A woman in HCM City has saved hundreds of dogs and cats from slaughterhouses and given them a new home.
Overcoming the trauma of being sexually abused and having a poor childhood, a Vietnamese-French writer hopes to bring a better future to ethnic minority children in Vietnam.
In addition to research, scientists must keep watch and take care of fish being bred at the Nha Trang Oceanography Institute in Khanh Hoa province.
“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.
Nguyen Van Chuc, 65, once lived on a wooden boat. When the boat got seriously damaged, he set up a small house between the old and the new BinhLoi Bridges that helped shield him from the sun and rain.
Living alone in the largest cemetery in HCM City over the past 40 years, Nghia accepts the deceased as her parents and adopted children, and volunteers to take care of the graves.
Thousands of people of different generations have volunteered to join the country’s efforts in the fight against COVID-19, and their acts of kindness have contributed to helping many overcome the most difficult times in their lives.
Born and reared in the deep green forest land of Ninh Binh and having traveled the globe, Nguyen Van Thai has always returned to appreciate, love, defend and safeguard the forests.
Well into her sixties, Ho Thi Dan from Krong Klang Town, Dakrong District, central Quang Tri Province, has embarked on a brand new adventure: going to school.
The President of Kim Oanh Charity Foundation said that when entrepreneurs donate to the poor, they should not worry too much about other people’s negative opinions.
Nguyen Ngoc Manh, a truck driver, became known throughout the country after he saved a little girl who fell from a Hanoi apartment complex in February.
Scuba diver Nguyen Van Duc is dedicated to cleaning the ocean and he hopes his work will inspire others to do the same.
'Unsung heroes' help transport mothers, newborn babies back to their hometowns during COVID-19 outbreak
As someone who often takes part in many charitable activities, Nguyen Dinh Ba, chairman of the Vietnam Red Cross Society chapter at Quang Trung College in HCM City, wanted to do something to help others during the fourth COVID-19 wave this summer.
The labor market mostly recovered when Covid-19 cooled down and as a result, it has been difficult for many firms to gather employees.