New Program Protects Children Orphaned by the Covid-19

New Program Protects Children Orphaned by the Covid-19

The Vietnam Women's Union in collaboration with the Supreme People's Court held a ceremony to respond to the "Godmother" program, aiming to support and nurture orphaned children affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
2, 000 Covid Orphans to Receive Support

2, 000 Covid Orphans to Receive Support

Thee program "Care to Rise – Yêu thương nâng bước" is being launched to support disadvantaged children affected by the Covid-19 pandemic
Children Orphaned by Covid-19 to Receive Support

Children Orphaned by Covid-19 to Receive Support

The Government Office has issued a document asking the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) to coordinate with localities to review the number of children orphaned by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Vietnam News Today (October 4): Vietnam GDP Growth Forecast at 3-3.5 Percent This Year

Vietnam News Today (October 4): Vietnam GDP Growth Forecast at 3-3.5 Percent This Year

Vietnam News Today (October 4): Vietnam records 5,367 new local Covid cases; Vietnam must devise safe roadmap for reopening; Vietnam GDP growth forecast at 3-3.5 percent this year; Program launched for children orphaned due to Covid-19.
Non-governmental Organizations Join Hands to Support Children Orphaned by COVID-19

Non-governmental Organizations Join Hands to Support Children Orphaned by COVID-19

Three non-governmental organizations in Vietnam have been working together to help ease the pains that children orphaned by the pandemic are suffering
Vietnam News Today (September 27): Vietnam Considers Mutual Recognition of Vaccine Passport with Other Countries

Vietnam News Today (September 27): Vietnam Considers Mutual Recognition of Vaccine Passport with Other Countries

Vietnam News Today (September 27): HCM City expects a special mechanism for new normal; UNICEF speaks highly of Vietnam’s priority to Covid-19 orphans; Vietnam considers mutual recognition of vaccine passport with select countries; Central Vietnam province prepares to welcome foreign tourists starting November.
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