Ho Chi Minh City, 4 February 2021 – 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 partnership between the New Zealand Embassy and CARE International in Vietnam supports workers in the informal economy to ease their financial stress and strengthen their resilience during the pandemic.
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- Female workers in informal sector with considerable economic impacts due to the pandemic get financial support
- Over 50,000 Women Entrepreneurs in Vietnam get support to realize their growth potential and build financial resilience through the Ignite initiative
- Mastercard and CARE Partner to support 1,000 Women Entrepreneurs as Vietnam reopens economy and country
- Upgraded job-matching app JupViec.vn enables domestic workers to access inclusive financial services
- CARE in Vietnam and other partners distribute thousands of meals to communities impacted by COVID-19 in five provinces