Free heart disease screenings were given to poor children under 16 years old in northern Thai Binh province on August 12 as part of a charity project “Trai tim cho em” (Operation Healthy Heart).
VOV.VN - After a thirty-year hiatus, Vietnamese German Francis Van Hoi, 67, returned to his childhood roots in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in 2014 and opened a vocational school named Anre Mai Sen for disadvantaged youth.
“Spring for Children” programme, which aims help poor children enjoy a warmer Lunar New Year (Tet) festival, will be held on January 14, revealed the organising board during a press conference on January 12.
VOV.VN -American pop star and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Katy Perry has visited poorest districts in Ninh Thuan province to see UNICEF work in climate change response, child survival, education and early childhood development; water supply, sanitation and hygiene.
Having left his hometown in Ben Tre Province in the Mekong Delta for Ho CHi Minh City at the age of 14, Nguyen Van Phuc has struggled to stand on his own feet.
The cold snap that is hammering some northern Vietnamese locales has caused serious damage for local residents.
A Vietnamese girl has launched a project which offers accommodation for travelers, in exchange for free English language lessons for poor children.
The Vietnam Children Sponsor Fund and the Bao Viet Life Insurance Corporation signed a cooperation agreement in Hanoi on June 16 to grant 1,200 bicycles to poor children to support them in pursuing education.
The Zhi Shan Foundation from Taiwan (China) has recently provided an aid package worth VND2.6 billion (US$120,000) to the central province of Quang Binh to support poor and disadvantaged children in the province.
(VOV) -A New York-based corporation, Streets international (STREETS) has organized a gala to raise funds for Vietnamese poor children, which is set for December 4 at the five-star Sofitel Hotel in Vietnam.
(VOV) -Vietnamese students in Sydney, Australia, have organised a Mooncake Charity Sale event on the occasion of the 2014 Mid Autumn Festival to raise funds for poor children in the northern uplands.
(VOV) - The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has announced a US$250,000 integrated programme to improve children’s living conditions in the Central Highland province of Kon Tum.
(VOV) - The Embassy of Vietnam and some units in Washington DC have organized a “Vietnam charity and culture night” to raise funds for Vietnamese orphans and poor children.
There is a Vietnamese school on a floating wooden raft of only 70 square metres, in Tonle Sap Lake in Siem Reap province, Cambodia, where Vietnamese poor children are taught.
The Belgian Vietnamese Alliance (BVA) has held a charity party to raise money for the Education Fund for Development (EFD).
Bao Viet Insurance Co, Ltd has co-ordinated with the Vietnam Children’s Fund to present 1,000 gifts worth a total of VND200 million to poor children in 17 provinces on the occasion of the upcoming Lunar New Year festival.
Plan International, a children's organization working with communities in 50 developing countries to alleviate child poverty, will help improve the living conditions of poor children in the Central Highland province of Kon Tum.
The National Fund for Vietnamese Children will present 35,000 gifts worth about VND16.5 billion to poor and orphaned children to enjoy the Lunar New Year (Tet) Festival.
More than VND33 billion was donated from individuals and organisations at an art performance themed spring for poor children in Hanoi on December 26.
Italy's International Centre for Children and Family has donated VND2.2 billion to a project to support poor children in central Thua Thien-Hue province.