In his remarks, MoLISA Minister Dao Ngoc Dung said the Party, State, the community, parents, and teachers have always focused on the care of children. He highlighted joint efforts made in child protection and the prevention of child abuse, saying such work should not be placed on only a few ministries and agencies but instead shared by socio-political organisations, families, schools, and the community. The minister spoke of tasks that need coordination, such as completing relevant institutions, policies and laws and seriously observing laws. Better communications work would equip children with the necessary knowledge and skills to protect themselves, Dung said, stressing the responsibility of leaders of agencies and units in child abuse cases. Rana Flowers, UNICEF Chief Representative in Vietnam, called for efforts to build a country and a post-pandemic world where children can be safe and free from abuse. During the month of action there will be a range of activities … [Read more...] about Action month against child abuse launched
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Nguyen Thi Ngoc Thanh is a secondary school teacher. She got married and had two children. Unfortunately, her eldest daughter has Down syndrome and her second son has congenital chest deformity. Over three years ago, Thanh's mother was diagnosed with uterine cancer and two years later, Thanh was diagnosed with the disease. The family spent all money they had and borrowed VND200m to pay for treatment and support the children. "I have to close the shop to look after my wife and son in the hospital and my daughter at home. I have lost many customers," Thanh's husband said. Recently, Thanh's son cracked his skull during a traffic accident and had to be hospitalised. On July 9, Pham Tam, Dantri's representative in Can Tho Province visited Thanh's family with the leaders at Binh Thuy District's People's Committee and the Department of Education and Training. They transferred the donation of over VND207m to the family. "After our story was published, many people have called us for … [Read more...] about Dantri readers support ill teacher with VND207m
The ministry called on Vietnamese students in the U.S. to stay calm and keep close watch on developments to make informed decisions. (Photo for illustration: hanoimoi.com.vn) If they have to return home and study online, they must register with the Vietnamese Embassy in the U.S., the ministry said, adding that it will coordinate with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to propose the organisation of flights to bring the students home. … [Read more...] about Ministry to support Vietnamese students in U.S.
More than 327,000 workers in the city were laid off in the first half, he said. Tourism and other services were the hardest hit with some 4,400 enterprises affected and 100,000-120,000 workers laid off. To protect workers’ rights, the department has set up working groups to support businesses and ensure employees are treated in accordance with legal provisions, he said. “Enterprises that lay off workers must notify them 45 days in advance.” In addition, companies must have additional support policies for more vulnerable employees such as seniors and pregnant women, he added. “Of the nearly 2,800 PouYuen workers in Binh Tan district who have been laid off, 745 want to stay in the city. We will look for businesses in the same industry to find jobs for those workers.” The department is working with eight companies in Go Vap district to recruit 2,222 workers who had been laid off by Hue Phong Footwear JSC in the district, he said. The department has … [Read more...] about HCM City promises support for laid off workers due to COVID-19
At the signing ceremony Vietnam Airlines General Director Duong Tri Thanh said the firm will give the best possible conditions for the transportation, including free transportation for boxes containing tissues and organs. To ensure timely transport, it has also set up a specific process for tissue and organ transportation and quick response teams to deal with emergencies. … [Read more...] about Vietnam Airlines pledges to support tissue, organ transportation