Top 5 Largest Ethnic Groups In Vietnam

Top 5 Largest Ethnic Groups In Vietnam

Vietnam is actually home to a greater amount of diversity than you may think. Here are top 5 largest ethnic groups in this country.
Ant egg cake - the gift of forest that can only be tasted once a year.

Ant egg cake - the gift of forest that can only be tasted once a year.

Ant egg cake is made from sticky rice flour, ant eggs, and young fig leaves. As summer begins, the Tay ethnic minorities in Cao Bang province go foraging to find the eggs of black ants to make ant egg cake.
Beloved Vietnamese 'People’s Artisan' turns 100 yet continues to sing

Beloved Vietnamese 'People’s Artisan' turns 100 yet continues to sing

Mo Thi Kit, a traditional 'Then singer,' has just turned 100 years old, but her lust for life shows no sign of stopping
The ancient songs of Tuyen Quang

The ancient songs of Tuyen Quang

The northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang is the meeting place for ethnic minority cultures. What follows are some traditional ceremonies and performing arts of the ethnic communities in Tuyen Quang.
UNFPA assists Vietnam in maternal health care in disadvantaged ethnic minority areas

UNFPA assists Vietnam in maternal health care in disadvantaged ethnic minority areas

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Representative in Vietnam Naomi Kitahara in an interview with the Vietnam News Agency pointed out two big challenges to maternal health care in ethnic minority areas.
World Vision provides livelihood support for poor households

World Vision provides livelihood support for poor households

Recently, in Nhu Xuan District, Thanh Hoa Province, World Vision Vietnam and MAVIN group have distributed ducklings and animal feed, as well as transferring MAVIN group's duck breeding technology to 106 ethnic minority households in five project communes - Hoa Quy, Thanh Lam, Binh Luong, Thuong Ninh and Yen Cat town.
New crop to benefit ethnic minority woman and keep families together

New crop to benefit ethnic minority woman and keep families together

Ramie planting under the framework of the project entitled Developing the Value Chain for Ramie by Women in Van Ban District, northern Lao Cai Province has brought significant benefits to woman from ethnic minority.
UNDP project to accelerate socio-economic development in Vietnam's ethnic minority areas, video

UNDP project to accelerate socio-economic development in Vietnam's ethnic minority areas, video

On December 21, in Hanoi, the Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs (CEMA), in coordination with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Vietnam and the Australian Embassy in Vietnam held the "Launching ceremony of the Project on Accelerating Multi-dimensional Poverty Reduction and Socio-economic Development in Ethnic Minority Areas in Vietnam”.
Promoting inner strength and the rising spirit among ethnic minority communities

Promoting inner strength and the rising spirit among ethnic minority communities

Today (December 4), the second National Congress of Vietnamese Ethnic Minorities, themed “Under the Party’s glorious flag, all ethnic groups are equal; unite, respect and help each other; and promote inner strength to develop together with the country”, takes place in a joyful and exciting atmosphere imbued with the spirit of great national unity.
KOICA partners with World Vision to reduce COVID-19 impact on ethnic minority groups

KOICA partners with World Vision to reduce COVID-19 impact on ethnic minority groups

The Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) funds VND 10.7 billion (USD 464,158) to reduce COVID-19 impact on ethnic minority groups in Vietnam.
Ethnic minority female students supported by non-profit organizations for remaining in schools

Ethnic minority female students supported by non-profit organizations for remaining in schools

The Brighter Path Girls’ Club, jointly implemented by the VinaCapital Foundation and Vu A Dinh Scholarship Fund, has officially been launched in Thai Nguyen province with the participation of 60 female students from the Vietnam Northern Upland High School and Thai Nguyen Boarding School for Ethnic Minorities.
NGO unveils Hmong language materials about nutrition for mother and child

NGO unveils Hmong language materials about nutrition for mother and child

Save the Children, an UK non-governmental organization, recently unveiled a set of educational audio materials including six songs and stories in Hmong language which will be broadcast in 10 communes of Mu Cang Chai and Tram Tau districts in Yen Bai province.
Rights of ethnic minority people promoted

Rights of ethnic minority people promoted

The National Assembly Standing Committee has introduced its national target program of socio economic development in ethnic minority and mountainous areas for the next decade. This is part of the National Assembly’s measures to promote the rights of Vietnamese ethnic groups.
Government proposes nearly US$ 13 billion for ethnic minority development

Government proposes nearly US$ 13 billion for ethnic minority development

Vietnam Government has recently proposed a national target program on socio-economic development for mountainous and ethnic minority areas in the 2021-2030 period with total investment of VND 273 trillion (nearly US$ 13 billion). 
COVID-19: Plan International Vietnam commits to protect ethnic minority children

COVID-19: Plan International Vietnam commits to protect ethnic minority children

Plan International Vietnam is taking steps so that ethnic minority children can be protected from violence, neglect and abuse during these unprecedented times. 
Two youngsters make video to spread COVID-19 information to Mong ethnic minority

Two youngsters make video to spread COVID-19 information to Mong ethnic minority

A video clip by two young people is helping members of the Mong ethnic minority learn about COVID-19, providing accurate and useful information to prevent the spread of the virus.
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