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Friday, July 1, 2022
Tags: support policies
National Assemblys third session wraps up National Assembly’s third session wraps up
The third session of the 15th National Assembly concluded in Hanoi on June 16 after 19 working days. At the closing session, legislators approved a number of measures to remove difficulties and obstacles to speed up the design and improve the quality of planning in the 2021-2030 period.
Early exit from social insurance scheme: causes and remedies Early exit from social insurance scheme: causes and remedies
On the early morning of April 8, nearly a hundred people queued outside the Social Security Agency of Ho Chi Minh City’s Thu Duc city, some of them even showed up from 4a.m. They were waiting for their turn to file requests for lump-sum withdrawal payment from the social insurance fund.
Latest study sheds light on COVID-19 impacts on quality of governance and public services Latest study sheds light on COVID-19 impacts on quality of governance and public services
The 2021 Vietnam Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI) Report, released on May 10, shows improvements in basic infrastructure as citizens experienced better roads, water supply and sanitation, while many respondents reported less crime as lockdowns and travel restrictions may have helped improve law and order. There were, however, gaps in the national pandemic response with increasing governance challenges, concerning shifts in indicators tied to COVID-19, and a deterioration in household economic confidence.
Poor households to be provided with raft of supports Poor households to be provided with raft of supports
By 2025, about 230,000 poor households in rural areas would be provided with housing supports so that they would have safe and stable homes, gradually improve their living standards and sustainably escape hunger and poverty.
Renewing unemployment insurance policy toward intensified labor training and re-training Renewing unemployment insurance policy toward intensified labor training and re-training
Unemployment insurance policy has been regarded as an important tool to administer the labor market, aiming to build a competitive, high-quality one that operates in a transparent and effective manner. In order to properly perform this role in Vietnam at present, unemployment insurance policy should be instituted in the general socio-economic development program as well as social, insurance, labor and wage policies, thereby materializing the undertaking that nobody will be left behind in the course of building a prosperous and happy society.
13th National Womens Congress opens in Hanoi 13th National Women’s Congress opens in Hanoi
The 13th National Women’s Congress opened at the National Convention Centre in Hanoi on March 10, with the participation of 959 official delegates representing women of all classes across the country.
Vietnam speed up disbursement for economic recovery program Vietnam speed up disbursement for economic recovery program
Vietnam will soon disburse at least 50 percent of the VND 350 trillion (USD 15.42 billion) economic recovery package, the largest in its history, aiming to reboot the country’s economy after a long period of social and mobility restriction due to the pandemic.
President meets medical workers to celebrate Physicians Day President meets medical workers to celebrate Physicians’ Day
President Nguyen Xuan Phuc sent his congratulations and sincere thanks on February 27 to the country's 500,000 medical workers, marking the 67th anniversary of the Vietnamese Physicians’ Day (February 27).
MARD calls on overseas Vietnamese to invest in local agriculture MARD calls on overseas Vietnamese to invest in local agriculture
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) coordinated with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) to hold a forum connecting more than 300 overseas Vietnamese businesses, promoting trade and investment in the agricultural industry from all over the world.
Labor market recovery looks toward flexible safe adaptation Labor market recovery looks toward flexible, safe adaptation
Although it is put under control, the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has hit all aspects of the social life, seriously affecting businesses and people. The labor market is facing a risk of crisis when unemployment and underemployment rates rise sharply and workers' incomes fall significantly.

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