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Tuesday 27 October 2020

KOICA Forum to advocate the successful model – ELM and LB application

On October 24, Yen Bai Department of Education and Training with close support from Save the Children organized an advocacy forum as a part of the project “Enhancing school readiness and learning outcomes of ethnic minority children in Vietnam”, financially supported by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA). The purpose of the forum is to share experience and lessons learnt from the project, promote the best applications of the project’s approaches, and advocate for replicating these approaches in non-project schools in Yen Bai.

Thursday 22 October 2020

GG5 Project Closing Workshop

After two and a half years of implementation, the project “Skill to Succeed” organized the closing workshop highlighting key achievements and sharing key models that can be adapted into vocational training system in Vietnam. Implemented in three southern provinces: Can Tho, Dong Nai and Da Nang, the project is working to equip 10,000 migrant youth at vocational schools and those who are working at industrial zones and factories with essential employability skills.

Saturday 10 October 2020

"LGBT+ Inspiration" Contest Finale in Can Tho

You are the happiest when you stay true to yourself and your gender identity”. That is the main message of the “LGBT+ Inspiration” Contest Finale held in Can Tho yesterday.

Thursday 8 October 2020

Virtual dissemination on rapid assessments on COVID-19 impacts on children in Vietnam

Child Rights Working Group chaired by Save the Children is honored to be invited by UNICEF to join today’s virtual launch to announce key findings of the two reports - “Rapid Assessment on impacts of COVID-19 on children” (by CRWG) and “Rapid Assessment on the social and economic impacts of COVID-19 on children and families in Vietnam” (by UNICEF).

Friday 2 October 2020

Global Girlhood Report 2020

On October 1st, Save the Children launches 'Global Girlhood Report’, the report looks at exclusion through the lens of gender and suggests solutions for a more equal world. Given that COVID has swept away what could have been a pivotal year for girls, the development community needs to work together to ensure that it is one of the priorities of national Governments.

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