About 5.6 percent of Vietnamese children are at risk of trafficking, and only 2.8 percent of them confirmed they were victims of human trafficking, according to the latest research announced on August 13 by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs’ Institute of Labour and Social Affairs (ILSA) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in Vietnam.
A new challenge was launched on October 18 by UNICEF Vietnam and Saigon Innovation Hub to call on young innovators in Ho Chi Minh City and neighbouring provinces to design solutions improving skills and training for young people.
More than 270 children aged 8 to 14 are taking part in a summer programme to design a “smarter and more child-friendly” city.
Mental health and psychosocial problems are widespread and increasing in Vietnam, particularly among children and young people.
The Government of Vietnam always accords top priority to the protection and care of children with disabilities, and looks to create the best conditions in education for them to integrate well into society, a senior official said December 13.
(VOV) - UNICEF Vietnam will hold a “UNICEF ZEROawards” ceremony in HCM City on December 5 to honour benefactors who have actively supported Vietnamese children.