• A US librarian and devotion to Vietnamese children schooling

    A love of books and learning made Ms. Elizabeth Sibley join the library profession 38 years ago and she has served in over a dozen different libraries mostly in the San Francisco Bay Area where she lives with her husband Chuck.
  • Where there's a will...

    The eight-year-old Le Thi Tham, a Grade 2 pupil in Dong Son District of the northern province of Thanh Hoa, writes, draws and does daily activities using only her feet.
  • VWU letter to Korean organizations

    Yesterday (Apr. 28), together with a letter to the Chosun Daily, VWU sent letters to several Korean organizations, namely the Ministry of Gender Equality, Korea Women’s Inventors Association, Dasi Hamkle Center, Korea Women’s Hot Line, Korea Women’s Development Institute and Korea Women Entrepreneurs Association, as follows:
  • VWU letter to the Korean Chosun Daily

    Yesterday (Apr. 27), VWU sent a letter to the Korean Chosun Daily as follows:
  • Celebration of the successful accomplishment of the Xth Party Congress

    Right after the conclusion of the Xth Party National Congress in the morning of Apr. 24, 2006, that afternoon the Party, Trade Union and Youth Union of the Vietnam Women’s Union head office organized a celebration of the Party success.
  • Viet Nam, UN intensify fight against human trafficking

    The Ministry of Public Security and the UN Organisation for Drugs and Crimes (UNODC)-Viet Nam Office have agreed on a target of a 50 percent reduction the number of human trafficking crimes by 2010.
  • Koreans run charitable program in VN

    On April 24 – 30, Korean Television KBS, LG Company, and the Korean Fund for Social Activities will inaugurate ‘Love Request”, a charitable program for children in Ho Chi Minh City.
  • Gender equality achievements facilitate women’s social activities

    After 20 years of implementing the Doi Moi (Renewal) process initiated and led by the Party, Vietnam has recorded tremendous achievements. As a result, women’s material and spiritual lives and position have constantly improved while gender quality has made remarkable progress, said Ha Thi Khiet, Chairwoman of the Vietnam Women’s Union in her report at the 10th Party Congress.
  • The painful path to human trafficking

    When a trafficked woman returns to her homeland from China, more than likely she will come back to a life full of loneliness and regrets.
  • Online shop opens cyber-market for disabled handicraft makers

    Just a click away, web browsers can now place orders for handicrafts at an online market recently launched by two young people in Hanoi.