Health in Vietnam
The overall quality of health in Vietnam is good, as reflected by 2010 estimates of life expectancy (76.86 years) and infant mortality (20.24 per 1,000 live births).However, malnutrition is still comm...
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Vietnam War casualties
The Second Indochina War (aka. the Vietnam War or the American War) began in 1955 and ended in 1975 when North Vietnamese forces captured Saigon. During this period, the war escalated from an insurgen...
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Hanoi School Of Public Health
Hanoi School Of Public Health is a University in Vietnam specializing in Public Health Training and Research.
Capital punishment in Vietnam
Capital punishment is a legal form of punishment in Vietnam. Capital punishment (the death penalty) is a special punishment only applied for persons who commit serious crimes. The death penalty canno...
Vietnam-Sweden hospital
Vietnam–Sweden Hospital (Vietnamese: Bệnh viện Việt Nam-Thụy Điển) is the largest general hospital in Quảng Ninh Province, Vietnam, founded in 1981 with the help of the Swedish; It was also known ...
Thai Nguyen Central General Hospital
Thai Nguyen National General Hospital (TCGH), established in 1951, has been the first Northern mountainous and midland hospital in Vietnam. The hospital provides 800 beds
List of hospitals in Vietnam
This is a list of hospitals in Vietnam.
Cho Ray Hospital
Chợ Rẫy Hospital is the largestTemplate:Facdt general hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, founded in 1900 during the French colonial rule as Hôpital Municipal de Cholon. Over the years, the hospita...
108 Hospital
108 Hospital, also known in many variations as Army Medical Institute 108, or Army Central Hospital 108 (Vietnamese: Bệnh viện Trung ương Quân Đội 108), is a hospital located at 1 Trần Hưng Đạo St...
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Huế Central Hospital
107°35′10″E / 16.46250°N 107.58611°E / 16.46250; 107.58611Huế Central Hospital (HCH), established in 1894, has been the first Western hospital in Vietnam. The hospital, provid...
HIV/AIDS in Vietnam
Vietnam faces a concentrated HIV epidemic.
HIV prevalence data in Vietnam is based primarily on HIV/AIDS case reporting and on the HIV Sentinel Surveillance conducted annually in 40 of Vietnam’s 6...
Water supply and sanitation in Vietnam
Water supply and sanitation in Vietnam is characterized by challenges and achievements. Among the achievements is a substantial increase in access to water supply and sanitation between 1990 and 2010,...
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Da Nang Hospital
Đà Nẵng Hospital (Vietnamese: Bệnh viện Đà Nẵng) is the largest hospital in the city of Đà Nẵng, Vietnam. It was established prior to 1945 as the Hôpital de Danang.
Ministry of Health (Vietnam)
The Ministry of Health (MOH, Vietnamese: Bộ Y tế) is the government ministry responsible for the governance and guidance of the health, healthcare and health industry of Vietnam. In conjunction wi...
Water Resources University (Vietnam)
Water Resources University (Vietnamese language: Đại học Thủy lợi) is a university in Hanoi, Vietnam. The university was established in 1959 as the Electricity Water Resources Academy, spun off from t...