The optimism and determination of people with disabilities have inspired a 22-year-old student in Hà Nội to create photos capturing their inner beauty
Võ Trâm Anh, a young Vietnamese French woman, has created graphic works to help people, especially the young generation, learn more about the history and consequences of the deadly chemical.
A new smartphone app is aiming to make the lives of disabled people in Việt Nam easier by giving them better access to support.
Two Vietnamese students have won a prize for their project at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (Regeneron ISEF) 2021, the world's largest global high school competition.
Minister of Home Affairs Phạm Thị Thanh Trà spoke to the Vietnam News Agency ahead of the May 23 election of deputies to the 15th National Assembly and People’s Councils for the 2021-26 tenure, on preparations to deal with evolving COVID-19 outbreaks and new regulations to ensure lawful electoral procedures
The skinny woman trembled, seemingly unable to stand still because of her happiness to receive a house thanks to the work of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Việt Nam funded and local people’s generosity.
In recent years, Hà Nội has had more and more people with disabilities open vocational training, production and business establishments, creating jobs for themselves and people in similar situations.
Poor artists and their children living in HCM City will receive Tết (Lunar New Year) gifts this weekend thanks to a charity programme launched by People’s Artist Kim Cương, a guru of cải lương (reformed opera).