Viet Nam News HCM CITY — More than 27,000 female workers have been provided information about sexual and reproductive healthcare and family planning as the result of the Business Partnership Platform (BPP) funded by the Australian government. A dissemination workshop was held today at Pou Yuen Co., Ltd in Tân Tạo Industrial Zone in the city’s Bình Tân District to share the impact and key findings from November 2016 to June 2018. The project’s aims including improving the health and well-being of Pou Chen Group’s predominantly female workforce by enhancing the provision of specialist sexual and reproductive healthcare on-site at its Pou Yuen factory. Nguyễn Trọng Hậu, director of the initiative, said nearly 80,000 workers at the factory have accessed reproductive and family planning information and services through the on-site BlueStar clinic, located inside the factory since 2016. The BPP initiative has helped more … [Read more...] about On-site reproductive, family planning services improve female factory workers’ health, productivity
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Viet Nam News People mark World Population Day in Hà Nội which fell yesterday with the theme "Family Planning is a Human Right". In Việt Nam, the rate of modern contraceptive use rose from 37 per cent in 1988 to 67 per cent in 2016. Việt Nam’s maternal mortality rate dropped significantly from 233 deaths per 100,000 live births in the 1990s to 58 per 100,000 live births in 2016. The nation’s childbirth rate also dropped by more than half, from an average of five children per couple in the 1970s to 2.09 in 2006. — VNA/VNS Photo Dương Ngọc … [Read more...] about “Family Planning is a Human Right”.
Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam has made huge strides in ensuring access to family planning. Ongoing investment has ensured that contraceptives, services and information are available to virtually the entire nation, experts agreed at a ceremony to mark World Population Day on Wednesday in Hà Nội with the theme of "Family Planning is a Human Right". The rate of modern contraceptive use rose from 37 per cent in 1988 to 67 per cent in 2016. Việt Nam’s maternal mortality rate dropped significantly from 233 deaths per 100,000 live births in the 1990s to 58 per 100,000 live births in 2016. The nation’s fertility rate also dropped by more than half, from an average of five children per couple in the 1970s to the replacement rate of 2.09 in 2006. Addressing the event, Deputy Minister of Health Phạm Lê Tuấn said, “All these results of population and family planning work have contributed significantly to our … [Read more...] about Family planning ensures sustainable development: experts
Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI — Accessing quality healthcare is a basic human right, and greater investment in midwifery is key to making this right a reality for all women everywhere. This is stated in the first-ever “National Midwifery Report of Việt Nam” and the report on “Exploring barriers to accessing maternal and family planning services in ethnic minority communities”, which were launched in Hà Nội on Tuesday by the Ministry of Health (MoH), with technical and financial support from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFP) in Việt Nam. According to the reports, Việt Nam has made substantial progress in strengthening safe motherhood and health services for infants. However, there are still significant differences in maternal and child healthcare between those living in river deltas and those living in mountainous areas, with a higher maternal mortality ratio in remote and ethnic minority areas. The overall modern … [Read more...] about Midwifery, maternal, family planning reports launched
Hanoi (VNA) - Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung on January 20 chose one of three proposed plans to renovate Tan Son Nhat Airport in HCM City. The chosen plan costs less than the two other plans and has a shorter completion while still increasing the airportâs capacity. Tan Son Nhat airport serves 28 million passengers per year even though its capacity was planned to be only 25 million per year until 2020. In previous meetings, Deputy PM Dung asked leaders to develop a renovation plan for the airport which will increase its capacity to 40-50 million passengers per year. The chosen plan includes the construction of parallel taxiways and connecting taxiways between the current runways and aircraft parking areas; rapid-exit taxiways and parallel taxiways between two runways, as well as the renovation of the current north runway. A dual-use terminal (T3) with capacity of 10 million passengers per year, and a passenger terminal (T4) also with capacity of 10 million passengers per year … [Read more...] about Deputy PM picks cheap airport renovation plan