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UNICEF Focuses Emergency Response to Viet Nam’s Floods on Child Drowning and Disease Prevention
An Giang, Viet Nam, 26 October 2011 – Over the past few weeks, the Mekong River in Viet Nam has risen to record levels, destroying thousands of homes and disrupting lives, particularly children’s.

Viet Nam: Keeping Vigil on Child Safety at Home
Nam Dinh province, Giao Nham commune, Duyen Sinh village, 26 June 2010 – As she comes back home from the fields with her three children, 31 year-old Do Thi Hue swiftly closes her gate as it opens directly onto the street.

Viet Nam: Swimming, a vital life skill for children
DONG THAP PROVINCE, Viet Nam, 8 July 2005 – Not knowing how to swim can cost a child his or her life, especially in Viet Nam.

 

 

 

 

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8 July 2005:
UNICEF correspondent Steve Nettleton reports on how swimming lessons save lives in Viet Nam

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