• President Nguyen Thi Thanh Hoa received Chinese Women Entrepreneur Association Delegation

    In the afternoon of 31st, March, Mme. Nguyen Thi Thanh Hoa, member of the Central Party’s Committee, President of the Vietnam Women’s Union, warmly welcomed the Chinese Entrepreneur delegation at the Headquarter of the Vietnam Women’s Union in Hanoi on the occasion of the delegation’s working visit to Vietnam.
  • UN missive calls for gender equality

    UNAIDS Viet Nam representative, Eamonn Murphy has delivered a special message for men for International Women’s Day that falls today.
  • Activities to mark World AIDS Day

    A series of activities will be organised from November 10-December 10 by the Vietnam HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Department in response to World AIDS Day.
  • Vietnamese NGOs adopt HIV/AIDS prevention plan

    Representatives from Vietnamese non-governmental organisations (NGO)s adopted an action plan on HIV/AIDS prevention and control from now until the decade-end at a workshop in Hanoi on November 13.
  • World Vision helps poor district

    As many as 11 villages and townships in poverty-stricken Quan Hoa district in central Thanh Hoa province will benefit from a World Vision project on sustainable development.
  • Asian-Pacific Workshop on “Gender and Aid Effectiveness”

    From 22nd to 24thAugust 2007, Mme. Ha Thi Khiet, Chairwoman of NCFAW and VWU’s President, attended the Asian-Pacific workshop on “Gender and Aid Effectiveness,” which was organized in Jakarta by UNIFEM and the Ministry for Promoting the Empowerment of Women (Indonesia).
  • Women delegates from Vientiane, Laos visit the Vietnam Women’s Union

    While visiting and working with the Hanoi Women’s Union, on the afternoon of 23rd August, the delegation of the Vientiane Women’s Union, headed by Mme. Bualon Vong Dalaxen, President of the Vientiane Women’s Union, visited the Vietnam Women’s Union. The delegation was received by Mme. Nguyen Thi Thanh Hoa, Standing Vice President of the Vietnam Women’s Union.
  • Oxfam donates $200,000 to aid flood victims of Typhoon No 2

    Some 30,000 villagers of Ha Tinh Province in communes hardest hit by Typhoon No 2 earlier this month will benefit from a new humanitarian project run by international aid agency Oxfam that began yesterday.
  • Signing Ceremony of a Project Providing Support to International Marriage

    To protect interests of the Vietnamese brides in foreign marriage and family relations, contributing to put strict implementation of regulations of Law on Marriage and Family relating to marriage to foreigners.
  • USS Peleliu hospital ship helping with charity activities in Da Nang City

    Captain Bruce Stewart, director of the Pacific Partnership Programme, gave a token of presents worth US$100,000 to charity organsations, street children centres and associations in support of children in Central Da Nang City.