• Vietnam to host Miss World

    A signing ceremony on the organisation of Miss World 2010 in Vietnam took place in Ho Chi Minh City on July 9.
  • Ho Ngoc Ha wins golden album

    The contest organised by HTV in collaboration with Cat Tien Sa Co. was held since 2006 to recognize new best albums of Vietnamese singers of the month and the year.
  • Tổ chức Chiến dịch truyền thông phòng chống buôn bán phụ nữ, trẻ em

    Tại Trường tiểu học "B" Khánh Bình (An Phú, An Giang), Hội Liên hiệp Phụ nữ tỉnh An Giang phối hợp Hội Phụ nữ vì Hòa bình và phát triển 2 tỉnh Tàkeo, Kandal (vương quốc Campuchia)vừa tổ chức chiến dịch truyền thông phòng chống buôn bán phụ nữ, trẻ em.
  • Vietnam – UNDP co-operation on women cadres training

    Representatives from the Foreign Ministry of Vietnam and the United Nations Development Programme on July 21 signed a document on the project called Empowerment of Women in the Public Sector in the Context of International Economic Integration.
  • PM calls for more attention to family planning

    Spotlighting a surge in the number of women having a third child since the beginning of the year, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has asked the entire government system to implement population and family planning policies.
  • Vietnam image advertised through Miss Universe pageant 2008

    Nearly one billion from 170 countries and territories worldwide watched the crowning ceremony of the Miss Universe pageant 2008 through television broadcast live from Diamond Bay resort of Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa. Together with beauty queens, natural landscapes, culture imbued with national identity and hospitable people of Vietnam has been advertised worldwide.
  • Vietnam Children Choir wins silver at 5th World Choir Games

    Vietnam Children Choir (VCC) has won the silver medal at the fifth World Choir Games (WCG) held in Graz, Austria from July 9 to 19.
  • New forms of family appear: survey

    The first national survey on Vietnamese families was released on June 26, revealing surprising information. Notably, there are a lot of parents who don’t pay attention to their children and domestic violence exists in a high number of families.
  • Gender stereotyping results in male teacher shortages

    Six-year-old Nguyen Khanh Linh is astonished to see a television cartoon of a male bear teaching a class.
  • Value of women’s house work evaluated

    Vietnamese women spend up to thrice as much time on unpaid housework compared to men, according to a recent survey conducted by Healthbrigde Canada and the Institute for Social Development Studies.