News

Remote areas lack mental health services: study

Mental health and psychosocial problems are widespread and increasing in Việt Nam, particularly among children and young people. Despite some progress, mental health services in Viet Nam remain largely inadequate.Keep reading ...

VNS Reporter

Vietnamese children forced to study too early: expert

Many Vietnamese children are sent to classes by their parents at a very early age where they practice English, writing and basic math. Keep reading ...

VNS Reporter

More kids studying English at kindergartens

Children at kindergartens in 41 out of 63 provinces and cities studied English in the 2016-2017 academic year, an increase of 20 areas compared to the 2013-2014 period, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.Keep reading  ...

VietnamNet Reporter

Contact us

Contact us

Do you have questions on the content published by Open Development Vietnam? We will gladly help you.

Have you found a technical problem or issue on the Open Development Vietnam website?

Tell us how we're doing.

Do you have resources that could help expand the Open Development Vietnam website? We will review any map data, laws, articles, and documents that we do not yet have and see if we can implement them into our site. Please make sure the resources are in the public domain or fall under a Creative Commons license.

File was deleted
ERROR!

Disclaimer: Open Development Vietnam will thoroughly review all submitted resources for integrity and relevancy before the resources are hosted. All hosted resources will be in the public domain, or licensed under Creative Commons. We thank you for your support.

Utth7
* The idea box couldn't be blank! Something's gone wrong, Please Resubmit the form! Please add the code correctly​ first.

Thank you for taking the time to get in contact!