HCMC Department of Science, Technology welcoming support for startup programs

HCMC Department of Science, Technology welcoming support for startup programs

The Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Department of Science and Technology has just announced that it is now calling upon the participation of educational institutes, incubation centers, science-technology associations, businesses, and startup support organizations in the four major programs to aid innovative startups in the city.

Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong addresses the “Strength of humanity 2019” prorgamme in Hanoi on January 13 (Photo: VNA)

Leader calls on whole society to support disadvantaged

Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong called on agencies, organisations, businesses and people from all social strata to join hands in supporting disadvantaged people, while addressing an event in Hanoi on January 13.

Human resources training to support startup activities launched

Human resources training to support startup activities launched

Saigon Hi-tech Park Incubation Center (SHTP-IC), the Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Department of Science and Technology, and the Swiss Entrepreneurship Program (Swiss EP) have just jointly held a training session for the human resources who are going to support innovative startup activities.

A delegation of Ho Chi Minh City officials visits victims of Lao dam collapse. (Photo: Sggp)

HCM City offers support to victims of Lao dam collapse

A delegation of Ho Chi Minh City officials, led by its Deputy Party Secretary Vo Thi Dung on August 3 paid a visit and handed over US$100,000 in aid relief from the city’s government to Lao people in order to help them overcome difficulties after the collapse of the Sepien-Senamnoi hydropower dam.
$657,035 allocated for activities to support 6,000 disadvantaged kids

$657,035 allocated for activities to support 6,000 disadvantaged kids

In response to the Action Month for children in June themed “ For a healthy life for kids”, the National Fund for Vietnamese Children is implementing practical activities to support around 6,000 needy kids with total spending of VND15 billion ($657,035).

Vietnamese businesswomen are discussing the project DevelopHer at its introduction on June 14 in Hanoi. Photo by Tran Binh

Application to support Vietnamese businesswomen introduced

The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and Qualcomm Incorporated launched the project DevelopHer yesterday in Hanoi. The project aims at offering opportunities for Vietnamese businesswomen to widen their trading knowledge to achieve success in career.

Gov’t to support fish breeders in La Nga river

Gov’t to support fish breeders in La Nga river

Leaders of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in the southern province of Dong Nai yesterday announced dead fish breeders would receive support from the government if their loss is caused by disaster.