In the morning of August, 23rd, 2006, the Center for Women and Development at the Head Office of Viet Nam Women's Union held a workshop to share experiences, which would help the Center in conducting entrepreneurs supporting activities.
At the invitation of Norwegian Embassy, the delegation of the National Committee for the Advancement of Vietnamese Women led by Mme. Ha Thi Khiet, member of the Central Party Committee, President of the National Committee for the Advancement of Vietnamese Women together with 12 other members from several departments and agencies visited Kingdom of Norway from 23-29 Sep 2006.
On a visit to Viet Nam to study and exchange experiences on August, 8th 2006, the Laotian Health Minister, Vice Chairman of Laotian Committee for Mothers and Children, Ponemek Dalaloy together with the senior official delegation of Laotian Committee of Mothers and Children worked with the Viet Nam Women's Union.
At the ceremony to praise and acknowledge Hanoi’s Top Students of university/institutions for the school year 2005-2006, 93 Top Graduates were named in The Yellow Book of Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (The first university of Viet Nam). 64 of these graduates were female, accounting for 68,8%.
Based on the functions and tasks of the Centre for Women and Development (CWD), the identification of which direction/orientation to be feasible, efficient and sustainable in business development services activities has been discussed actively at the Seminar on SWOT analyzing and planning which was organized by CWD (Vietnam Women’s Union) on the 4th-5th July, 2006 at VWU’s office.
Lead by Ms. Eleva Villalobos Prats, the mission of Development and Peace Organization (Spanish) visited project “Improving Economic and Health condition of 750 rural households in 5 communes of Quang Xuong district, Thanh Hoa province”, from 31st July - 1st, August 2006.
In the field of growing and producing mushroom, especially mushroom mould and Linh Chi mushroom (a kind of fungus), it can be said that she is the first person who is successful in central provinces. Her success originates from the responsibility of a head of a cooperative for poor members.