KOICA Continues to Support Women's Safe House Model in Vietnam

KOICA Continues to Support Women's Safe House Model in Vietnam

KOICA and UNFPA continued their commitment to zero gender-based violence and harmful practices to women and girls in Vietnam.
2 More UNFPA-Supported Women's Safe Houses Set Up in HCM City, Da Nang

2 More UNFPA-Supported Women's Safe Houses Set Up in HCM City, Da Nang

The safe houses are ready to provide integrated services to meet the needs of any survivors of violence, especially women and girls.
Essential Services Improved to Support Women, Children Experiencing Gender-Based Violence

Essential Services Improved to Support Women, Children Experiencing Gender-Based Violence

Women’s role in trade is increasing as they contribute not only to the growth of the economy, but also the harmony and sustainability of society.
Vietnam Working on Comprehensive Care Ecosystem for Old People

Vietnam Working on Comprehensive Care Ecosystem for Old People

UNFPA’s interventions towards the development of a care ecosystem for older persons in Vietnam
US$ 6.9 Million Project Further Helps Vietnam Promote Women's Rights

US$ 6.9 Million Project Further Helps Vietnam Promote Women's Rights

With the support of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Vietnam Farmers’ Union strikes to mobilize community participation to change their attitudes and take concrete actions to prevent gender-based violence and other harmful practices.
New Project between UNFPA and General Statistical Office Launched

New Project between UNFPA and General Statistical Office Launched

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), and General Statistics Office jointly launched a new project to produce and utilise quality population data for the formulation and implementation of socio-economic development policies, strategies, and programmes.
4-Year Project to Support Vietnam in Comprehensive Youth Development

4-Year Project to Support Vietnam in Comprehensive Youth Development

A new project launched to support Vietnam in the implementation and monitoring of the laws and policies for comprehensive youth development
Australia Pledges to Support Vietnam to Tackle Domestic Violence

Australia Pledges to Support Vietnam to Tackle Domestic Violence

Australia is committed to staying the course with the Government of Vietnam, and to support the realisation of the National Programme on Domestic Violence Prevention and Control’s goal.
Mobile Application Helps Vietnamese Women Monitor Reproductive Health

Mobile Application Helps Vietnamese Women Monitor Reproductive Health

Ministry of Health and the United Nations Population Fund launched a mobile app and handed over telehealth facility to improve sexual and reproductive health for ethnic minorities in the context of Covid-19
Joint Efforts Needed to Addressing Gender Biased Sex Selection and Related Harmful Practices

Joint Efforts Needed to Addressing Gender Biased Sex Selection and Related Harmful Practices

Together with UNFPA Representative, Norwegian Ambassador in Vietnam Grete Lochen highlighting the importance of this policy dialogue as a way to discuss and learn from international best practices to address gender biased sex selection.
Three UN Agencies Announce New Project to Enhance People with Disabilities' Rights

Three UN Agencies Announce New Project to Enhance People with Disabilities' Rights

A joint-United Nations project brings together the expertise and experience of three agencies to support national and provincial authorities and organizations of persons with disabilities.
UNFPA 10th Country Programme in Vietnam to “Leave No One Behind”

UNFPA 10th Country Programme in Vietnam to “Leave No One Behind”

The Executive Board of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has approved the 10th Country Programme for Vietnam in the amount of 26.5 million USD to achieve the sustainable development goals by 2030.
Shelter for Gender-Based Violence Victims Opened

Shelter for Gender-Based Violence Victims Opened

Another One Stop Service Centre has opened for survivors of gender-based violence in the central province of Thanh Hoa
Network for Development of Business Services for Older Persons Debuted

Network for Development of Business Services for Older Persons Debuted

Network for the Development of Business Services for Older Persons in Vietnam made its debut.
UNFPA, MoLISA Set Up Action Partnership Network to Prevent Gender-Based Violence

UNFPA, MoLISA Set Up Action Partnership Network to Prevent Gender-Based Violence

Action partnership network for gender-based violence prevention debuted.
Over 20 Provinces and Cities Received Additional Support Packages

Over 20 Provinces and Cities Received Additional Support Packages

Medical supplies, personal protective equipment and support packages will ensure the well-beings and safety of vulnerable population groups in Vietnam
Responding to Gender-Based Violence - Urgent Action to Protect Human Rights

Responding to Gender-Based Violence - Urgent Action to Protect Human Rights

62.9% of Vietnamese women experienced at least one or more types of violence in their lifetime by their husbands. If we consider the tangible losses (direct costs and lost jobs) and the intangible ones (loss of labor productivity), it is costing Vietnam’s national economy the equivalent of 1.8% of GDP, equivalent to VND 100,000 billion.
Returning Vietnamese Migrant Workers in 3 Provinces Received Support

Returning Vietnamese Migrant Workers in 3 Provinces Received Support

The youth-led initiatives help provide the young returning migrant workers with job replacement, income generation, life skills and sexual and reproductive health knowledge
Vietnam Improving Civil Registration of Births and Deaths

Vietnam Improving Civil Registration of Births and Deaths

Vietnam’s proportion of birth registration is currently very high - over 98%. But the death registration remains very low.
International Workshop Discusses Aging in ASEAN

International Workshop Discusses Aging in ASEAN

The workshop aims to build solidarity in the ASEAN community for healthy aging and innovation.
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