13:37 | 12/01/2022
Through the project, CARE works to improve economic well-being for poor rural women, particularly ethnic minority women in Vietnam.
15:15 | 15/12/2021
Medical supplies, personal protective equipment and support packages will ensure the well-beings and safety of vulnerable population groups in Vietnam
10:30 | 28/10/2021
At the end of October 2021, the project "Fear-Based Early Action - FBEA SEA" was officially launched with the expectation of supporting more than 6,500 Vietnamese people to improve their skills in managing activities to respond to disasters and risks caused by extreme weather such as floods, droughts and heat waves.
07:57 | 26/04/2021
Football is often called the king of sports, but in Chieng Chung and Muong Chanh - two communes of Son La province, participating in the final match of this football tournament, the new “queens” arose.
09:37 | 20/04/2021
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.
07:23 | 16/04/2021
The last cash handover for livelihood development to support flood affected communities in Quang Tri province is being impleting by CARE International.
09:06 | 14/04/2021
Nearly 2,000 households in 12 communes of two districts Huong Hoa and Da Krong in Quang Tri province were supported with unconditional cash grants to help them recover from the floods.
07:52 | 25/03/2021
CARE International in Vietnam pledged to launch a project to improve economic position of female ethnic minorities in Vietnam in six communes in Ha Giang province's Quang Binh district at a total cost of VND 23 billion (USD 1 million).
11:59 | 08/02/2021
How could you spend VND 2 million this Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday? For many of the female garment workers in Dong Nai province, this sum of money could cover monthly rent, buy an old computer for their children to study online and even pay off debt.
18:47 | 04/02/2021
New Zealand Embassy and CARE provided financial support to female workers in the informal economy to bounce back better from COVID-19.
08:57 | 29/01/2021
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.
13:56 | 14/01/2021
CARE is cooperating with Quang Tri's Department of Ethnics Minority Affairs to prioritise WASH and basic needs as immediate support to 44,000 people directly affected by storms and floods over the next six months in 16 communes of Quang Tri Province.
16:19 | 29/10/2020
Over 50,000 women entrepreneurs in Vietnam get support to realize their growth potential and build financial resilience through the Ignite initiative.
The Pasteur Institute in Ho Chi Minh City (PI HCMC) hold an inauguration of its new Biosafety Level-3 Laboratory (BSL-3) on January 17th, 2022. For this new laboratory, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has supported the main materials and equipment such as the air conditioning system, the wastewater treatment system, and the two-door autoclave, with a total value of 200 million yen (nearly 40 billion VND).
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Monthly Horoscope February 2022: Astrological Prediction for Zodiac Signs with Love, Money, Career and Health
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