Press releases

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March 2006

  1. Safer work for farmers - four country meeting in Viet Nam

    17 March 2006

    Farmers in Viet Nam meet to discuss safer work in agriculture with their fellow farmers as well as others from Cambodia , Lao PDR and Thailand at a meeting in Nha Trang.

August 2004

  1. Korean Government funds workshop to improve safety and health for Viet Nam coal miners

    24 August 2004

    A workshop funded by the Korean Government and organized by the ILO and the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) is taking place in Viet Nam taking important steps towards creating safer working conditions for Viet Nam’s coal miners.

May 2004

  1. Japan-funded project to improve safety and health for farmers in Viet Nam

    14 May 2004

    ILO is unveiling a new three-year, WIND (Work Improvement in Neighbourhood Development) project, to improve the health and safety of farmers in Viet Nam.

March 2004

  1. ILO expert honored for work on safety and health in Viet Nam

    22 March 2004

    Vietnamese Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) gives award to ILO expert in occupational safety and health, for 13 years of work on improving living and working conditions for people in the Mekong Delta region of Viet Nam.

January 2003

  1. ILO and Viet Nam start project on 'Improving Industrial Relations at the Work Place and Promoting Working Capacity'

    08 January 2003

    Viet Nam, in collaboration with ILO, launches Project on "Improve Industrial Relations at Work Place and Promote Working Capacity" involving both representatives from the Government and worker and employer organizations.

  2. ILO and Viet Nam launch new initiative to improve industrial relations and promote economic development

    06 January 2003

    Viet Nam, in collaboration with ILO, launches three-year Project on "Improve Industrial Relations at Work Place and Promote Working Capacity" involving both representatives from the Government and worker and employer organizations.