Thanks to microfinancing loans and skill training, a young woman confidently expands her business and creates jobs for other people.
Breaking norms, a woman entrepreneur successfully forms her own agricultural cooperative and becomes a role model for ethnic minority people who want to start a business from local resources.
October 27, 2021 - CARE International in Vietnam, in collaboration with the Red Cross Society of Quang Tri Province and Plan International in...
Development Partners Commenting On The Draft Decree Regulating The Management Mechanism Of National Target Programs
Hanoi, 15th Sep 2021, about 80 delegates representing development partners (WB, ADB, UN Women, Unicef, Canadian Embassy in Vietnam, DFAT, Irish Aid,...
In 1982, Vietnam was among the first countries in the world to ratify the United Nations’ Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of...
CARE in Vietnam and other partners distribute thousands of meals to communities impacted by COVID-19 in five provinces
244.000 “meals” were brought to nearly 16.000 people affected by COVID-19 in 5 provinces in Vietnam via the partnership of the PepsiCo Foundation and CARE with other local partners.
A short interview with Quang Thi Kien – an ethnic minority woman participating in the InfoAct project in Dien Bien province.
To make the business case to your potential private sector partner, NGOs need to understand their partner’s business model.
A group of Sedang ethnic minority women in a remote mountainous commune in the Central Highland province of Kon Tum and their journey to materialise “picture of the future”.
Efforts to bring agro-meteorological information to the people of ethnic minorities in mountainous areas, building their resilience in response to the impacts of climate change.
Digital access is critical for millions of independent women entrepreneurs around the world.
A social campaign to raise public awareness about gender-based violence in Vietnam.
New Zealand Embassy and CARE provide financial support to female workers in the informal economy to bounce back better from COVID-19
More than 350 female domestic workers in Ho Chi Minh City, Binh Duong, Hai Phong and Da Nang, currently working with JupViec.vn, a technology company providing on-demand house cleaning services via mobile phone app, receive cash and training assistance with a total value of NZD$50,000 dollars.
The Australian government is providing AUD 1 million for humanitarian response to people suffering from the impacts of the severe flooding in Thừa Thiên Huế, Quảng Trị, and Quảng Nam provinces.
Upgraded job-matching app JupViec.vn enables domestic workers to access inclusive financial services
Thousands of domestic workers will be able to manage their finances more effectively thanks to the upgraded mobile phone application JupViec.vn.