Dak Lak Promotes Cooperation with Foreign Embassies, NGOs
During the two days of October 23-24, Vice Chairman of Dak Lak People's Committee H'Yim Kdoh and leaders of departments, branches and localities visited and worked at four diplomatic representative agencies and foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Vietnam including French Embassy, Indian Embassy, Japanese Embassy, Embassy of the Republic of Korea (RoK); along with UK's Save the Children, Switzerland's Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH); and SNV Netherlands Development Organization.
|Dak Lak province delegation visits the Indian Embassy. Photo: Kim Bao/daklak.gov.vn
Through the discussion to grasp local needs, the French Embassy expressed its desire to visit Dak Lak province and Buon Ho town in 2024; and continue to pay attention, monitor, and support the province in the process of connecting Dak Lak province with Nevers City.
The Indian Embassy said it will deploy scholarships for short-term courses, undergraduate and master's degrees in India. It is expected to invite the province's cultural and artistic troupe to India next year; enhancing two-way trade, and adding more agricultural products from the province to the Indian market.
The Japanese Embassy affirmed that it would support Dak Lak province in finding Japanese localities to connect and share about the Official Development Assistance (ODA) loan process from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in Vietnam.
|The RoK's Ambassador Choi Youngsam received the Delegation of Dak Lak Provincial People's Committee. Photo: Kim Bao/daklak.gov.vn
The representative from the RoK's Consulate General shared about new cooperation potentials such as organizing the GoYang Flower Festival in conjunction with the coffee festival in the RoK in 2025.
At the diplomatic representative agencies, the two sides exchanged a lot of useful information and necessary orientations to develop relations between Dak Lak province and the embassies of other countries as well as partners in the near future.
Vice Chairwoman of the Provincial People's Committee H'Yim Kdoh also hopes that the two sides will have the opportunity to implement many specific and practical cooperation activities to promote further the cooperative relationship between Dak Lak province and the embassies of countries in the country.
On October 23, the delegates visited Save the Children’s office in Hanoi and discussed the implementation of ongoing projects, shared local needs and future directions as well as exchanged cooperation opportunities in the coming time.
2023 marks the 10 years of Save the Children's presence in Dak Lak with 9 projects on health and nutrition and child protection. These projects have provided equipment and technical support on maternal and newborn care, school health and nutrition and child rights in business principles in the coffee industry.
The meeting marked a new milestone in the strategic partnership between Save the Children and Dak Lak province and to bring a better future for children and people here.
Vice Chairwoman H’Yim Kđoh stressed that together, we will overcome all challenges to bring the best for children. She hopes that not only children in Dak Lak but children across the country can benefit from Save the Children’s support.
|Dak Lak Province Wants Further Support from Foreign NGOs
The recent conference gathering foreign donors in Dak Lak province has the direct attendance of eight donor organizations operating in the province and virtually connecting ...
|Impressive Art Fashion Show Honoring Central Highlands’ Culture
More than 200 artists and models from Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, and Dak Lak took part in the “Ban Me Oi” artistic program, introducing ...
|Imprints of Partnership Between Dak Lak Province And RoK
Recently, cooperation activities in many fields between Dak Lak province, RoK organizations, and localities brought practical effects in foreign affairs and socio-economic matters.