The Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee in Ho Chi Minh City in coordination with the Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs and the People's Public Security Newspaper today presented 90 tablets to Cham and Khmer students of low-income families in districts, and Thu Duc City.
Before the country was hit by Covid-19, parents and relatives would buy new bags, books, and clothes for children for the new school year regardless of their economic status. However, this year, the Covid-19 epidemic has taken away that joy from thousands of children, especially children orphaned by Covid-19. Ho Chi Minh City authorities and philanthropists have joined hands to help kids impacted by the pandemic.
Four Vietnamese universities have been listed in the Impact Rankings 2021 by Times Higher Education (THE), the only global performance tables that assess universities against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. (SDGs).
In response to the outbreak of the fourth Covid-19 epidemic, the education and training sector nationwide has been strengthening online teaching and learning at the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year.
The program “Internet and computers for students" is of great significance, especially in the context of the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic when students had to learn on the internet for the new school year 2021 but many students of low-income families lack tablet computers and learning equipment.
The Ministry of Education and Training has issued a new circular on enrolment and training for a master’s degree in 2021 with changes to suit the country’s present conditions when it has been hit by Covid-19.