Three NGOs join forces to conduct war-era mine clearance in Quang Binh

Three non-government organisation (NGOs) will join hands to create safe land and return it to communities in central Quang Binh province. Read more »

Australia, Vietnam join hands to eliminate violence against women, children in Vietnam amid COVID-19

The Government of Vietnam, Government of Australia, UNFPA, UNICEF and UN Women are all working together in the new partnership "Supporting Interventions to Eliminate Violence against Women and Children in Vietnam under COVID-19 Emergency Context". Read more »

Vietnam – Korea University of Information and Communication Technology to be established

The Vietnam – Korea University of Information and Communication Technology has been invested of more than 1,000 billion VND (about 42.9 million USD) from the Vietnamese Government and 16.2 million USD from the ROK Government's non-refundable ODA.     Read more »

RoK’s NGO supports Mai Chau to implement waste treatment project

Through activities of “Green Light Project”, the Korean non-governmental organization Good Neighbors International (GNI) in Vietnam hopes there will be advantages and positive changes in environment protection work in the district, thus contributing to local socio-economic development  in Mai Chau District, Hoa Binh province. Read more »

Business Association of Thai-Vietnam supports community to overcome the COVID – 19’s consequences

The Business Association of Thai-Vietnam (BAOTV), as part of its COVID -19 epidemic recovery support chain, in collaboration with Thailand's Udonthani Royal University  to organize an encouraging and gift-giving meeting to Vietnamese students studying in Thailand.  Read more »

Project RENEW equips five schools in Quang Tri for protection and prevention

Project RENEW in partnership with Dong Ha Youth Union handed over five portable washbasins, soaps, and hand sanitizers coupled with explosive ordnance risk education (EORE) and COVID-19 related messages for five schools in Dong Ha City, Quang Tri province. Read more »

EVFTA creating good opportunity for Indian investors

The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) creates a good opportunity for Indian investors to succeed in Vietnam, said Vietnamese Ambassador to India Nguyen Sanh Chau on the online conference June 12th. Read more »

US Veterans For Peace works for Hearts For Hue to Agent Orange families

Under the sponsorship of the US Veterans For Peace, Hearts For Hue has delivered 10 goats for 10 Agent Orange families in A Ngo Commune, A Luoi District (Thien Thien Hue province). Read more »

India supports Quang Ninh province to improve infrastructure for seniors

Ambassador of the Republic of India to Vietnam Pranay Verma inaugurated a new block for the old-age home at Quang Ninh Social Protection Centre at Nam Khe commune, constructed with Government of India’s grant assistance of USD 50,000 under the Quick Impact Project programme. Read more »

Korean NGO support COVID-19 response in province bordering China

The Korean non-governmental organization Good Neighbors International (GNI) in Vietnam on June 11 cooperated with Ha Giang Department of Foreign Affairs to gift face masks, thermometer, hand sanitizer for two communes Tan Bac and Yen Thanh of Quang Binh District in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang bordering China. Read more »

COVID-19: 800 female house cleaners received USD 70,000 financial support

In addition to this immediate relief, Mastercard and CARE International in Vietnam are working together with various partners to support women in micro, small and medium businesses across the country. At the same time, CARE works with JupViec.vn in another project to improve the working conditions for house cleaners. Read more »

Da Nang, Australia’s coastal city sign MoU to step up bilateral cooperation

The central city of Da Nang and Gold Coast city in the Australian state of Queensland have just signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to beef up their friendship and cooperation during an online ceremony on June 11. Read more »