Knowledge and Skills Key to Combating Human Trafficking

Knowledge and Skills Key to Combating Human Trafficking

Enhancing public knowledge and skills on how to prevent human trafficking is an important solution to fight crime, said Ha Thi Nga, president of Vietnam Women's Union, at an event on July 30.
Human Trafficking Prevention for Women and Girls in northwestern border province

Human Trafficking Prevention for Women and Girls in northwestern border province

The project “Human Trafficking Prevention for Women and Girls in Dien Bien province” is to empower local women and children, especially girls with capacity to protect themselves and their peers from all forms of violence and trafficking in persons in Dien Bien’s two districts with high rate of poor people of Muong Cha and Tuan Giao.
World Vision work to help trafficking survivors recover and reintegrate into community

World Vision work to help trafficking survivors recover and reintegrate into community

As a child-focused organization, for more than a decade, World Vision Vietnam has joined hands with local authorities and domestic and foreign organizations to implement programs and projects with a view to ending child labor trafficking and modern slavery.
Four newborns rescued by Vietnamese police in China baby trafficking ring

Four newborns rescued by Vietnamese police in China baby trafficking ring

The Hanoi Police rescued four newborns who were to be trafficked to China on February 26, breaking a large baby trafficking ring in Cao Bang, involving local and foreign smugglers who allegedly sold newborn babies in China.
Dien Bien: Human Trafficking Prevention for Women and Girl project starts second year

Dien Bien: Human Trafficking Prevention for Women and Girl project starts second year

World Vision Vietnam is starting the implementation of the second year activities for the Human Trafficking Prevention for Women and Girl project in mountainous and remote areas of the northwestern border province of Dien Bien.
The 1,000th person rescued from slavery

The 1,000th person rescued from slavery

In December of 2005, the Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation rescued a child from human trafficking for the first time. This week, fifteen years later, the number of boys, girls, women and men Blue Dragon has freed from slavery has reached 1,000.
Zalo account of National Hotline 111 on Child Protection and Human Trafficking Prevention debuts

Zalo account of National Hotline 111 on Child Protection and Human Trafficking Prevention debuts

World Vision International in Vietnam has collaborated with the National Hotline 111 – Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) to develop the application to connect and synchronize the Zalo account – the website and the database of the National Hotline 111, to increase outreach to child protection and trafficking victims and at risk groups.
Vietnam uses cartoon to increase awareness and prevention of human trafficking

Vietnam uses cartoon to increase awareness and prevention of human trafficking

An animation film promoting public awareness on human trafficking has been produced in collaboration between Vietnam Women's Union (VWU) and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
Vietnamese man sells girlfriend overseas for a few hundred dollars

Vietnamese man sells girlfriend overseas for a few hundred dollars

A 20-year-old Vietnamese man was detained Tuesday for selling his girlfriend to a Chinese person for VND15 million (US $645) after dating for two months.
Vietnam police officers detached to the UK from cooperating in anti - human trafficking

Vietnam police officers detached to the UK from cooperating in anti - human trafficking

For the first time, two Vietnamese police officers will be sent to work in Scotland, the UK to cooperate in preventing and combating human trafficking.
Vietnam pays special attention to preventing human trafficking and supporting victims

Vietnam pays special attention to preventing human trafficking and supporting victims

Over the past several years, Vietnam has fine-tuned its legal system, strengthened communications to raise public awareness, and strengthened international cooperation in anti-trafficking.
Chinese sailor accused of torturing to death Indonesian crew member

Chinese sailor accused of torturing to death Indonesian crew member

A Chinese sailor is facing trial over torture death of an Indonesian crew member whose body was found in a freezer aboard a fishing vessel, reported AFP citing police on Jul 13.
US report on human trafficking contains subjective info about Vietnam

US report on human trafficking contains subjective info about Vietnam

A Vietnamese Foreign Ministry spokesperson affirmed on July 2 that the US Department of State’s 2019 Trafficking in Persons Report does not reflect objectively and accurately the situation as well as anti-trafficking efforts in Vietnam.
British Embassy, Miss Universe Vietnam 2017 join hands to counter human trafficking

British Embassy, Miss Universe Vietnam 2017 join hands to counter human trafficking

From March 2020, the British Embassy Hanoi have in conjunction with associated partners, implemented a campaign raising public awareness on human trafficking with the support of Miss Universe Vietnam 2017 H’hen Nie. 
Strengthening reporting system to respond to victims subjected to violence in Nghe An

Strengthening reporting system to respond to victims subjected to violence in Nghe An

On May 20, Hagar International in Vietnam in collaboration with Nghe An Women’s Union has organized the launching conference of “Building capacity of duty bearers and beneficiaries to improve access to services for women and children survivors of intimate partner violence and non-partner sexual violence and change community’s attitude and behavior towards violence against women” project.
UK driver pleads guilty to manslaughter of 39 lorry victims

UK driver pleads guilty to manslaughter of 39 lorry victims

A British lorry driver on April 8 pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of 39 Vietnamese nationals whose bodies were found in a refrigeration truck in Britain, AFP reported.
COVID-19 epidemic poses a threat to Vietnam’s most vulnerable

COVID-19 epidemic poses a threat to Vietnam’s most vulnerable

Business closures and job losses; families unable to provide for their children; teenage girls at higher risk of early marriage; human traffickers preying on those most affected… These are some of the consequences that Blue Dragon is seeing in Vietnam as a direct consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic and the measures taken to stop its spread. 
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