Gov’t approves 2021-2025 national target programme on sustainable poverty reduction

Gov’t approves 2021-2025 national target programme on sustainable poverty reduction

Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh has recently signed a decision approving the national target programme on sustainable poverty reduction for the 2021-2025 period with total funding of at least 75 trillion VND (3.3 billion USD).
Trung Luong-My Thuan expressway opens to traffic

Trung Luong-My Thuan expressway opens to traffic

President Nguyen Xuan Phuc on January 19 attended a ceremony to open the main road of Trung Luong-My Thuan expressway, a key route linking the Mekong Delta with Ho Chi Minh City and localities in the southern key economic region.
First Omicron infections in community reported in HCM City

First Omicron infections in community reported in HCM City

Three first infections of SARS-CoV-2's Omicron variant have been found in the community in Ho Chi Minh City, the municipal Department of Health announced on January 19.
Inequality changes forcing fresh gender-related policy

Inequality changes forcing fresh gender-related policy

Global woes over the past 24 months have caused numerous losses and burdens for women that have exacerbated gender inequality and led to dire social consequences.
Ngoi Sao Nho Kindergarten received Lunar New Year donations from Royal London Vietnam

Ngoi Sao Nho Kindergarten received Lunar New Year donations from Royal London Vietnam

On January 15, Royal London Import-Export Ltd. organised with the Binh Duong Youth Worker and Labour Support Centre and the Tam Long Vang Fund of the Lao Dong Newspaper the event Xuan Cong Nhan for the Ngoi Sao Nho Kindergarten in Binh Duong.
HCM City moves to cope with Omicron variant as Tet nearing

HCM City moves to cope with Omicron variant as Tet nearing

Concerned about the Omicron variant, Ho Chi Minh City is boosting actions to keep COVID-19 under control as the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday, the biggest traditional festival in Vietnam, is nearing.
Improving access to innovative therapies for high-risk breast cancer patients in Vietnam

Improving access to innovative therapies for high-risk breast cancer patients in Vietnam

The Vietnam Medical Association and Roche Vietnam on January 14 reviewed the first year of implementation of the joint project to “Improve access to innovative therapies for high-risk breast cancer patients in Vietnam for 2020-2025”.
COVID-19: Hanoi launches first online medical station

COVID-19: Hanoi launches first online medical station

Truc Bach ward in Hanoi’s Ba Dinh district has launched an online medical station, making it the first of its kind in the capital city – Vietnam’s current largest COVID-19 hotspot.
Striving for sustainability amid the pandemic

Striving for sustainability amid the pandemic

While the global health crisis continues to impact the business community, a number of manufacturers in Vietnam have been focusing on sustainability by emphasising a strong corporate culture and contributing to the country’s sustainable development.
Hanoi Red Cross Society supports poor, AO victims ahead of Tet

Hanoi Red Cross Society supports poor, AO victims ahead of Tet

The Red Cross Society of Hanoi held a humanitarian fair in response to the campaign “Tet (Lunar New Year) for the poor and Agent Orange victims” on January 16.
A journey to inspire, energise, and spread positivity through TCPVN

A journey to inspire, energise, and spread positivity through TCPVN

From an exciting start with Red Bull in 1999 and Warrior in 2017, followed by the strategic presence of TCPVN – the first international office of TCP Group in Vietnam – TCP made an impression through quality beverage brands and proved its identity with po
Cooperation seeks to better regulate informal distillers and raise tax income

Cooperation seeks to better regulate informal distillers and raise tax income

Policymakers, experts, and businesses gathered at a meeting on January 14 to review the pilot programme on increasing traditional alcoholic drink management in 2020-2021 and discuss measures to increase state management in this area.
WHO approves two new Covid-19 treatments

WHO approves two new Covid-19 treatments

The World Health Organization approved two new Covid-19 treatments on Friday, growing the arsenal of tools along with vaccines to stave off severe illness and death from the virus.
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