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25 fantastic riders, 3 days, 450km, 1 goal – 0 preventable deaths of newborns in Vietnam.
Our riders came from Hong Kong, Singapore and the UK to take part in an epic cycle ride from Sapa to Hanoi in 3 days. Their desire to help the next newborn survive kept them going as they undertook this mammoth journey and they tackled the wind, rain and heat to ensure they arrived safely in Hanoi. As they crossed the finish line, they were welcomed by the wonderful team of neonatal doctors and nurses from Vietnam National Children’s Hospital, who invited them to look round the ward, an emotional reminder of what all their hard work was for. A huge thank you to Sidley Austin and associates, Gareth Ward the British Ambassador, our ride leaders and the support team for making the 2019 Cycle A Difference a huge success.
Newborns Feeling Happy with Happy Run! A huge congratulations to the 500 runners, including doctors, nurses and clients from Hanh Phuc International Hospital, who came together as a community to celebrate […]
Last week Vietnam’s first ever Newborn Life Support Course was conducted with the aim of improving and creating a national standard of resuscitation for newborn babies in Vietnam. The Newborn Life Support […]
Our fantastic long term supporters Chi Nguyen and Vo Thi Yen both won their respective age groups in the Vietnam Express Marathon 21km category in the hot but very beautiful Quy Nhon. […]
Congratulations to our fantastic nurses who have become the first to complete the Edinburgh Napier Newborns Vietnam Specialised Competency-Based Neonatal Nurse Training Course! They all achieved amazing exam results after successfully completing […]
On Thursday 30th May, Newborns Vietnam hosted a Countdown to Zero event at the British Residency Hanoi to kick start our campaign for safe transportation for newborns in North Vietnam. Big thank […]
Early on Saturday 18th May, the 3rd annual Isla Climbing Challenge took place. Over 100 heroic cyclists and runners made their way up Son Tra Mountain in Da Nang and Giong Mountain […]
Our 5 amazing relay teams fought through the stifling heat to cross the finish line in the name of Newborns and complete the Techcombank IRONMAN 70.3 Asia-Pacific Championship, Vietnam 2019. A huge […]
Project Lifecycle was born from the belief that educating students about the need for service is key to a young person’s education. Ten Year 12 students at Renaissance International School Saigon have […]
Yesterday, was a very special day, at UK-Vietnam Health Partnership event at the British Embassy Residence Newborns signed a new five-year agreement with the Hanoi Department of Health, Hanoi Obstetrics and Gynaecology […]
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