Vietnam and the United States turn on treatment system to clean up dioxin in Danang
USAID launches five year development strategy and Governance for Inclusive Growth program in Vietnam
USAID and other U.S. Government agencies have contributed to the more than 77,000 people on HIV treatment across Vietnam.
The U.S. Government has been improving the quality of life and supporting the inclusion of Vietnamese with disabilities into all aspects of society.
USAID is helping urban planners in Vietnam’s coastal city of Hue in better prepare for repeated flooding and the effects of climate change.
Vietnam has experienced rapid economic growth over the past 15 years and has risen to the status of a lower middle-income country. However, progress is threatened by health and environmental problems, a weak business environment, poor governance, and limited transparency. Our assistance is accelerating Vietnam’s transformation to a responsible, more inclusive partner and a market-based economy, and addressing the legacies of the past conflict between our countries.
USAID programs in Vietnam support the country’s progress by focusing resources where they’re needed most in health, private sector competitiveness, environment, social services for vulnerable populations and higher education.
Last updated: October 17, 2014