At least 15 million of the country’s 52-million workforce is suffering the consequences of severe noise levels, the Institute of Occupational Health and Environment, said on July 20.
PSNews - Each day, there are thousands of jobseekers in Vietnam hunting for jobs online. However, many of them are prey to internet scammers.
PSNews – A representative of the Ministry of Education and Training on July 22 stated that the 2017 International Mathematical Olympiad Council has just anounced the results the International Mathematical Olympiad 2017.
PSNews-One more patient in Hanoi died of dengue fever, bringing the number of dengue fever deaths nationwide to 15 out of more than 50,000 dengue fever cases, according to Nguyen Van Kinh, Director of the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases.
A crisis is rapidly unfolding in Vietnam as the number of people killed by the dengue outbreak in the Southeast Asian country has now reached 15, says the Ministry of Health.
Provinces in the Mekong Delta have run out of sand for construction at a time when many key infrastructure works are in progress.
Little oil-blessed Norway seems to have successfully eliminated poverty. Well, at least on paper. Statistics Norway (SSB) has switched to the term "low income," implying that "poverty" is too harsh a word to be used in the Norwegian context.
On July 18, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) signed a loan agreement with the Government of Vietnam in Hanoi to provide Japanese ODA loans of up to 24.257 billion yen for Ben Tre Water Management Project.
PSNews - This year's scholarship programme has received more than 800 applications from students from six reputable universities in both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
PSNews – The Israel Embassy in collaboration with Omega Vietnam and Alpha Book on July 16 hosted the first-ever event "Israeli Book Day" in Hanoi and introduced the book "Sapiens: A brief history of humankind."
On July 18, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Da Nang City People’s Committee signed a transaction advisory services agreement to develop a new land fill and waste treatment facility.
PSNews – A solemn ceremony was held on July 15 in Cam Hai Dong commune, Cam Lam district, Khanh Hoa province to celebrate the 70th War Invalids and Martyrs' Day (27 July) and to inaugurate the first phase of the memorial site to commemorate Gac Ma soldiers.
PSNews – The Da Nang Tourism Association in collaboration with the Southern Institute of Ecology on July 15 organized a scientific conference on the conservation and sustainable development of the Son Tra peninsula’s natural ecosystem with the participation of more than 150 leading scientists and representatives of relevant agencies.
PSNews – One year after the marine pollution incident caused by Taiwanese Formosa Ha Tinh Steel Corporation, the quality of the marine environment off the Vietnamese four central provinces has been improved as it’s now safe for swimming and aquaculture.
PSNews - According to a report announced on July 14 by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), unabated climate change would bring devastating consequences to countries in Asia and the Pacific, which could severely affect the future growth.
Tropical storm Talas has been forecast to enter the north-central region of Vietnam tonight, bringing about heavy rain, strong wind, and high risk of flood and landslide.
More lakes in Hanoi have been filled for housing, while the construction of proper water drainage systems has not received sufficient attention, which has caused more serious floods for the city after downpours.
PSNews- According to the Education Quality Management Department under the Ministry of Education and Training, 4 students of Vietnam participating in the 2017 International Chemistry Olympiad all won medals, including 3 gold ones.
PSNews-Tran Dac Phu, Head of the Preventive Medicine Department under the Ministry of Health said that in the first six months of 2017, epidemics have been seen on a rise with more cases compared with the same period last year.
Vietnam is the fourth biggest source country for international students in Australia, according to a recent report by Australian Department of Education and Training.