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Waste-to-energy factory inaugurated in Can Tho city
A waste-to-energy factory was inaugurated in Thoi Lai district of Can Tho on December 8th, expected to help address the solid waste pollution facing the Mekong Delta city recently.
Journalism for sustainable development prizes awarded
10:46 25/11/2018
A total of 10 prizes have been granted to outstanding reporters at the Journalism for Sustainable Development Award 2018 awards ceremony.
Labor export markets expand for high quality human resources
10:11 21/11/2018
Labor export is considered a potential market as it sends just less than USD2 billion each year to the country. Vietnamese laborers are currently favoured in diverse countries, and the country is trying to increase the quality of labor export by professionalizing its training programs.
Hoi An city: Water treatment plant using Japanese ODA inaugurated
16:46 19/11/2018
After 19 months of construction using ODA funding from Japan, the waste water treatment plant in Cau bridge area, Quang Nam province’s Hoi An city, has been inaugurated.
Over 4,000 people run for the poor
16:44 19/11/2018
Over 4,000 people joined a walk held on November 18th to raise funds for the poor in Ho Chi Minh city’s Phu Nhuan district.
Vietnam helps Laos build topographic database
11:19 17/11/2018
Vietnam has helped Laos complete the building of a digital topographic database and a topographic map of its northern and central region, serving the country’s socio-economic development and environmental management.
Promoting gender and social inclusion in agricultural research in Vietnam
16:25 15/11/2018
(CPV) - The Australian Government on November 15th-16th organizes a regional workshop in Hanoi to close its 18-month gender project of “Integrating gender and social inclusion into agricultural value-chain research in Vietnam”.
Netherlands helps to improve water supply capacity in Mekong Delta
10:11 15/11/2018
Representatives of the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho and the Netherlands’ Vitens Evides International (VEI) company held a discussion on the WaterWorX project, which aims to orient the water supply to be adaptable to the effects of climate change in the southwest of Mekong River Delta, funded by the company and the Dutch Government.
Over 50,000 people join in protecting child rights
16:38 14/11/2018
After 10 years of development, the Vietnam Association for Protection of Child’s Rights has established 18 units at the provincial level, 42 sub-associations and 6 centers, with over 50,000 members across 38 localities.
Vietnam plans to develop new industrial relations
11:19 11/11/2018
It is time for Vietnam to develop a new industrial relations framework to boost economic growth and enterprise productivity and ensure workers receive a fair share of the gains produced through their labour.