(VOV) - Over 800 delegates assembled on September 12 at a national scientific conference on HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases in Can Tho City.
Health delegates from ASEAN region, China, Japan and the Republic of Korea (RoK) will meet in Hanoi from September 15-19 to discuss pressing regional health matters at the 12th ASEAN Health Minister Meeting.
(VOV) -VietPro, a social organization for Vietnamese professionals living in the UK, recently organised a charity run at Southwark Park in London to raise funds for HIV positive children.
(VOV) - UNICEF will continue to assist Vietnam in perfecting policies and implementing concrete programmes to protect and take care of the nation’s children.
Regular inspections should be carried out across the country on the implementation of legal documents concerning reproductive health care for young people, who account for nearly 40% of the total population.
Decreasing foreign aid and the government plan to deprioritise investment for HIV/AIDS control is seen as growing concerns in the fight against the deadly disease, a government official said.
(VOV) - A community-based HIV prevention project funded by the US President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through US Agency for International Development (USAID) was launched in HCM City on August 5.
A pilot model to raise awareness of the fight against HIV/AIDS and discrimination in ethnic minority-inhabited areas was launched in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang on July 31.
(VOV) - HIV/AIDS prevention work in Vietnam has been hailed as the epitome of enormous achievements other nations should strive to emulate at the 20th international AIDS conference (IAC) ongoing in Melbourne, Australia from July 20-25.
(VOV) - Former US President Bill Clinton, in casual wear, visited a support and care centre for children with HIV in Hanoi’s outlying district of Ba Vi on July 18.
(VOV) -President Truong Tan Sang and Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on July 18 hosted separate receptions for former US President Bill Clinton on his re-visit to Vietnam.
(VOV) - Former US President Bill Clinton is due to return to Vietnam on July 18 as part of his Asia-Pacific trip to inspect Clinton Foundation operations in five regional countries.
A Vietnamese delegation led by Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen The Phuong attended an annual ministerial meeting of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in New York , the US , from July 7 – 11.
Measures to ensure financial resources for preventing and fighting HIV/AIDS were discussed at a workshop held in Hanoi on July 10.
Religious followers who account for 60% of the population of the Central Highland province of Lam Dong have got involved in practical deeds in the past years to help the poor and underprivileged.