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Wednesday 27 January 2021

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF EDUCATION

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF EDUCATION

International Day of Education, celebrated on January 24, is a day proclaimed by the United Nation General Assembly to honor education and its centrality to human well-being and sustainable development.

Monday 18 January 2021

LAUNCHING WORKSHOP OF "STRENGTHENING CAPACITY ON CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND RESILIENCE IN CA MAU PROVINCE" PROJECT

On 07 January, in collaboration with the Ca Mau Women’s Union, Save the Children organized a launching workshop for the project "Strengthening capacity on climate change mitigation and disaster risk reduction and resilience in Ca Mau province." The project duration is from October 2020 to September 2022 and it will benefit over 11,000 people, including more than 3,000 children, in four communes in Tran Van Thoi and Thoi Binh districts, and eight primary schools.

Tuesday 5 January 2021

PROJECT “BUILDING BRAINS FOR BRIGHTER FUTURES” CLOSING WORKSHOP

On 23 December, the “Building Brains for Brighter Futures” project organized its Annual Workshop in Van Chan district, Yen Bai province. The participants included 62 delegates from the People’s Committee, Health Centers at district, commune levels, the Bureau of Education & Training and schools, and 27 caregivers from the five project communes.

Monday 21 December 2020

The campaign “Spreading Love - Education with Love”

In order to raise awareness on the elimination of physical and humiliating punishments against children, Save the Children, together with Management and Sustainable Development Institute (MSD) collaborate with Child Rights Governance Network and Department of Children Affairs, and many other government partners to organize the campaign “Spreading Love - Education with Love”.
Friday 11 December 2020

Safe water, property damage, and education interventions for vulnerable communities affected by severe floods in Central Vietnam

Since the beginning of October, the provinces in the central Vietnam have experienced several tropical storms followed by heavy rains that caused severe widespread flooding and landslides. The most seriously affected provinces are Quang Binh, Quang Tri, Thua Thien Hue and Quang Nam. This series of disasters have damaged houses, schools, and crops.

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