The boy is under treatment in Ho Chi Minh City-based Children Hospital No.1 (Photo: SGGP)

Kid taken from Cambodia to Vietnam for treatment

6 year old Cambodian boy Sok Ly Hua was taken to Vietnam for treatment kidney failure and organ injuries due to wrong medical treatment of thighbone and pelvis fracture and head injury.

25,000 kids get free Oral & Maxillofacial Surgical operations

In action month for kids 2016 with themed "For the safety and accident and injury prevention for children", Minister of Labor, Invalids and Social Affair Dao Ngoc Dung and representative from the Vietnam Children Sponsoring Fund yesterday visited and gave gifts to families of kids whose are being treated in the Vietnam-Cuba friendship Hospital in Hanoi.
Over 2,000 students participate in Traffic Safety Month Campaign 2015

Over 2,000 students participate in Traffic Safety Month Campaign 2015

Over 2,000 students on September 19 partook in a campaign on traffic safety launched by Vietnam's National Traffic Safety Committee (NTSC), the Ministry of Education and Training, the Department of Traffic Police under the Ministry of Public Security, Asia Injury Prevention Foundation and Honda Company.
Blouse angel's inventions for best effort to save children

Blouse angel's inventions for best effort to save children

After failing to save a child from serious injury, Dr. Dinh Tan Phuong of the emergency ward of Ho Chi Minh City -based Pediatrics Hospital invented practical medical equipments and scientific initiatives in attempt to save life of children
Nobody gets hurt in sport house roof fall

Nobody gets hurt in sport house roof fall

A huge debris from the roof of Phan Dinh Phung Sports House in Ho Chi Minh City yesterday suddenly fell while an international badminton tournament was ongoing. Nobody was hurt. A huge debris from the roof of the sports house suddenly fell on Sep. 2nd, 2014, luckily causing no injury.

Rate of children wearing helmets increases

The Department of Education and Training and the Asia Injury Prevention Foundation reported rate of children wearing helmets on motorbikes increased from 22 percent to 60 percent since 2010.
WHO meeting in Hanoi reviews work in region

WHO meeting in Hanoi reviews work in region

Prevention of violence, injury and non-communicable tropical diseases were part of the discussions to determine a future direction at a meeting of representatives from 37 countries from the Western Pacific, organized by the World Health Organization (WHO) in Hanoi from September 24-28.
Teaching swimming to school children faces many challenges

Teaching swimming to school children faces many challenges

Two years ago, the Ministry of Education and Training had launched a swimming teaching project for primary schools all over the country after statistics showed that drowning was among the third leading causes of deaths caused by unintentional injury.
Campaign instills wearing of helmets compulsory for children

Campaign instills wearing of helmets compulsory for children

A survey conducted by the Asia Injury Prevention Foundation (AIP) and the Ministry of Education and Training in three big cities of Vietnam showed that fewer children wore helmets while riding motorbikes in Hanoi than in Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang.

United star Ferdinand ruled out for six weeks

BIRMINGHAM, Aug 14, 2011 (AFP) - Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out for six weeks after suffering a hamstring injury in a 2-1 win at West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.