UNICEF Reaffirms Support for Vietnam’s Child Care, Protection: Official

UNICEF is always ready to support Vietnam’s Ministry of Labor, Invalids, and Social Affairs (MoLISA) in child care and protection, affirmed UNICEF Vietnam’s Chief Representative Rana Flowers.

The official made the statement at a farewell meeting with Deputy Minister of Labor, Invalids, and Social Affairs Nguyen Thi Ha in Hanoi on July 4.

Ms. Rana Flowers expressed hope that her successors would continue the strong cooperation with MoLISA, aiming to achieve significant advancements in child rights in Vietnam. She anticipated more positive outcomes from the partnership between UNICEF and MoLISA.

In reply, Ms. Ha appreciated UNICEF’s practical cooperation, particularly under Rana Flowers’ leadership.

She also highlighted key programs supported by UNICEF, such as the Action Plan for Children 2021-2030 and the Project for Comprehensive Child Development 2018-2025, as well as UNICEF’s support during the COVID-19 pandemic, natural disasters, and floods.