The Vietnamese delegation at the meeting (Source: VNA) Vientiane (VNA) – Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalid and Social Affairs Le Van Thanh led a Vietnamese delegation to attend the 10th ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on Social Welfare and Development (AMMSWD) on strengthening social protection for vulnerable children in ASEAN in Vientiane, Laos on November 21. Speaking at the event, Thanh affirmed that along with regional efforts, Vietnam has been realising its commitments through many policies for disadvantaged children. The Vietnamese Government is committed to working with other ASEAN member countries and the international community to promote the enforcement of documents that have been adopted by ASEAN leaders towards inclusive development for all children, with no child left behind, he stressed. He added that Vietnam has also paid attention to completing legal corridors to ensure the rights, benefits and access of target groups such as the elderly, people with … [Read more...] about Vietnam attends ASEAN meeting on social protection for vulnerable children
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Higher education establishments all have announced their standards for graduates. Under the current regulation, all schools must publicize qualitative and quantitative standards for their graduates. However, since there are no common standards for each major, schools have just set the standards themselves. However, the ministry cannot punish the schools because there is no regulation about punishment and there is no common standard for schools. Under the current regulation, all schools must publicize qualitative and quantitative standards for their graduates. However, since there are no common standards for each major, schools have just set the standards themselves. According to the Vietnam National Qualifications Framework (VQF), training program output standards must be set in the program’s standards. Therefore, the development of learning outcomes for training disciplines must also be placed in the curricula for those disciplines. However, schools still disagree … [Read more...] about Should there be common standards for university graduates?
This has become a fact of life. Dua, 83, lives with her five sons in a two-story house next to the Ke Khe Canal in Van Phuc Street, Ba Dinh District. The canal, once a part of To Lich River, is now a dumping site for all kinds of wastewater from Ba Dinh's Doi Can and Kim Ma Wards. A man walks near piles of trash along a ditch that flows into To Lich River in Hanoi, November 2019. Photo by VnExpress/Ngoc Thanh. But Dua has seen something that is unimaginable now. She remembers that the river used to be big enough for three boats to move around comfortably. She remembers children jumping into the river and farmers growing vegetables and fishing on the banks. She remembers how people would light up lanterns and sail along To Lich in the middle of the night to harvest their produce, before selling them at the crack of dawn. She remembers how the morning glory in Van Phuc was the best you could get in Hanoi. "When it rained in March, fish as big as a human arm would jump out of the river … [Read more...] about Hanoians living beside filth remember an ‘unbelievable’ past