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Most of the 1,500 orphaned COVID-19 youngsters are living in families of freelance workers in HCM City. Without financial or spiritual assistance, the previously limited path to these children's future has become even more bleak. 

 

Safe cocoons protect children orphaned by Covid-19

Most of the 1,500 orphaned COVID-19 youngsters are living in families of freelance workers in HCM City. Without financial or spiritual assistance, the previously limited path to these children's future has become even more bleak. 

Nearly 2,100 children nationwide orphaned by COVID-19

As many as 2,093 children, including more than 1,500 in Ho Chi Minh City, have fallen victims to the latest COVID-19 outbreak after their parents died of the virus.

Prime Minister requests policy to support children orphaned in the pandemic

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has asked the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs and local authorities to count the number of children who became orphans in the Covid-19 epidemic and propose policies to support them.

Orphans to be given support to study until age of 18: HCMC chairman

HCM City Chairman Phan Van Mai said the city will issue a support policy for children who have lost their parents due to Covid-19.

HCMC gives monthly allowance to orphans whose parents die of Covid-19

A child under four years old whose both parents died of the coronavirus will be granted VND900,000 a month while those over four years old will receive VND 540,000 per month,

Mother of SOS Village bringing life to orphans

Lo Thi Tim, from the northern mountainous province of Dien Bien, has devoted her life to SOS Children's Village, saying that she was absolutely right in choosing this humanitarian job.

Charity class makes dreams come true for needy children

On an area of 10 square metres in a narrow alley on Sai Gon riverbank is a special classroom which has operated for more than 20 years making literary dreams come true for many underprivileged children in the city.

Hanoi Miracle Choir and Orchestra: When music changes life

Every Sunday afternoon, the Miracle Bus starts its trip around Hanoi to pick up students, who are residents of charity houses and social protection centers for orphans and poor children, before delivering them to the Korean International School,

Underprivileged kids to get full taste of Tet

HCM City orphans and disabled kids will enjoy the spring festival this year, replete with traditional food and activities, thanks to the generosity of city fathers, students and sponsors.