Nguyen Phuc Tang, deputy director of the Can Tho Department of Education and Training, said: “Nestle MILO's Active Vietnam, which expanded to the Mekong Delta in 2019, has created favourable conditions and encouraged children and people in the region to practise sports and form an active lifestyle. … [Read more...] about Nestlé MILO holds first Walking Day in Can Tho
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From Japan’s experience in developing their elderly care market, there is room for improvement in the elderly care environment in Vietnam and other member states. First of all, governments need to complete a legal corridor to support the ageing society in the region. As a result, legal documents need to define clearly the rights and responsibilities, departments in charge, and more. Government agencies such as the Ministry of Health (MoH) and the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) need to harmonically co-operate with each other. The MoH tends to deal with health problems, whereas the MoLISA tends to deal with poor people or welfare. … [Read more...] about How should Vietnam prepare for a future of aged society in 2035?
Since it was first held in 2014, the programme has been organised in many localities across the country, including Bắc Giang, Hà Nội, HCM City and Cần Thơ, and has inspired more than 80,000 children across the country to participate in sports. — VNS … [Read more...] about Nestlé MILO holds first Walking Day in Cần Thơ
After the decree 100, the government has issued new decree 117 on administrative fines in the field of medicine. The new decree 117 officially taking effect on November 15 says that people under 18 will be fined VND200,000 – VND500,000 (US$8.6 – US$21.5) if they drink alcohol. Those who insist other to drink liquor also receive penalty of VND500,000 – VND1 million while people drinking in office hours or forcing other to drink will be fined VND1 million – VND3 million. … [Read more...] about Tougher sanctions imposed on drunk drivers