A workshop on active contraception took place in Hanoi on September 23 in response to World Contraception Day 2019.
A forum on reproductive and sexual health and rights of young people was held in Ha Long city, the northern province of Quang Ninh on November 27.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc recently approved a project on enhancing equality in sexual and reproductive health, family planning and medical response in 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.
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.
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).
Health experts gathered at a workshop in Hanoi on November 17 to discuss a draft project designed to improve the population situation, reproductive health and family planning services for adolescents and youths.
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.
National priorities on sexual, reproductive health and family planning beyond 2015 were announced at a workshop held by the Ministry of Health and the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) in Hanoi on December 18.
(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.
Regular inspections should be carried out across the country on the implementation of legal documents concerning reproductive health care for young people, who account for nearly 40% of the total population.
(VOV) -A July 8 meeting in HCM City marking World Population Day announced that on a per capita basis, Vietnam has one of the five highest abortion rates in the world.
(VOV) - A delegation of Vietnamese doctors are attending the 5th Congress of the Asia-Pacific Initiative on Reproduction (ASPIRE 2014) which opened in Brisbane, Australia on April 4.
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.
Offices of the United Nations (UN) are always willing to assist Vietnam to build a positive policy environment, promoting the approach of crucial services on sexual and reproductive health in all cities and provinces nationwide.
The Italian Red Cross will provide 50,000 EUR for a one-year project on capacity building and healthcare for mothers in Duc Hoa district, the southern province of Long An.
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.