Nguyen Van Cu with his colleagues at DRD

People with Disability Make a Change through Vocational Education

Mr. Nguyen Van Cu, Deputy Director of the Centre for Disability Research and Capacity Development (DRD) and his colleagues have been implementing various initiatives to promote the engagement of people with disability (PWD) in society. These initiatives include providing PWDs with access to quality vocational education and training to help them integrate into and contribute to society as equally as other citizens.



Prof Dr. Nguyen Xuan Thang and delegates witnessing the signing of the agreement

Cooperation Agreement Signing Ceremony for the Implementation of “Establishment and Capacity Building for the Vietnam – Australia Centre”

On the morning of 8 June 2022, The Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics (HCMA) and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) signed a Cooperation Agreement at the HCMA to implement the Project: "Establishment and Capacity Building for the Vietnam – Australia Centre” (VAC), in Hanoi.



55 new Vietnamese scholars receiving Australia Awards Scholarship certificates

The secret of "hunting" prestigious Australia Awards scholarships

These outstanding awardees, drawn from central and provincial governments, NGOs, academic institutions and the private sector, will undertake study in a range of areas that support Vietnam’s long-term development. These include natural resources management, entrepreneurship, gender equality, disability inclusion, and vocational education management.



Duyen in her farm

A Couple Giving up City life for Organic Farming in the Countryside

Ms. Nguyen Thi Duyen and her husband, Mr. Nguyen Duc Chinh, used to have stable jobs at the Vietnam Academy of Agricultural Sciences, but they decided to leave the city for the countryside to make their dream of growing organic vegetables come true.



Ms Bui Thi Hong Nga Former Chairwoman of the Can Tho City DPO who inspired To Tram and provided her with education opportunities

Do Your Best to Benefit Women and Girls

Visually impaired since one year old, To Tram wants to raise community awareness about the capabilities and rights of people with disabilities.



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