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New Zealand-funded project boosts resilience to climate risks in Cao Bang

New Zealand-funded project boosts resilience to climate risks in Cao Bang

07:34 | 26/09/2020

Starting from September 2020, with financial support from New Zealand Aid program and ChildFund New Zealand, the three year project will build household and community resilience to climatic risks through the improvement of passion fruit farming and by strengthening Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation activities in Trung Khanh District, Cao Bang Province.

1,000 gifts delivered to children affected by COVID-19

1,000 gifts delivered to children affected by COVID-19

07:15 | 19/07/2020

A total of 250 gifts worth VND 300 million (nearly USD 13.000) delivered to children in Tan Lac, Hoa Binh province on July 18, as part of Hanwha Life Insurance Co., Ltd's An Yen Cho Em program giving 1,000 gifts to children who are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Cao Bang: Children benefit from ChildFund Vietnam bicycles donation

Cao Bang: Children benefit from ChildFund Vietnam bicycles donation

07:56 | 01/05/2020

ChildFund Vietnam has donated 50 bicycles and 300 coats to school children in Thach An district, Cao Bang province, where some of the communities do not have the requisite infrastructure and classrooms for children, compelling them to travel to the nearby communities to continue their education.

Over 40 new bikes distributed to poor students in Bac Kan

Over 40 new bikes distributed to poor students in Bac Kan

06:45 | 28/04/2020

ChildFund Vietnam on April 27 has handed over 42 new bicycles to school children in Ngan Son district of Bac Kan province, where some of the communities do not have the requisite infrastructure and classrooms, compelling them to continue their education by travelling to the nearby communities

Child protection application launched

Child protection application launched

16:06 | 16/12/2019

A child protection application, called "National hotline 111" run on both two operating systems: Google's Android or Apple's iOS, has been developed and can now be used to quickly report and respond to reports of suspected child abuse and neglect.

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