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UNICEF is seeking a consultant to design relevant communication materials and training programmes on mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) for children, parents, teachers, staff of the National Helpline, social workers and child protection officers in responding to Covid-19 outbreak in Vietnam.
This article reports a part of a qualitative study to address the questions of what and how international organizations have been engaging in the professionalization of social work services for disadvantaged children in Vietnam, taking five international organizations as the unit of analysis.
UNICEF is looking for an international individual consultant to lead a multidisciplinary team, composed of an international team leader and a national team member to undertake a qualitative study on the situation of children affected by internal migration in Viet Nam.
Based on attachment theory, this study was conducted to analyze the contact between these children and their biological parents, and the factors affecting this contact.
This paper highlights findings from a a 15-year longitudinal cohort study of children growing up in poverty in Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam.
This article presents the findings of a study that set out to understand what drives violence in Viet Nam as part of the Multi-Country Study on the Drivers of Violence Affecting Children.
This article from BBC News tells the story of Nguyen Quoc Tuy, born in Vietnam around 1970 and adopted by a family in the US at about three years old, and his journey to reconnect with his birth family as an adult.
The purpose of this paper is to validate measures of professional self-efficacy for detecting and responding to child abuse and neglect presentations, and then evaluate a clinical training programme for health professionals in a tertiary-level hospital in Vietnam.
This article presents results from an investigation of the socioeconomic predictors of physical child punishment using three rounds of the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) in a lower middle-income country, Viet Nam from 2006 to 2014.