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Adolescent girls need more attention

Adolescent girls need more attention

Investing in education and health care for adolescent girls is necessary, contributing to bringing into full play Vietnam’s golden population structure in economic development, a Vietnamese official has suggested.

MoH to maintain reasonably low birth rate

MoH to maintain reasonably low birth rate

The Ministry of Health (MoH) will continue maintaining a reasonably low birth rate nationwide, as well as taking measures to reduce the birth rate in rural and remote areas this year, according to the Minister Nguyen Thi Kim Tien.

Vietnam records stable population in 2015

Vietnam records stable population in 2015

Vietnam’s population has remained stable and yet to surpass 92 million people, heard a conference held on January 14 reviewing last year’s outcomes related to population and family planning.

Too few brides in Vietnam

Too few brides in Vietnam

Vietnam will have 4 million more men seeking marriage than women by 2050, the General Office for Population Family Planning told a recent Workshop on Gender Imbalance at Birth in Danang.

Draft law tightens abortion regulations

Draft law tightens abortion regulations

Teenagers will likely need to get permission from their parents or guardian when they wish to have an abortion, according to a new regulation.

Birth rate in Hanoi drops, but still unstable

Birth rate in Hanoi drops, but still unstable

The birth rate in Hanoi city in the first quarter dropped as compared to the same period last year, but gender inequality remains high with 114.7 boys per 100 girls.

Farmers’ Association honours Arthur Erken

Farmers’ Association honours Arthur Erken

(VOV) -Arthur Erken, a representative of the United Nations Population Fund in Vietnam (UNFPA), was honoured on May 26 by the Vietnam Farmers’ Association (VFA) at a ceremony in Hanoi.

Better care for senior citizens

Better care for senior citizens

HCM City's Population and Family Planning Division will focus on programmes for elderly people's welfare in the year to come.

A big challenge to elderly care services

A big challenge to elderly care services

(VOV) - Rapid population aging is posing a big challenge to Vietnam’s social security system, especially when Vietnamese people’s incomes remain low and medical services have yet to meet the elderly’s needs.

Measures to reduce gender imbalance

Measures to reduce gender imbalance

A project has recently been proposed for the 2013-2020 period with various policies, including supporting families with only daughters, as part of efforts to reduce gender imbalance in Vietnam.

Vietnam supports family planning measures

Vietnam supports family planning measures

More than 200 million women in the world's poorest countries including Vietnam, especially the young or socially disadvantaged, do not have access to family planning services and information, heard a conference in Hanoi on November 16.