Newborns Vietnam was very honoured that his Royal Highness the Duke of York, joined Giles Lever the British Ambassador to Vietnam for the Launch of 2015 Cycle a Difference Vietnam Challenge Ride. 25 cyclists took the challenge and cycled 1,700 km with 17,500 metres of climbing in just twelvedays and raised over xx. All along the way the people of Vietnam cheered them, asked for photos with and national TV cameras followed their last pedal stokes.
The British Ambassador and executives from ride Sponsors’ Hogan Lovells joined the ride for the final day from Hue to Da Nang. The made a triumphant entry into the City with a police escort and were joined by the Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee, Mr Dang Viet Dung and the Da Nang Director of Health, Dr Ngo Thi Kim Yen who led the way to the finish line at the Da Nang Hospital for Women & Children. They were welcomed by hundreds of cheering nurses.
So inspiring, such fantastic support, so many smiling faces, we welcomed newbie runners doing their first ever 5 km, students, families and old friends. Thanks for a great show from newborn nurses […]
Giải chạy bộ Newborns Vietnam Run Out thường niên sẽ diễn ra vào ngày 05/05/2023 tại tuần sự kiện Vinfast IRONMAN 70.3. Hãy tham gia giải chạy lần này, cùng Đại sứ […]
As the new year dawns, the first babies of the Year of the Cat will be born around the world. Not every baby will have the same chance to survive to celebrate […]
A/Professor Cuong, Director National OBGY Hospital officially opened the Newborns Vietnam/National OBGY UK Level 1 specialist neonatal training programme. He welcomed the course director, Professor Julian Eason and encourage all the doctors […]
Newborns Vietnam and Son La Department of Health are proud to announce a three-year partnership with Son La Province General Hospital, Moc Chau General Hospital and Thao Nguyen General Hospital. Newborns Vietnam […]
Visit Newborns Vietnam’s booth at VTM 2023, we are launching our shades of pink cap and visor and an eye catching shades of Magenta cap and visors. Newborn colours for 2023 are […]
2022 has been a year of incredible challenges for communities across the world, global recession, cost of living crisis, millions of hungry children, escalating climate change. Rescue food schemes run by volunteers […]
It’s the end of term for our doctors at Vietnam National Children’s Hospital, Hanoi Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital and St Paul term ended on Thursday. It is revision time for the UK […]
Feeling proud of Thao Nguyen General Hospital, so good to witness the first embrace of mother and baby post-delivery, to see babies’ skin to skin and initiating the first all-important breastfeed. Tired, […]
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