28 January 2015
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Young activists perform in a flash mob at a rock concert in Viet Nam, part of a series of flash mobs   taking place around the country to raise awareness of sexual and reproductive health issues. © UNFPA   Viet Nam
HA NOI, Viet Nam – Nearly 3,000 students from 30 universities took part in flash mobs across Viet Nam to raise awareness of sexual and reproductive health issues. The activists converged on the grounds of a popular... Read more
20 April 2012
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With the age of marriage rising in Viet Nam, and sexual activity outside marriage increasing in urban areas, young women find themselves at risk of forced sex, unwanted pregnancies, unsafe abortions, and sexually... Read more
16 January 2012
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  The sex-ratio imbalance that has plagued certain Asian countries has been increasing in the last few years with one exception, the Republic of Korea, while a few  European countries, including Albania, Armenia and... Read more
5 October 2011
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HANOI—Joint international and national actions to end prenatal sex selection and discrimination against women should remain a priority for all, Nobuko Horibe, the Director of UNFPA’s Asia and Pacific Regional Office,... Read more
29 November 2010
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HANOI, Viet Nam – One in three, or 34 per cent, of ever-married Vietnamese women report that they have suffered physical or sexual violence from their husbands at some time in their lives, according to the National... Read more
19 April 2010
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Strengthening business practices, removing bottlenecks and promoting further harmonization of operations were the focus of UNFPA Deputy Executive Director Mari Simonen’s mission to Hanoi, Viet Nam. The visit was part of... Read more
18 January 2011
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An estimated 9.3 per cent of all female sex workers in Viet Nam will be living with HIV in 2012. Although sex work is illegal in the country and labelled as a ‘social evil’, there are about 31,000 sex workers operating... Read more
20 September 2010
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Five to seven women still die almost every day due to pregnancy or childbirth in Viet Nam. Although the maternal mortality ratio has declined significantly over the past few years, there are still big differences... Read more
28 February 2010
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Reducing maternal mortality is a complex undertaking, and the Northern mountains of Viet Nam, where communities of ethnic minorities live in remote villages, pose particular problems. Maternal mortality ratio in this... Read more
16 November 2009
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| Français | Español | QUANG TRI PROVINCE, Viet Nam — Life has never been easy for Nguyen Thi Lanh, 51, and Nguyen Duc Phi, 52. After enduring years of war, they married in 1977 and a year later had their first baby. “... Read more

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