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Cổng Thông tin điện tử Bộ Lao động - Thương binh & Xã hội - Hỏi đáp.
Child Care and protection
CHILD CARE AND PROTECTION
National fund supports COVID-19-hit children
The National Fund for Vietnamese Children has provided 7.78 billion VND (342,572 USD) to children orphaned by COVID-19 and offered aid of over 7 billion VND 308,263 USD) in cash and kind to 12,800 others affected by the pandemic.
Enhancing regional cooperation in legal research on sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism
On October 27th, in Hanoi, Vietnamese Ministry of Justice and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) jointly held the second session on legal research on sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism. Attending the session was senior representatives from the four countries in the region, as well as representatives from the UN, the British Embassy, JICA and other development partners.
Children celebrate mid-autumn festival
State and local officials have granted gifts to children, especially, poor, underprivileged and ill children across the country on the occasion of this year’s Mid-autumn festival, annually held on the 15th day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar (September 15 this year).
Dong Nai pays attention to taking care of children
The southeastern province of Dong Nai approved a programme on protecting and taking care of children in the province from now to 2020.
Hanoi targets care for 98 percent of children in special circumstances
The capital city of Hanoi has targeted that 98 percent of local underprivileged children will receive assistance and protection between now and 2020.
Government cracks down on child labour
The Ministry of Labour- Invalids and Social Affairs has urged local authorities to increase inspections and punish all establishments using child labour or forced labour. They are to report their findings by November 15.
Child adoption registration fee announced
Foreigners residing in Vietnam will have to pay a registration fee of 4.5 million VND (204 USD) to adopt a Vietnamese child, the same level for foreigners residing in border areas of Vietnam’s neighbouring countries who wish to adopt a Vietnamese child in Vietnam’s border localities.
Choir performs for disabled kids
Musical project Look at the World which aims to raise funds for the programme Thien Nhan and Friends will be organised at Hanoi Opera House on July 20.
New Legal Document
Launching a Campaign of Blue Heart 2022
Minister Dao Ngoc Dung receives Japanese Minister of Justice
Minister Dao Ngoc Dung receives Director of ILO Office in Vietnam
Join hands to improve essential services to support women and girls experiencing gender-based violence
Deputy Minister Nguyen Thi Ha awards a medal for the cause of Labour – Invalids and Social Affairs to ...
Signing Ceremony of the MOU on the technical internship training program for Vietnamese technical interns ...
Deputy Minister Le Van Thanh receives Delegation of Manpower Group
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh talks with workers nationwide
Vietnam pledges to join hands in tackling challenges of the future work
Promoting labour cooperation between Vietnam and Hungary
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