The city’s Department of Foreign Affairs said the agreement, signed last weekend, would help screen new-born babies and intervene on children with disabilities, and those that need intervention surgery.
It said the project, which was implemented at three districts – Cam Le, Lien Chieu and Hoa Vang - in 2012-16, had provided rehabilitation, special education, medical examination and surgery to 349 children.
More than 500 medical staff, specialists and rehabilitation lecturers have joined project training sessions run by the Sustainable Health Development Centre (VietHealth).
Since 2008, Irish Aid and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) have sponsored the Support Network for People with Disabilities in Da Nang city by providing rehabilitation services and scholarships for poor children with disabilities.
Last year, the city and the Irish Embassy in Vietnam also signed a Memorandum of Understanding on high quality, human-resource education and management skills for city personnel and start-up programmes for students in the city.
The agreement also aims to boost the relationship between Ireland and the city - and exchanges among locals and cities in Ireland.