Vietnamese National Hospital of Odonto-Stomatology in Hà Nội and Operation Smile Việt Nam started the month with charity surgery for children born with cleft lip and cleft palate on Monday.
Over the last 10 years, Việt Nam has been able to stabilise its population growth, and authorities have shifted their focus to population quality.
General Motors Việt Nam’s Chevrolet brand is joining hands with Operation Smile Việt Nam to provide medical checkups and reconstructive surgery to some 50 children in Việt Nam.
The HCM City Sponsoring Association for Poor Patients (SAPP) has raised over VNĐ1 trillion (US$46.46 million) from various community sources to help the poor over the past 25 years.
Tà Yên Rẫy, a 16 year-old living in mountainous Ma Nới Commune, central province of Ninh Thuật, was often called “monster-faced boy” because of his cleft lip.
ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Việt Nam Limited (ExxonMobil) in co-operation with VinaCapital Foundation signed a Memorandum of Understanding for medical capacity improvements in eight districts of the central province in 2017.
Health experts called for increasing community awareness on oral health and prevention of dental diseases at a meeting organised by the National Hospital of Odonto and Stomalogy (NHOS) today.
Việt Nam-Cuba Hospital in collaboration with Operation Smile Việt Nam launched the eponymous orthopaedic surgery programme yesterday to help children with congential hare-lip in the northern region.
Vietnamese artists and organisations donated artworks and precious objects to Việt Nam Operation Smile for an auction to be held on June 18 at The Reverie Hotel.
American health experts were visiting Việt Nam as volunteers for Project Việt Nam Foundation’s annual Kết Nối Yêu Thương (Connecting to Love) programme, which serves autistic children and those with other health problems such as a cleft palate.