Latest news 25/05/2023 - 9:19 pm
On 23 May 2023, a national workshop “Early Childhood Development: Leveraging Evidence for Policy and Practice in Vietnam” was held in Hanoi. It was attended by around 100 participants including Leaders from ECD-related Departments of the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Labour Invalids and Social Affairs, and the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour as well as the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, USAID, INGOs, LNGOs, local institutes, Provincial health agencies, Trade Union agencies, and national print and broadcast media.
RTTCD aims to achieve a common goal of social development. We carry out research projects and intervene in changing community ’s perspectives and behaviors about hot issues which emerged in our country’s development process with purpose of improving people’s living standards and social welfare .
RTCCD expanded our playing field to cover the clinical epidemiology with the establishment of the TuNa clinic (2006). Currently, with the supports from international specialists, TuNa clinic was developed as Green Pine clinic (2014) focusing on caring for children’s holistic development.
RTCCD has been committed to improving the health and well being of children and families in Vietnam. We also contribute locally relevant technical advice, providing recommendations for future projects and policies that take into account local needs, existing policies, local staff capacity and cultural values.
RTCCD seeks to examine common mental health disorders in urban and rural communities, throughout the lifespan. A large of our work in mental health is about developing locally relevant and low- cost models of screening intervention. By bringing mental health issues out of the shadows, we also aim to address the stigma associated with them.
RTCCD has been dedicated to combating child malnutrition since its establishment. We also have worked to identify the main problems in the diets and feeding practices of the children less than two years of age and the social, economic and cultural factors that influence these feeding practices
RTCCD is working to improve healthcare systems in Vietnam, towards a high quality, affordable service that better meets community needs. Our work in this area includes research on the effectiveness of services, bringing together international leaders to discuss effective systems and advising government policy about future action.
SWPDC aims to build the capacity of the Social Work profession to develop an effective nation- wide response to the urgent need to strengthen child protection system that prevent, protect and respond to all form of violence, exploitation and abuse against children and provide the comprehensive child welfare system required.
The RTCCD wants to improve the health and maximum development of the teenagers. Hope that you guys in this age group will improve their health, awareness, maximize your potentials, life skills, have clear goal plans and change their own behaviors positive.