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A 12-year-old boy in Hanoi fell to his death from an apartment building, sparking concerns over children’s mental wellbeing and parents’ negligence on the matter, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tao experienced his first trekking trip in his life when he was 22 months old on August 29. He was able to "conquer" a primitive cave in Gia Luan commune on Cat Ba Island.
The Embassy of Japan and UNICEF Vietnam has announced a four-year project to enhance resilience to disaster risk and climate change for children.
A series of world classic books for children have recently been introduced to the local book market.
Doctors and parents are concerned about the impact videos with harmful content are having on children.
All children under seven years old in Việt Nam will be given free vaccination against diphtheria.
Covid-19 is disrupting immunisation campaigns and could cause many preventable deaths, experts warn.
Whilst cheerful children tend to be the centre of attention for many photographers, a range of elegant pictures can be snapped to preserve precious childhood memories.
No single country is adequately protecting children’s health, their environment and their futures, according to a report released recently by a commission convened by the World Health Organization, UNICEF and The Lancet.
Vietnam needs new approaches that are designed based on geographic conditions and cultural characteristics of ethnic minority communities to address the persistent malnutrition among ethnic minority children, said a WB report.
A recent survey has found that 68 percent of children between the ages of one and 14 had been on the receiving end of violence at the hands of their parents and relatives.
Celebrations for the Mid-Autumn Festival came early to children from ethnic minority backgrounds in Lao Kho village of Phieng Khoai commune in Yen Chau district.
Celebrations for the Mid-Autumn Festival came early to children from ethnic minority backgrounds in Lao Kho village of Phieng Khoai commune in Yen Chau district, located in the northern mountainous province of Son La which shares a border with Laos.
More than 160 young people, representing the 26 million children of Vietnam, gathered in Hanoi this week to express their concern over child-related issues and propose recommendations to State officials.
The UN Women in Vietnam, the Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU), and the Vietnamese Women’s Museum launched a mobile exhibition themed “The safe journey” on March 6 to raise public awareness of ensuring safety for women and children.