in decision making in Yen Bai, Vietnam” funded by European Union.

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.

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