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Outgoing UNFPA official honoured for help to Vietnam

Outgoing UNFPA official honoured for help to Vietnam

The Ministry of Internal Affairs has awarded Ritsu Nacken, Deputy Representative in Vietnam of the United Nations Population Funds (UNFPA), a medal for her dedicated services in her three-year term in the country.

Pre-marital health tests not a hit in Vietnam

Pre-marital health tests not a hit in Vietnam

Many young Vietnamese couples seem to deliberately avoid pre-marital health screenings for fear that these will find health problems and ruin their budding marriages, a survey found.

Government leaders meet in Thai Binh with NGOs

Government leaders meet in Thai Binh with NGOs

VOV.VN - The Thai Binh Provincial People’s Committee and the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations held a meeting on December 5 with representatives from more than 30 non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

Vietnam promotes youth development policy

Vietnam promotes youth development policy

VOV.VN-Investing in young people and safeguarding their rights is essential to their development and their families, communities and countries, emphasized the Representatives of MOHA and UNFPA.

MDG achievements highlighted at UN session

MDG achievements highlighted at UN session

(VOV) -Over the past decade, Vietnam has recorded remarkable progress in giving effect to the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) action programme, resulting in better healthcare services for the country’s citizens.

Maternal and child mortality rate still high

Although maternal health has improved substantially, Vietnam’s maternal mortality rate (MMR) remained unchanged between 2006 and 2009, according to a report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) at a recent conference in Hanoi.

Preference for sons leads to widening of birth ratio

Preference for sons leads to widening of birth ratio

The country's male-to-female sex ratio continued to widen in the first months of this year, reflecting a higher rate of abortions and a preference for sons, said Deputy Minister of Health Nguyen Viet Tien.