Accessing quality healthcare is a basic human right, and greater investment in midwifery is key to making this right a reality for all women everywhere.
Over 80 copies of paintings from the collection “Sketches of the Resistance Wars” are on display at an exhibition that opened on Tuesday at Đắk Lắk Museum in the central province of Đắk Lắk.
The number of people living in poor districts who have taken up offers to work abroad remains very low.
Hospitals in the Central Highlands province of Đắk Lắk are being improved dramatically to provide better care to locals to reduce the number of patients going to HCM City and other cities for treatment.
More than 70 per cent of the Vietnamese population has fully escaped poverty, with at least 14 million having joint the global middle class, a World Bank report found on Thursday.
A festival of traditional then singing, featuring art troupes from 16 provinces and cities in the country, will be held in the mountainous province of Hà Giang on May 13-14.
The People’s Committee of the southern Province of Trà Vinh has allocated more than VNĐ2.66 trillion (US$117.7 million) to support small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
Though Việt Nam’s economy has grown rapidly over the last decade, social mobility is lagging as the country’s poor still lack access to learn new skills and gain better jobs.
Việt Nam, as a member of the United Nations, needs to observe The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination with some serious introspections and self-criticism.
Collections of old and rare books, sheets of music, artworks and fans will be exhibited on the HCM City Book Pedestrian Street from March 19-25.