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Anh Duong House provides a wide range of services, including health care, psychological support, counseling, social welfare services, emergency shelters, police protection, legal and justice services, and referrals for GBV survivors.
Vietnam has made significant progress in improving sexual and reproductive health over the past 20 years but disparities and inequalities still remain.
According to the UNFPA Representative, Vietnam is a signatory to international instruments on gender equality, women’s rights, and women’s empowerment.
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Dang Hoang Giang yesterday held separate talks with UNDP Resident Representative in Vietnam Caitlin Wiesen, and the UNFPA Representative in Vietnam Naomi Kitahara.
The results from Vietnam largest ever survey have painted a clearer picture of the lives of children and women in the country, touching on issues such as maternal health, education, equality and domestic violence.
Naomi Kitahara, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Representative in Vietnam, has called for joint efforts to ensure that all women and children in Vietnam.
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Vietnam and Vital Strategies on August 9 signed an agreement to continue supporting the Vietnamese Government’s efforts to improve civil registration and vital statistics.
The Ministry of Home Affairs on August 19 presented a “For the cause of the State organisation sector” insignia to Astrid Bant, the UNFPA’s Representative in Vietnam, in recognition of her contributions during her tenure in Vietnam.
UNFPA and the US-based pharmaceutical company Merc Sharp & Dohme will join hands to support the Ministry of Health to roll out the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination programme in Vietnam from 2019 – 2021.
The Ministry of Health and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) jointly launched The National Action Plan on Prevention and Control of Cervical Cancer in Viet Nam for the period from 2016 to 2025
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs and the United Nations Population Funds published materials for educating sexual and reproductive health and HIV prevention at vocational schools nationwide in Hanoi
VietNamNet Bridge – While the free market for contraceptive products and reproductive health commodities in Viet Nam is growing to meet increasing demand, its safety and quality remains questionable.
VietNamNet Bridge – More than a third of young Vietnamese still lack access to the contraception they need, as a result, the rates of unwanted pregnancies and unsafe abortions are still high amongst young girls.