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September 17, 2018

On September 5 and 7, USAID and the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Legal Department held workshops in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to share information on the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG). It was attended by representatives of businesses that conduct import-export activities.

September 17, 2018

Animal Health Information Systems provide an efficient way to share disease information among farms, villages, communes, districts, provinces, central veterinary offices, laboratories, and other national stakeholders. These systems play an important role in strengthening the country’s public health surveillance system and enabling rapid response to disease outbreaks; minimizing health threats and economic loss; and building public trust in livestock products for both domestic and global consumers.

September 6, 2018

On August 29, USAID, in partnership with the Vietnam Institute of Economics/Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, hosted its Third Annual Learning Symposium. It was attended by over 160 participants representing non-governmental organizations, academic institutions, universities, Government of Vietnam agencies, and international donors. This year’s theme was “Vietnam’s Engines of Sustainable and Inclusive Economic Growth: Using Evidence to Inform Policies and Projects.” Sixteen speakers and panelists shared their knowledge and research for driving sustainable and inclusive growth in Vietnam, focusing on a path to growth that protects the environment; produces a more inclusive labor force; and is fueled by science, technology, and innovation.

September 6, 2018

On August 28, Acting USAID/Vietnam Mission Director Craig Hart officially launched Phase III of the Chi Campaign, a social marketing initiative, to reduce rhino horn consumption in the country.  Through the campaign, USAID Wildlife Asia is partnering with TRAFFIC in Vietnam, a globally recognized leader in combating wildlife trafficking and innovator in the field of behavior change communication for conservation. The Chi Campaign applies targeted social marketing principles, messaging, and approaches to tackle rhino horn consumption driven by social status.

September 6, 2018

Social health insurance (SHI), the Vietnamese Government’s primary domestic resource for sustainable HIV treatment, will cost $33 per person for annual SHI enrollment and approximately $150 copayment fees for one year of initial antiretroviral therapy (ART). This is a big financial burden for many poor people living with HIV (PLHIV), especially in rural or mountainous areas, such as Lao Cai province. To help solve this challenge, USAID’s Sustainable HIV Response from Technical Assistance (SHIFT) activity recently worked with the Lao Cai Provincial AIDS Center and Department of Health to develop a financial sustainability plan for HIV/AIDS treatment, which includes local funding from the Provincial People’s Committee to cover SHI premium and copayment fees.


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Last updated: September 17, 2018

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