Vietnamese Lychees Impress in International Market

Vietnamese Lychees Impress in International Market

After being exported to Australia, Vietnamese lychee was auctioned up to US$2,254 per kilo, supermarkets of France, Germany, and Norway also competed to order this fruit.
UNFPA, KOICA, Australia and Japan support women in Covid-19-hit provinces

UNFPA, KOICA, Australia and Japan support women in Covid-19-hit provinces

This delivery of the kits was made possible in partnership with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), Governments of Australia and Japan.
Australia providing AUD 9.5 million to end violence against women and children in Vietnam

Australia providing AUD 9.5 million to end violence against women and children in Vietnam

Australia is now providing AUD 9.5 million to support a new project eliminating violence against women and children in Vietnam which will be implemented for the next four years.
Australia: World's first antiviral treatments using nanoparticle to target COVID-19 virus

Australia: World's first antiviral treatments using nanoparticle to target COVID-19 virus

An antiviral treatment developed by Queensland researchers and US team that said to lock Covid-19 virus and kill them in infected mice by 99.9 per cent.
100 tonnes of Vietnamese lychees to be exported to Australia

100 tonnes of Vietnamese lychees to be exported to Australia

Approximately 100 tonnes of Vietnamese lychees are due to be exported to both South Australia and Western Australia in the near future, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Vietnam, Australia united in the fight against COVID-19 in Timor-Leste

Vietnam, Australia united in the fight against COVID-19 in Timor-Leste

810,000 high grade facemasks donated by the Government of Vietnam arrived in Timor-Leste’s Capital, Dili. Australia facilitated the delivery of the masks by arranging for their transport from Hanoi to Dili via sea freight.
China suspends economic dialogue with Australia

China suspends economic dialogue with Australia

China cut off a channel for diplomatic and trade talks with Australia on May 6 in a largely symbolic act of fury, following clashes over a wide range of issues including human rights, espionage and the origins of Covid-19.
Vietnam Trade Office protects rice trademark in Australia

Vietnam Trade Office protects rice trademark in Australia

The Vietnam Trade Office in Australia says it has taken urgent measures to protect trademark rights for Vietnam's rice after a company in Australia applied for protection of the rice trademark ST24 and ST25 as the World's Best Rice.
CARE, Australia donation will help flood-affected communities in Quang Tri

CARE, Australia donation will help flood-affected communities in Quang Tri

Communities affected by recent flooding in four communes of Hai Lang district, Quang Tri province will benefit from 690 water tanks donated by CARE International to ensure that residents have access to safe water and sanitation.
Australia, UN Women help upgrade services assisting violence victims in Vietnam

Australia, UN Women help upgrade services assisting violence victims in Vietnam

The handover ceremony of essential equipment and facilities to upgrade the hotlines and facilities of related social services of the two Peace House Shelters in Hanoi took place on March 15.
Training on Protection of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse during COVID-19

Training on Protection of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse during COVID-19

The training on Protection of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse for all Implementing Partners under the project entitled “Supporting Interventions to Eliminate Violence against Women and Children in Vietnam under COVID-19 Emergency Context”, funded by Government of Australia and the United Nations agencies (UNFPA, UNICEF and UN Women), under UNFPA’s coordination was held in Hanoi.
Essential equipment and facilities handed over to women's shelters in Vietnam

Essential equipment and facilities handed over to women's shelters in Vietnam

The handover ceremony of essential equipment and facilities to upgrade the hotlines and facilities of related social services of the Peace House Shelter in the Mekong River Delta region took place on March 12.
Australia suspends Chinese's CGTN and CCTV channels

Australia suspends Chinese's CGTN and CCTV channels

Australian public broadcast, SBS, in Australia said on Friday that it would suspend Chinese state media channels, CGTN and CCTV.
Training to improve social work for abused women, children amid COVID-19

Training to improve social work for abused women, children amid COVID-19

UN Women and Center for Women and Development on February 26 organized an advanced training about "Crisis intervention skills and support approaches based on traumatic understanding" for staff and social workers from the women support network, which are the managers of the Peace House Shelters, staff from the hospitals and social centers of Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City.
Facebook ends Australia news blackout, signs content deals

Facebook ends Australia news blackout, signs content deals

Facebook Inc ended a one-week blackout of Australian news on its popular social media site on February 26 and announced preliminary commercial agreements with three small local publishers.
Facebook news ban to be reversed in Australia

Facebook news ban to be reversed in Australia

Following Australia federal government's news media code that forces Facebook to pay publishers for the news content that surfaces on its platform, the company decided to restrict Australian users to sharing news content and ban news in Australia. After several days of discussion between Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Australia's treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, the company on Monday announced an end to the standoff, bringing news back to its platform.
Friendship medal presented to Australian diplomat

Friendship medal presented to Australian diplomat

The noble award constitutes the recognition of the former deputy ambassador’s efforts and contributions to strengthening the Vietnam-Australia relations.
Three NGOs facilitating post-flood livelihood recovery to over 25,000 people

Three NGOs facilitating post-flood livelihood recovery to over 25,000 people

The consortium of World Vision, ADRA and CARE, which are members of Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP), will work closely with the district level government authorities in improving access to safe water, promoting hygiene and sanitation, ensuring protection for beneficiaries and relief workers, and facilitating livelihood recovery to over 25,000 people.
Australia providing Vietnam USD 71,300 for flood relief

Australia providing Vietnam USD 71,300 for flood relief

By the end of January 24, 2021, the AUD 1 million (USD 775,000) disaster relief package of Australian government was presented to nearly 14,500 people affected by floods and storms in the three provinces of Thua Thien Hue, Quang Tri and Quang Nam.
Vietnam, Australia to enjoy stronger partnership in the future

Vietnam, Australia to enjoy stronger partnership in the future

With a firm foundation from sound bilateral relations and the determination of senior leaders of both sides, Vietnam and Australia will enjoy a stronger partnership in the future, stressed representative of the Ho Chi Minh city's Vietnam-Australia Friendship Association.
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