The HCM Communist Youth Union’s Vừ A Dính Scholarship Fund said it has attracted donations of nearly VNĐ29 billions (US$1.3 million) from 37 local and foreign organisations and individuals this year.
Human traffickers are getting more sophisticated – using high tech methods such as mobile phones and social media accounts to target young girls in remote mountainous areas leaving enforcements agencies with a mountain to climb to keep the girls safe.
A multisensory exhibition on Shan tea, the wild tea trees of hundreds years old grown by ethnic minorities in northern mountainous province of Hà Giang, will open to public from 6pm on June 1 at L’Espace.
The Mekong Delta province of Trà Vinh targets 4,000 enterprises by 2020, with more than 30 per cent and 15 percent of them owned by woman and ethnic minorities, respectively.
The 14th National Assembly (NA) opened its fifth session yesterday in Hà Nội.
A scientific seminar discussing ways to preserve folk music of ethnic minorities in the northern mountainous region took place in the province of Điện Biên on Thursday.
The Government Committee for Religious Affairs held a conference in Hà Nội yesterday to introduce the Law on Belief and Religion, and a decree stipulating a number of articles of the law and enforcement measures to ambassadors and representatives of diplomatic agencies in Hà Nội as well as domestic ministries and agencies.
Rituals and cultural practices of ethnic groups in the Central Highlands provinces will be depicted during activities held at the Việt Nam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism, Sơn Tây Town, Hà Nội.
The Public Administrative Reform (PAR) Index released yesterday showed Quảng Ninh the top province in terms of administrative reform, sharing the leading position with the State Bank of Việt Nam. Meanwhile, the health ministry and planning ministry dropped rankings.
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.