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Monday 23 November 2015

Save the Children Celebrates 25th Anniversary in Vietnam

Save the Children celebrated the 25th anniversary of its operations in Vietnam on November 20.

Save the Children started operations in Vietnam in 1990, assisting the most disadvantaged children and their families in the central region. We are now operating in 20 provinces, working in the areas of Child Protection, Child Rights Governance, Education, Health and Nutrition, Youth Development, Humanitarian Response and Climate Change Adaptation.

Monday 29 June 2015

Empowering LGBT Youths in Vietnam

An interview with Nga L.H. Nguyen from Child Rights Governance’s LGBT (standing for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or sexually non-conforming) Street Youth Project.

Friday 15 May 2015

Create equal opportunities for all children to thrive in education

In collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Training, Save the Children organized a workshop in Lao Cai Province for 150 teachers and educational officials working in the ethnic minority regions. The objective was to address their challenges and share their views on how to teach ethnic minority children who have a different mother tongue.

Thursday 23 April 2015

Improve maternal and child care through doctor and nurse trainings

The children born into ethnic minority groups are three times likely to die than those of Kinh majority group. There are many factors that cause the higher mortality rate among children under five in ethnic minority groups. Among them is the lack of trained doctors and health workers for mothers and children in remote mountainous villages.

Tuesday 21 April 2015

Children as Agents of Change

“I like the club because we learn about how to adapt to climate change and have swimming lessons so we can stay safe if there is a flood. This is my second year in the club.” explains Nguyen Ai Hanh Dung, class 5/2 of Gia Thuan primary school in Tien Giang.

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