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Newborns Việt Nam được tài trợ dựa trên sự đóng góp và hỗ trợ tự nguyện, mang đến những bước tiến quan trọng trong việc chăm sóc y tế, giúp giảm thiểu tỉ lệ tử vong ở trẻ sơ sinh. Cùng chung tay với chung tôi bằng cách quyên góp ngay hôm nay.

  • Rolls-Royce Confirms Sponsorship

    Roll-Royce Vietnam is pleased to be part of a UK/Vietnam neonatal nurse education partnership. Education is at the core of our commitment to the communities in which we operate. Our aim is […]

  • Savills Confirms Sponsorship

    Savills is committed to supporting charitable causes across our global business. Our offices and our people are actively involved in their communities, and in Vietnam we actively support local community initiatives. The […]

  • Standard Chartered Bank Confirms Sponsorship

    We are delighted to sponsor Cycle a Difference – an amazing challenge that brings together countries and individuals from all walks of life to cycle for newborns. Standard Chartered Bank is a […]

  • Newborns Vietnam Newsletter – October 2012

    Read all about our progress with our partners in making Vietnam’s first neonatal nurse training programme a reality. To download the October Newsletter Click here .

  • “Four Months Ago I’d Never Worn Running Shoes – In Three Months Time I’m Running My First Ever Marathon And I’m Running For Newborns Vietnam.”

    Thuy Le is training to run her first marathon (42km) in Frankfurt this October. She has chosen to raise money for Newborns Vietnam because “having had the opportunity for my two healthy […]

  • Da Nang Nurse Education Assessment March 2012

    The Da Nang Department of Health invited Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) to carry out a nurse education assessment to review current practice, identify the training needs, and to formulate an initial […]

  • Neonatal Risks

    The risk of newborn death is highest during childbirth and directly afterwards; almost half of all newborn deaths occur in the first 24 hours of life, and three-quarters occur in the first […]