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Hair station boosts confidence for young cancer patients

Many children with cancer lose their hair during chemotherapy, but really they lose much more… their dignity and confidence.

Japanese woman wholeheartedly runs projects on clean agriculture in Vietnam

In hope of promoting environmentally friendly agriculture and supporting community development in Vietnam, Ms. Ino Mayu, founder of the non-governmental organization Seed To Table, has taken actions in every village to support clean agriculture.

Hiking event in France raises funds for disadvantaged Vietnamese children

A hiking event was recently held in the French city of Domats, with nearly 30 local residents taking part, in response to the “Children’s Walk For Hope 2023" campaign initiated by the Christina Noble Children's Foundation (CNCF).

Tan Hiep Phat Group presents gifts to orphaned children in HCMC

Through the program “Walking forward with you”, Tan Hiep Phat Group committed to provide financial support to 49 orphans by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Japanese artist to hold charity concert for children with cancer

Japanese pianist Keiko Borujeson will play a jazz charity concert at the U Café in the ancient town of Hoi An on March 24 to raise funds for children with cancer under treatment at the Da Nang Oncology Hospital.

PM orders nationwide inspection of donations to relics, temples, pagodas

The inspection by the Ministry of Finance, in coordination with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, will exclude donations used for religious activities in temples and pagodas.

Vietnamese American singer brings Tet Holiday joy to disadvantaged children

In hope to bring the children who lost their parents because of Covid-19 a warm spring holiday, Vietnamese American singer Ha Phuong spent a day to enjoy Tet with them.

Sao Mai Group brings a warm Tet to everyone

Welcome the Lunar New Year 2023 (Tet holiday), Sao Mai Group has brought a warm and united Tet flavor to the people in disadvantaged circumstances.

Facing the World: A journey to bring back smiles to unfortunate children

Katrin has compassion for Vietnamese children with birth defects and the motivation for her to pursue a journey that has brought about life changes for thousands of unfortunate children in Vietnam.

Poor motorbike taxi driver helps disabled, elderly for free for five years

Many people think Le Minh Thien is someone who needs help but he has always believed since he was a child that he should help others.

In small pagoda, a monk repairs used wheelchairs for charity

Over the last seven years, Monk Thich Duc Minh has been recycling old wheelchairs for people with disabilities living in the country.

Bridge builders bring new life to hundreds of villages

“After the bridges are built, when we return to the localities, we can see different images – the deserted roads in the past are now bustling with much traffic,” said Dinh Thi Nhung, founder and manager of the Tu Tam charity group.

Stronger partnership strengthens health care for long-lasting impact

As Vietnam battles the 4th wave of COVID-19 pandemic lingering since late April, much of the country's resources have been streamlined to treat the infected people, limit transmissions and accelerate the national vaccination campaign.

Swedish couple help the poor in their ‘second homeland’

Having loved Vietnam since the day they set foot on the land, the Swedish couple Kawa Wandi and Nishte have been living in Hoi An City for two years.

Painting exhibition and auction raises money for COVID-hit students

To raise funds for students struggling with the impacts of COVID-19, seventy pieces of art have gone on display at an exhibition entitled Chia Sẻ Yêu Thương (Sharing Love) in HCM City. 

Pet-loving expat in HCM City makes wheelchairs for handicapped animals

Driven by a deep love for pets, a Colombian expat in HCM City has been making wheelchairs for disabled dogs and cats for about four years.

The woman who is mother to hundreds of abandoned children

Ms. Huong, who has been taking care of hundreds of abandoned children for almost 30 years, is unconcerned about her personal happiness and instead gives all of her time and affection to the kids.

New schools built on small change

If 100,000 people donated VND2,000 per day, 292 schools could be built every year.

Vietnamese expatriates donate VND3 billion more to COVID-19 fight

Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son on October 8 handed over VND3 billion donated by Vietnamese expatriates abroad to the Vietnam Fatherland Front to support the National COVID-19 Vaccine Fund and the ongoing fight against the virus.

Poor students to access the internet thanks to special programme

The COVID-19 pandemic has had many impacts socio-economic life, in which education is one of the most affected industries and the sector has implemented online teaching and learning to adapt to the new situation.