Thi Dunh’s household in Bu Croai village is poor and unable to escape from poverty. She is too old to work. In her house, which she received from the State in 2004, is nothing worth more than 50,000 VND. Dunh and her granddaughter live on a monthly subsidy of 270,000 VND from the State and earnings from shelling cashew nuts. … [Read more...] about Unceasing efforts to reduce poverty in ethnic minority areas
Ethnic minorities youth
As the highway passes through the communes of Châu Kim, Châu Thôn and Tri Lễ in Quế Phong District to Nhôn Mai and Mai Sơn communes in Tương Dương District, and Mỹ Lý, Bắc Lý, Huổi Tụ, Phà Đánh and Tạ Cạ communes in Kỳ Sơn District, several residential areas and busy commercial centres have sprung up. … [Read more...] about Road leads to better lives for ethnic minority groups
Hanoi (VNA) - The Ministry of Home Affairs and the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) organised a conference on September 10 on implementing the 2020 Youth Law. The 14th National Assembly passed the revised law at its ninth session in June, replacing the 2005 version. It will come into effect on January 1 next year. Comprising seven chapters with 41 articles, the 2020 Youth Law covers Vietnamese citizens between 16 and 30 years of age along with agencies, organisations, individuals, schools, and families. It regulates the rights, obligations, and responsibilities of the country’s young people, State policies towards young people, the responsibilities of agencies, schools, families, individuals, youth organisations, and other organisations towards young people, and State management over young people. In his opening remarks at the conference, Vice Minister of Home Affairs Tran Anh Tuan said young people account for 24.6 percent of Vietnam’s population and their development will … [Read more...] about Conference highlights implementation of 2020 Youth Law
Doan Anh Duong , director of the Doan Anh Duong company, said a culture and exhibition fair was organised for the first time last year at the Quang Ngai Old Citadel and became a rendezvous point for ethnic groups living in mountainous districts in the province. It also acts as a venue for the sharing of cultures between ethnic groups and tourists and for promoting local crafts. … [Read more...] about Elegant weaving of local allure
Binh Thuan central province, few think their children will study in university. Thanks to loans from the Vietnam Bank for Policy Policies, thousands of households have escaped from poverty, with their children not only receiving vocational training but also attending prestigious universities in the fields of pedagogy, banking, and medicine and health care. … [Read more...] about When the Party’s Directive 40 spreads in life!