• A day with HIV-positive children

    All children at the Tan Binh Charity House (Ho Chi Minh City) have had bad luck since their births. They were infected with HIV from their parents and most of them were abandoned, then later adopted by the House staff when many orphanages in the region found them in the maternity hospitals.
  • Family with nine volunteer blood donors

    The family of LeThi Theu, a Co Tu ethnic woman, in Par Nghi II village, A Ngo commune, A Luoi district, Thua Thien Hue province has had nine members volunteering to give their blood in the past years.
  • Health care project helps women and kids

    An ongoing community health care project organised by Johnson & Johnson Co. has offered two new programmes in Ha Noi.
  • Labor Hero title awarded to a nun

    On the occasion of the 51 anniversary of the Vietnam Day for Medical Doctors (27 Feb. 1955 – 27 Feb. 2006), the People’s Committee and the Health Department of Lam Dong province, at the decision by the Chairman of the State, organized a ceremony on 25 Feb.
  • Red Cross launches AO victim support project

    The Viet Nam Red Cross has recently launched a project on "Supporting Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims in the Central Highlands and southern Tay Ninh province" for the 2006-2010 period.