Soldiers of the Phú Tân Border Station in the Mekong Delta have been helping disadvantaged people in their area, as part of the national patriotic emulation movement.
A 'Border Medicine Cabinet' model in remote and poor villages along the Nghệ An Province border has made a significant contribution to providing healthcare services for ethnic people in recent years.
As a youth leader, Đặng Hải Đăng, Secretary of the Youth Union of Vĩnh Long University of Technology and Education, is a pioneer in the Union's activities.
Hà Nội has taken a big step towards getting back to normal as the capital’s famous walking street reopened to pedestrians from last night.
Many zero-đồng mini supermarkets have been opened for the needy and many programmes have been organised to present gifts to special groups across the country with the aim of bringing them a warm Tết (Lunar New Year)
Hà Nội is collecting one million samples for COVID-19 screening tests from August 18 to 20, the city's Centre for Disease Control (CDC) said.
Receiving a gift from a charity group of the 'Border Spring' programme made student Cao Ngọc Huyền feel so happy.
Villagers of Mường Nhé District in the northern mountainous province of Điện Biên are warmer this winter thanks to thick clothes and blankets local soldiers gave them.
Just 10km outside Huế, Rú Chá, a primary wetland forest of mangroves has become a popular for day trippers exploring Hương Trà Town.
The lives of ethnic minority people in the central province of Quảng Bình’s Minh Hóa District have changed thanks to the care of soldiers over the past 10 years.
Dialysis patients at Hà Nội-based Bạch Mai Hospital have seen their difficulties increase in recent days, because not only do they have to self-quarantine but also follow medical treatment and take measures to avoid the SARS-CoV2 virus.
Enterprises and members of the public have teamed up with the Government to tackle the deadly novel coronavirus, and Vietnamese artists and influencers are also getting involved in the fight.