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From 11 to 13 March 2018, a training of trainers on Internet safety was organised by ChildFund Vietnam. 20 volunteer youth trainers attending the training will be delivering Internet safety lessons to children and their parents using tailored and general existing applications, social media tools and platforms.
Nguyen Thi Bich Lien and Mr. Vuong Dinh Giap, Acting Country Directors of ChildFund Vietnam participated in the conference on reviewing the implementation of the National Program 2013-2017 conducted by the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO) in December 2017 in Hanoi.
NEW YORK, 26 JULY 2017: ChildFund Pass It Back, a unique sport for development program in Asia, has won the UNICEF Safeguarding Children in Sport Award at the prestigious Beyond Sport Global Awards
Significant economic development, coupled with increased investments in education and healthcare, has greatly reduced Vietnam’s infant mortality rate. In 2017, 60 per cent fewer children under the age of one die than in 1964.
Childhood illness is very dangerous for children because it can lead quickly to fatal injury or death if adults do not have enough knowledge and skills of proper treatment. Statistics show 48.8% of the children mortality in Hoa Binh are new born babies.  The training session on IMCI for communal and district health staff in Kim Boi