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Vietnam saw a total of 930,000 children having to leave their homes in the six-year period between 2016 and 2021 due to extreme weather phenomena such as floods, storms and drought, according to UNICEF's latest report.
American actor Danny Glover touched down in Hanoi on August 1 to join in activities as a Goodwill Ambassador of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).
The US Agency for International Development, in partnership with UNICEF, has delivered 590 vaccine refrigerators to Vietnam as part of the support to further improve cold chain systems for routine immunization and COVID-19 vaccination campaigns.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) have agreed to ensure vaccine supply to support Vietnam’s expanded vaccination programme, Minister of Health Dao Hong Lan has said.
Belgium’s Queen Mathilde, who is Honorary President of UNICEF Belgium, has wrapped up her three-day visit to Vietnam
Vietnam is among four countries demonstrating gender parity in digital skills, according to a new UNICEF analysis which was issued on International Day of Girls in ICT (April 27).
The British Embassy Hanoi and UNICEF have handed over £500,000 in life-saving equipment to the Ministry of Health to assist recovery of Vietnam’s health system.
UNICEF Vietnam expressed its concern over children and families in the country vulnerable to Typhoon Noru, saying it stands ready to support the Government of Vietnam in responding to the most powerful storm to hit Vietnam in 20 years.
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.
Light Up Blue for World Children’s Day is a global initiative. Many buildings in Vietnam's largest cities joined the initiative this year.
The Embassy of Japan and UNICEF Vietnam has announced a four-year project to enhance resilience to disaster risk and climate change for children.
The Australia-UNICEF partnership on vaccine delivery assistance in Vietnam has delivered 1,910 vaccine refrigerators, 5,000,000 syringes and 50,000 safety boxes to Vietnam.
Children under the age of 2 are not getting the food or nutrients they need to thrive and grow well, leading to irreversible developmental harm, according to a new report by UNICEF.
Due to the shortage of a global supply of Covid-19 vaccines, the vaccine batch provided for Vietnam by the COVAX program may arrive in Vietnam later than scheduled.
Children, adolescents and young people living in Vietnam, aged between 8 and 18, have been invited to take part in a “green challenge” organised by UNICEF and partners.
Covid-19 is disrupting immunisation campaigns and could cause many preventable deaths, experts warn.
The Ministry of Information and Communications, in collaboration with UNICEF, organised a conference to gather ideas on a project to protect and support children in cyberspace during the 2020-2025 period,
A cartoon animation addressing climate change, based on a story from a young Vietnamese girl, has been introduced to the public by UNICEF in Vietnam. Let’s meet the little painter to learn more.
An animation addressing climate change, based on a story of a Vietnamese student in Hanoi, has been introduced by The United Nations Children's Fund (UNCEF) in Vietnam.
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.