As many as 55 IT undergraduate students presented their career development orientations at a programme held by France-based non-governmental organisation Passerelles Numériques Vietnam (PN Vietnam) in the central city of Danang on July 30.
A health partnership meeting on the harmonisation of development partners and international non-governmental organisations (INGO) support for 2016-2020 opened in Hanoi on June 28.
The Republic of Korea’s non-governmental organisation Global Civic Sharing (GCS) and authorities of northern Cao Bang province signed a project in Hanoi on May 30 to improve the income of poor and near-poor farmers in five communes of Phuc Hoa and Thach An districts.
Leaders of the Steering Committee for the Northwestern Region and regional localities have expressed their hope that the heads of Vietnamese diplomatic missions abroad will help promote the potential and advantages of the region in trade, investment and tourism to the world.
The Central Coast Vietnam Destination Marketing Organization has created www.centralcoastvietnam.com, a user- and mobile-friendly website, to raise awareness and promote tourism of Da Nang, Quang Nam and Thua Thien-Hue, which are major tourist destinations in the central region.
The Vietnamese leader of a campaign to stop demand for rhino horn says the recent South African court ruling to lift the ban on the domestic sale of rhino horn in the country would make Vietnamese consumers more convinced of the medical effects of the horn.
As the Christmas party goes on, sight-impaired youngsters surround Joe Edwards, holding his hands. Unable to see their ‘Santa Claus', they still look into his eyes, showing their admiration.
KSSA, a non-government organisation (NGO) from the Republic of Korea (RoK), has given a financial support of VND30.3 billion (US$1.35 million) to the socio-economic development in southern Vinh Long province over the past two decades.
The southern province of Ben Tre has received US$171,000 in non-project aid from foreign non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in 2015.
The Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO) will hold a number of activities to mark its 65th anniversary, according to Don Tuan Phong, VUFO Vice Chairman and General Secretary, while speaking in a news conference in Hanoi on October 29.
The central city of Danang will shake hands with non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to implement three projects in the city between 2016 and 2018 as committed in agreements signed during a workshop in Hanoi on October 27.
The northern province of Vinh Phuc has attracted 23 humanitarian programmes and projects worth more than US$2 million from foreign non-governmental organisations (NGOs) so far this year.
Being free to reside, travel and enjoy city life in safety is a legitimate right of all people, especially women who have reason to worry about the possibility of sexual harassment or abuse, a policy and campaign manager at ActionAid Vietnam has said.
The Football for All in Vietnam (FFAV) has won the AFC Dream Asia award in the non-governmental organisation category as the best NGO working in the football field in Asia.
Foreign assistance has substantially contributed to the socio-economic development of northern Bac Giang province, Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Duong Van Thai said at a workshop on August 18.
Projects run by non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the northern province of Thai Nguyen are making active contributions to local socio-economic development, especially poverty reduction efforts.
(VOV) - The Responsible Business Forum on Food and Agriculture, under the theme ‘ASEAN Beyond 2015: Collaboration for Equitable Growth’ will be held in Hanoi from June 23 – 25.
Orbis Flying Eye Hospital (FEH), a fully equipped ophthalmic hospital and teaching facility plane, landed in Hue city, central Thua Thien-Hue province on May 5.
(VOV) - Australian Ambassador Hugh Borrowman on February 27 announced an aid package worth AUD230.000 for 13 community development projects in northern Vietnam.
(VOV) - Samaritan’s Purse International Relief (SPIR) on December 6 presented 3,000 gifts worth VND500,000 each to poor children and pupils in Ham Thuan district, Binh Thuan province.