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HCMC needs over VND970 trillion to develop transport infrastructure

HCMC needs a total investment capital of more than VND970 trillion (US$40.64 billion) for the synchronous development of transport infrastructure from now until 2030, Deputy Director of the municipal Department of Transport, Bui Hoa An said in a forum on the role, infrastructure and human resource of the city’s logistics industry that was held by the HCMC People’s Committee on September 30.

Director of the HCMC Department of Education and Training Nguyen Van Hieu speaks at the event.

HCMC launches week of lifelong learning

The HCMC People’s Committee held a launching ceremony of a week for responding to the “Forever studying” program 2022 themed “Promoting digital transformation for lifelong learning after the Covid-19 pandemic” in Nha Be District on September 30.
Public hospitals face risk of shortage of nurses

Public hospitals face risk of shortage of nurses

The Department of Health of Ho Chi Minh City, on September 30, said that shortly, the shortage of nurses at hospitals is forecasted to be more serious when the number of newly recruited nurses is not sufficient in both quantity and quality to make up for the number of those who quitted their jobs.
At the meeting (Photo: ttbc-hcm.gov.vn) ​

HCMC speeds up social housing development

HCMC will continue to strengthen monitoring and completing procedures for housing development, especially social housing projects for low-income people.
HCMC’s Provincial Open Budget Index at low level

HCMC’s Provincial Open Budget Index at low level

Ho Chi Minh City's Provincial Open Budget Index (POBI) 2021 reached 67.55 points, lower than the average of 69.53 points, and ranked 42nd out of 63 provinces and cities.