Video and audio stories

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October 2013

  1. Migrant worker resource centres in Viet Nam

    29 October 2013

    Migrant worker resource centres (MRCs) in Viet Nam provide a variety of services to potential migrant workers and their families. Through the support of the GMS TRIANGLE project, MRCs have been incorporated into five Employment Service Centres in provinces that send high numbers of migrant workers. This video shows three young people navigating their way through regular migration channels, receiving recruitment agency pre-departure training and visiting the MRC for information.

February 2012

  1. Bridging the gap in Viet Nam

    06 February 2012

    A story of Le Dong Sang, a farmer from Quang Nam Province, central Viet Nam, whose living condition improved through the Vegetable Value Chain introduced by the ILO.

November 2011

  1. Woven Together in Viet Nam

    22 November 2011

    Stories from Tran Thi Hong Anh, a weaver and Le Hao, manager of a rattan company in Quang Nam province, a central province of Viet Nam on improving their living conditions through Rattan Value Chain introduced by ILO Viet Nam.

December 2010

  1. The Sisterhood of Group 51: Microfinance brings decent work

    01 December 2010

    Tran Thi Dzung a member of the Group 51 in Phuc Yen Town, Vinh Phuc Province, joined the Tao Yao Mai, an ILO supported micro-insurance scheme which helps Viet Nam's Women Union in distributing their products. The scheme helps Dzung and other women who mostly belong to ethnic minority groups to improve their livelihood and earnings through micro-insurance. One of a series of the Decent Work Stories from Viet Nam.

  2. The bamboo weavers of Ha Tinh: Skills bring decent work

    01 December 2010

    A story about farmers in My Loc Commune, Can Loc District, Ha Tinh Province, who are forced to migrate for work. The ILO Community-based Training for Economic Empowerment (CB-TREE) programme created jobs and earnings by providing trainings in the production of bamboo baskets, honey, boat, and healthier plants fence, etc. The farmers can find new opportunities in the local community with their new learned skills. One of a series of the Decent Work Stories from Viet Nam.

  3. Paint-WISE: Safe work brings decent work

    01 December 2010

    A story about Cao Thi Quynh Huong, a mother with a small child, working at a paint factory in Viet Nam. A training under the Work Improvements in Small Enterprises (WISE) programme helps Quyn Huong and other workers in the factory to enjoy safer working conditions with simple but effective improvements. One of a series of the Decent Work Stories from Viet Nam.