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Keeping children water-safe this summer

Keeping children water-safe this summer

08:48 | 04/04/2021

According to statistics, over 2,000 children lose their lives in drowning accidents every year in Vietnam, making drowning the country’s leading cause of death among children under 19.

GNI supports Department of Child Affairs protect disadvantaged children

GNI supports Department of Child Affairs protect disadvantaged children

09:08 | 03/04/2021

On April 2, the Korean non-governmental organization Good Neighbors in Vietnam (GNI) has signed a cooperation agreement with the Center of Consulting Services and Communication (Department of Child Affairs - Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs) about the program to support child protection in the period 2021-2023.

GNI improves quality of managing child sponsor volunteer network

GNI improves quality of managing child sponsor volunteer network

08:19 | 23/03/2021

The Korean non-governmental organization Good Neighbors in Vietnam (GNI) recently has implemented the activity “Training to enhance capacity of child sponsor volunteer network” in three project communes in Son Duong District in the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang.

Supporting vulnerable children and young people

Supporting vulnerable children and young people

08:54 | 19/03/2021

World Vision Vietnam mainly focuses on conducting activities for children's well-being particularly in some fields like health, education, children's participation, and children protection.

American teacher gets 21 years in jail for child sexual abuse in Cambodia

American teacher gets 21 years in jail for child sexual abuse in Cambodia

07:15 | 23/06/2020

A former American teacher in Cambodia was sentenced to 21 years in prison by the US federal court for engaging and attempting to engage in illicit sexual conduct with two underage Cambodian girls while traveling and residing here from 2013 to 2018, the US justice department said in a press release recently.

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