With its annual financial literacy programme, Visa fosters students’ skills A series of challenges will see the student business plans orbiting back to Earth, with Visa representing the central “space station” that will provide students with crucial funding for their startup concepts, in addition to other expert resources in the form of an online Survival Toolkit. … [Read more...] about Promoting financial literacy for nation’s students
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The driving force behind this big achievement was the strong co-operation between the Việt Nam Social Insurance, the Ministry of Education and Training, the Ministry of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs and the Ministry of Health and the strong support from the school teachers and other supporting staff. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese students are to enjoy full health insurance
Some public-private partnership (PPP) transport projects, especially those built on a build-operate-transfer (BOT) basis, have acquired a bad reputation in recent years, with people living near some of them complaining bitterly that they have to pay to travel around in their neighborhood since toll booths have been set up there. … [Read more...] about Public-private project operators struggle to recoup investment
Binh Thuan central province, few think their children will study in university. Thanks to loans from the Vietnam Bank for Policy Policies, thousands of households have escaped from poverty, with their children not only receiving vocational training but also attending prestigious universities in the fields of pedagogy, banking, and medicine and health care. … [Read more...] about When the Party’s Directive 40 spreads in life!
Nội dung In the worst scenario drawn up by the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA), the number of businesses suffering from the pandemic could reach 70 percent in the time to come, and 60,000-70,000 jobs would be lost each month. It is estimated that 3.5-5 million workers may be suspended. … [Read more...] about 10,000 businesses dissolved, thousands of others in danger