Intel Products Vietnam opens new care centre

Intel Products Vietnam opens new care centre

Intel Products Vietnam opened its entertainment and physical care centre at the Saigon Hi-Tech Park on May 9.
CARE and Mastercard to launch Strive Women in Vietnam

CARE and Mastercard to launch Strive Women in Vietnam

New programme will focus on women-led micro and small businesses as it aims to reach two million entrepreneurs in key regions of Vietnam over four years.
Canadian-funded project helps reduce gender bias barriers

Canadian-funded project helps reduce gender bias barriers

A meeting to review the implementation of the “Advancing Women's Economic Empowerment in Vietnam" (AWEEV) project in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang was held by Care International Vietnam (CARE) and the provincial People’s Committee on October 5.
Stakeholders seek to improve cardiovascular-renal-metabolic care in Vietnam

Stakeholders seek to improve cardiovascular-renal-metabolic care in Vietnam

On May 15, more than 150 healthcare experts in both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City gathered at a conference to discuss cardiovascular-renal-metabolic care.
International School Ho Chi Minh City: One school, four values, endless possibilities

International School Ho Chi Minh City: One school, four values, endless possibilities

More than 30 diploma subjects. A one-to-eight faculty to student ratio. Over 200 experienced IB educators. These are just some of the hallmarks that contribute to the 100 per cent pass rate achieved by pupils at International School Ho Chi Minh City (ISHCMC).
Top South Korean animal rights group slammed for destroying dogs

Top South Korean animal rights group slammed for destroying dogs

The leader of one of South Korea's largest animal rights groups has been accused of secretly exterminating hundreds of rescued dogs - despite a declared no-kill policy - to ensure a continued stream of donations.
Standard Chartered aims to raise $1 million for ‘Seeing is Believing’

Standard Chartered aims to raise $1 million for ‘Seeing is Believing’

Partner brokers for Standard Chartered’s Financial Markets business will donate today’s trading fees to ‘Seeing is Believing’, a global initiative aimed at tackling avoidable blindness.