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  • Premier Oil Announces Title Sponsorship

    Cycle a Difference Vietnam – Asian Business Challenge Ride, March 2014 Premier Oil announced at the Newborns Vietnam reception at the British Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City it will continue as […]

  • Christmas News

    Christmas is a time of celebration, reflection, renewal and a new beginning as we prepare to welcome in the New Year. This year our reflection began at our academic partner, Canterbury Christ […]

  • Dr Liz Crathern – How Do Knitted Teddies And Positioning Preterm Babies Come Together?

    On one of my recent trips to Da Nang I brought some knitted teddies over to the neonatal unit that were very kindly knitted by some elderly friends at my mum’s pensioner […]

  • Cycle A Difference – Raises Over £137,000

    Heroes and heroines cycling for newborns! 1,500 kilometers in 10 days from Lao Cai on the Vietnam boarder with China along the roof of Indo China, four exhilarating days in the mountains, […]

  • Neonatal Nurse Training 3 Months On

    We are three months into our UK/Da Nang Vietnam neonatal nurse training our academics from Canterbury Christ Church University are really pleased with progress and the incredible hunger of the nurses for […]

  • Adding Value To The Neonatal Nurse Training – A Role For Volunteers

    Dr Sue Blake, Newborns Vietnam Trustee and newly retired GP with a background in child development started her retirement with six weeks at the Da Nang neonatal unit. Sue has worked very […]

  • Da Nang Hospital For Women & Children Welcomes The UK All Party Parliamentary Group For Vietnam

    MP George Howarth, Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Vietnam with fellow MPs Anne McGuire, Dame Tessa Jowell, Mark Field, and Graham Brady visited the Da Nang neonatal intensive care […]