For years, social housing has been a hot issue in Việt Nam. Living in decent, affordable housing in a reasonable location is one of the most important goals for all Vietnamese people.
Twenty members of the ASEAN Social Security Association (ASSA) yesterday signed a joint statement on social security on the occasion of the 35th ASSA Board Meeting and 20th ASSA establishment anniversary held in Khánh Hòa Province’s Nha Trang city.
In the past, part-time jobs for students in University were often limited. To earn extra cash, the positions they took were restricted to tutoring or sales assistants. Things have changed today.
HCM City aims to reduce the number of poor households by 0.8 per cent next year and raise the average income per capita of these households by 3.5 times by 2020 compared to 2011.
The vice principal of Nguyễn Bỉnh Khiêm Secondary School in the Central Highlands province of Đắk Nông has been charged with appropriating more than VNĐ170 million (US$7,300) from the school and State budget over the past four years.
Feeling pity for ‘smallest boy in Việt Nam’ who used to live isolated from the outside world, Đặng Văn Cương – the principal of Sơn Ba Primary Boarding School in the central province of Quảng Ngãi – persuaded Đinh Văn K’Rể’s parents to let him attend his school. Over the past three years, he has been treating and teaching K’Rể like his own son.
The HCM City government will spend VNĐ220billion (US$9,400) to support workers and teachers at pre-schools this year, according to a report from the city’s Department of Education and Training.
Bùi Đức Thụ, Deputy Chairman of the National Assembly’s Committee for Deputy Affairs, speaks to the Lao Động (Labour) newspaper on the need to tightly supervise people with power
Over the past 10 years, Lê Văn Liêm, in Tân Hội Commune, in the southern province of Bến Tre, has given free training to nearly 50 young people.
With a rapidly aging population and declining fertility, Japan had to adopt a more open-door approach towards foreign workers to staff its labour-strapped industries, with Vietnamese workers among the fastest growing groups.