VOV.VN - June 28 is observed as Vietnam Family Day. The Vietnamese culture has always valued the family as the setting in which to nurture and develop the personality of each individual and as the foundation for social development.
Legislators continued online discussions of a report from the National Assembly (NA)’s supervision delegation regarding the enforcement of policies and laws on child abuse prevention and control on May 27.
Vietnam has put forward various measures to bolster the efficiency of child abuse prevention in the time to come, according to a Government report submitted to the National Assembly (NA).
Plan International Vietnam has officially launched a six-month project worth VND16 billion (US$682,000) themed "Protecting ethnic minority children from the COVID-19 epidemic".
VOV.VN - The National Fund for Vietnamese Children has successfully raised a grand total of VND113.9 billion through a music gala which ran with the theme of “Mua Xuan Cho Em”, known as “Spring for children” in English, in Hanoi on January 5 with Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh in attendance.
The Ministry of Public Security, the EU and the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) co-organised a training workshop in Hoa Binh province on October 24, aiming to raise public awareness of the prevention of child sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking.
The northern mountainous province of Yen Bai on September 27 held a workshop to review the implementation of the project “Ending Violence against Children” (EVAC) which was launched in the province in 2016 for the period until 2020.
The #tienhocle programme that uses the short video app TikTok to popularise child protection skills was launched in Hanoi on September 20 as part of a deal sealed the same day.
Redefining children as those under the age of 18 is key to helping younger people access child protection services before they are legally classed as an adult.
Chairwoman of the National Assembly Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan hosted a reception for Chief Representative of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in Vietnam Rana Flowers in Hanoi on June 25.
Ministries, sectors, localities, economic corporations and State-run companies have been requested by the Government to work hard to realise social development tasks of in 2019.
VOV.VN - Vietnam, with 64 million Internet users (67% of its population), is among Asian countries having the biggest number of Internet users.
Children face many risks on the internet, the Workshop on Building a Child Protection Network on the Internet held recently in Hanoi by The ChildFund Vietnam Office (ChildFund), the Institute for Sustainable Management Studies (MSD), and the Vietnet Information and Communications Technology Center (Vietnet) heard.
VOV.VN - 2 million Vietnamese poor people have been helped over the past month to enjoy the Lunar New Year festival as other people do. This humanitarian activity originates from Vietnam’s tradition of “The haves help the have-nots.”
VOV.VN - The National Fund for Vietnamese Children (NFVC) met businesspeople in Hanoi on December 7 to pool more resources for unprivileged children in the country.
VOV.VN - The 111 national hotline, a free service for child protection, was launched in Hanoi on December 6 by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids, and Social Affairs.
The new emergency telephone number for child protection, 111, is expected to become operational in December.
As many as 150 children aged between 9 and 16 from 24 districts in Ho Chi Minh City gathered at a forum themed “Lang nghe tieng noi tre em” (Listen to Children) on August 4.
VOV.VN - The Law on Children took effect on June 1, making it illegal for parents to post their child’s photo online.
A seminar took place in Hanoi on June 13 seeking to prevent children from being pushed into work by natural disasters and climate change.