• The Thai Binh Provincial Women’s Union delivered 500 wheelchairs donated by LDSC to the disabled

    On the morning of June 3rd 2006, the Thai Binh Provincial Women’s Union together with the Thai Binh Association Of Assistance To The Disabled And The Orphans organized a ceremony to hand over 500 wheelchairs donated by the Latter-day Saint Charities (LDSC) with the support of Vietnam Women’s Union to the local recipients. Attending the ceremony were representatives of related agencies in Thai Binh and Vietnam Women’s Union.
  • 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner’s heart for Vietnam

    As news agencies reported that the Norwegian Nobel Committee had decided to award the Nobel Peace Prize 2006 to Muhammad Yunus and Grameen Bank, though it was midnight, many people who are working for hunger eradication and poverty alleviation organisations in Vietnam informed each other about this good news. That’s because Muhammad Yunus has had a strong attachment to Vietnam for more than a decade.
  • Hanoi Women’s Union holds 13th Congress

    Over the past five years, the union has encouraged municipal women to overcome difficulties and challenges, to make the best of advantages and new opportunities and to boost emulation movements for successful implementation of the resolutions adopted at the Union’s 12th Congress.
  • Special programme on Vietnam-Laos women televised live

    A special television programme on the relationship of Vietnamese and Lao women was televised live linking Hanoi with Vientiane on October 20.
  • Vietnam and Cambodia co-operate for women development

    Vietnam wants to enhance co-operation in hunger alleviation and the fight against women and children trafficking with Cambodia for the development and progress of the women of both countries.