Thousands of hectares of forests in northern mountainous regions are being better managed and protected thanks to a new environmental services policy.
The Việt Nam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) estimated local GDP growth for this year at between 2.6 per cent and 2.8 per cent at a workshop yesterday in Hà Nội, lower than the 3.8 per cent it forecast in July.
In celebration of the 5-year journey of the programme “A pair of loving leaves” and three consecutive years in which Việt Nam’s largest dairy producer Vinamilk has accompanied this programme, representatives of Vinamilk and its Stand Tall Vietnam Milk Fund visited poor families in the central region of Việt Nam.
Lying on the bed of the Military Hospital 103 in Hà Nội with jaundiced skin, Nguyễn Thị Diệp, 25 years old, is waiting for her second liver transplant.
More and more breast cancer cases in Việt Nam in the last few decades have been found among young women, many of whom still think they are safe from the disease due to their age, doctors said during a recent conference.