UNESCO and UNICEF, with support from the Australian Embassy in Vietnam, have launched a campaign called “Winning Indoors” for Vietnamese children and their families to find fun ways to stay happy and healthy while at home.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s achievements in child care and protection in the 30 years since it signed the Convention on the Rights of the Child have been praised internationally. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnamese children have received special attention and care.
Result of the survey “The Voices of Vietnamese Children” was released by the Management and Sustainable Development Institute (MSD) and the Save the Children International (SCI) in Hanoi on June 2.
A photo featuring Vietnamese children has been crowned the overall winner of the World’s Best Photo of Fun contest, #Fun2020, launched by the photo app Agora.
Doctor McKay McKinnon, a US expert in reconstructive, orthopaedic and maxilla-facial surgery, has returned to Vietnam to offer free surgery for Vietnamese children suffering from serious diseases such as neuroblastoma, brain hemangioma, vascular and eye malformations.
One in every three Vietnamese children under the age of five is either malnourished or overweight as a result of poor diets and a food system that is failing them, heard a ceremony in Hanoi on October 16 to release the UNICEF’s State of the World’s Children 2019 report.
A new school year opening ceremony of a Vietnamese language class for Vietnamese children in Kiev city, Ukraine, has been held.
Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong has sent a letter to all children in Vietnam and Vietnamese children overseas, sharing the joy with them on the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival.
Experts from the Children Action Foundation and doctors of Hanoi-based Xanh Pon Hospital are providing check-ups and surgeries for children with congenital musculoskeletal disorders and burn scars.
Businesses pledged to sponsor nearly 80 billion VND (3.43 million USD) for the National Fund for Vietnamese Children (NFVC) under agreements signed at a programme in Ho Chi Minh City on December 8 with the attendance of Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh.
The number of children suffering from refraction is increasing in Vietnam, particularly in big cities where nearly 40% of children aged between 6-15 years old have contracted eye refractive defects.
A delegation of four Vietnamese children and its head arrived in Moscow, Russia, on June 26 to attend the “Football for Hope” festival – the official event of the FIFA World Cup 2018 to honour the power of football in making positive changes in society.
VOV.VN - Xuan Lan, founder and head of the Vietnam Junior Fashion Week organising board, held a press conference on March 22 to announce the launch of the programme.
VOV.VN - “Children of Peace International” (COPI) is a charitable organization, founded in 1996 and operating in both Vietnam and the US.
VOV.VN - A cultural library for Vietnamese children was inaugurated in 21 Trang Thi, Hanoi on November 16.
The number of diabetes cases in Vietnam has increased over the past decade, with the disease growing especially quickly among young people, doctors are warning.
Vietnam’s disadvantaged children will be provided with soft skills like communication, leadership, support, and settlement of negative pressure and contradiction through the “Pass It Back” programme, which uses rugby to build resilience among young people.
An event featuring performances of Vietnamese children was recently held at the Embassy of Vietnam in Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese children aged 9-14 living in Ukraine have enjoyed a wonderful summer camp at Kovalevskaya resort with a wide range of activities.
A symposium titled “Evidence-based Nutrition Solutions for Healthy Growth and Dietary Diversity in Children with Growth Issues” has been recently held in Hanoi to share the latest scientific information with Vietnamese healthcare professionals.