• Viet Nam needs more contraceptives

    Viet Nam needs to invest over VND970 billion (US$60.6 million) to adequately supply the country with much needed contraceptives, according to the Committee for Population, Family and Children.
  • Drugs – shortest way to be infected with AIDS

    Over the past recent years, there has been a distinct increase in the number of young people addicted to drugs. Drugs have become a global risk, a disaster for every family and causes for crime and , social disorder. Drugs effect health and are a short bridge to death through AIDS.
  • Nearly 1,000 pregnant mothers in Thanh Hoa participated in the workshop “Healthy gestation and healthy foetus”

    From 25-26 June 2007, Thanh Hoa WU in coordination with Family & Welfare newspaper, United Pharma Company - Vietnam, Reproductive Health Care Dept. (Ministry of Health) organized workshop “Healthy gestation and healthy foetus” in 2 districts of Yen Dinh & Trieu Son, Thanh Hoa province.

  • Government works hard against HIV/AIDS

    The Vietnamese Government is pumping more money into the fight against HIV/AIDS and has issued a series of documents aimed at bolstering care and treatment for HIV/AIDS patients.

  • Women can turn the tide in HIV/AIDS epidemic

    Keynote address of Dr Margaret Chan - Director-General of the World Health Organization At the International Women’s Summit: Women’s Leadership on HIV and AIDS Nairobi, Kenya, 5 July 2007