Việt Nam has achieved remarkable economic growth thanks in part to the significant contribution of the agriculture sector over the past 30 years. Despite the drastic changes, however, rural women still face numerous difficulties and challenges.
An introductory session for elected officials on Integrated Early Childhood Development (IECD) was held yesterday by the National Assembly’s Committee for Culture, Education, Youth and Children, in partnership with the Ministry of Labour Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) and UNICEF.
Hundreds of electronics manufacturers in Việt Nam are having difficulty recruiting labourers, said an official from the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA).
Mental health and psychosocial problems are widespread and increasing in Việt Nam, particularly among children and young people.
The number of workers in the electronics industry is on the rise, and e-businesses will be a critical source of employment in the future. However, up to 80 per cent of such firms say they find it difficult to recruit technicians.
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) has targetted to take 110,000 labourers abroad this year.
A survey on violence against women in Việt Nam will be conducted by the General Statistics Office (GSO).
The retirement age in Việt Nam, currently 60 for men and 55 for women, may be gradually raised to 62 and 60, respectively, beginning in January 2021, the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) proposed.
A project to prevent violence against women and to provide consultations for victims of gender-based violence was launched on Tuesday in Hà Nội.