VOV.VN -Crewmembers of the US Navy’s hospital ship USNS Mercy visited children with disabilities in Khanh Hoa Social Protection Center on May 22.
Doctor Do Thuy Lan has dedicated her life to helping children with disabilities.
The Embassy of Israel in Vietnam on June 20 said it will offer 100 wheelchairs to children with disabilities in several provinces and cities in Vietnam, using the budget allocated for the 69th anniversary of the country’s Independence Day (May 14, 1948 – May 14, 2017).
VOV.VN - On June 8th, Project Abroad staff and volunteers arrived at the Friendship Village in Hanoi and donated a shower chair funded by a former volunteer to help a disabled girl in the facility.
VOV.VN - Plan International on July 12 signed an agreement with the provincial government of Quang Tri that allows the global organization to run new programs in the province to improve the lives of needy children.
Laws related to children and international treaty membership were scrutinised at the plenary session of the National Assembly (NA)’s ongoing 10th sitting on November 23.
(VOV) -‘Chau, Beyond the Lines’, a documentary on Vietnamese Agent Orange (AO) victims, directed by Courtney Marsh, has been listed as of top 10 documentary short subject contenders for the 88th Academy Award.
(VOV) - Da Nang City hosted a May 30 ceremony releasing a 2013 UNICEF report on children with disabilities.
A total of 123 children needing special medical care have been adopted by foreigners in the last two years through a Ministry of Justice programme.
(VOV) - Vice State President Nguyen Thi Doan has appreciated the contributions made by Professor Tanaka, head of University Dental School in Japan, to improving the lives of cleft palate patients in Vietnam.