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16/10/2019

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American economist helps measure economic benefits against environmental impacts

American economist helps measure economic benefits against environmental impacts

04/09/2019 11:02 GMT+7

Dr. Spencer Phillips, an ecological economist from the US, is working in Vietnam to help the community better understand the relationship between the economy and the environment and nature and human life in the context of global climate change. 
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A Japanese friend of Vietnamese children

A Japanese friend of Vietnamese children

13/08/2019 12:46 GMT+7

Artist Nagano Hideko is loved by Vietnamese children for her interesting picture books and her talks full of laughter.
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Australian project promotes sustainable livelihood for farmers

Australian project promotes sustainable livelihood for farmers

09/07/2019 14:50 GMT+7

Farmers in Son La province have benefited from a safe vegetable production model initiated by the Australian Center for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR). By applying new cultivation methods, many ethnic families have escaped from poverty and earned a good income.
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Ambassador Gareth Ward: Enjoying Vietnamese experiences

Ambassador Gareth Ward: Enjoying Vietnamese experiences

28/06/2019 15:05 GMT+7

Working in many areas to boost bilateral cooperation, including education, health and culture, British Ambassador Gareth Ward has felt a deep love for Vietnam. For the ambassador, his appointment in this country is not merely a duty. Much more than that, it is a meaningful experience.
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WB helps leading university improve quality of education

WB helps leading university improve quality of education

13/06/2019 14:44 GMT+7

Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) has received 50 million US dollars from the World Bank under a project worth 155 million US dollars to improve the quality of higher education at three universities in Vietnam.
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Danish professor inspires people-centered cities

Danish professor inspires people-centered cities

11/05/2019 14:12 GMT+7

Professor Jan Gehl from Denmark hopes to help Vietnamese policymakers take a people-first approach to urban planning with his book “Cities for people”. Vietnam is the 34th country where the book has been translated and published with a free copyright.
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Hanoi turns green in response to environmental campaign

Hanoi turns green in response to environmental campaign

05/05/2019 08:01 GMT+7

Hanoi’s Pen Tower next to Hoan Kiem Lake was lit up with green lights on March 16 along with 400 of the world’s most famous landmarks to celebrate St Patrick’s Day - Ireland’s national day.
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CNCF: Working for a better future for children

CNCF: Working for a better future for children

12/04/2019 11:11 GMT+7

Established in Vietnam in 1991, the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation (CNCF) has implemented over 100 projects in Ho Chi Minh City and neighboring provinces. It provides vital health services, educational opportunities, and community support programs to thousands of vulnerable children and their families annually.
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