Women with creative start-ups see hope for future
Lê Kim Anh, chairwoman of the Hà Nội Women’s Union, praised the women's efforts, creativity and talent, saying they had enriched themselves and the community.
The revised Labour Code is expected to be submitted to the National Assembly for approval this month. However, major changes to the law are still under discussion in an attempt to ensure gender equality and enhance the development of female workers.
In Việt Nam, one in three children under five is either undernourished or overweight, while worldwide, an alarmingly high number of children are suffering the consequences of poor diets and a food system that is failing them.
A variety of solutions to improve recruitment and incentive policies for teachers were proposed by representatives from 24 districts at a recent conference on education universalisation and illiteracy eradication in HCM City, according to a report in Sài Gòn Giải Phóng (Liberated Sài Gòn) newspaper.
A deal has been reached to move residents living near Nam Sơn Waste Treatment Complex and Nam Sơn rubbish dump.