VNG and Newborns award excellent students of the Neonatal Nursing Program

05/08/2022 87

In July, VNG and Newborns Vietnam held a graduation ceremony for 40 outstanding students in the Neonatal Nursing Training Program at Tu Du Hospital and the National Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

The Neonatal Nursing Training Program 2022 was designed by Newborns Vietnam and Edinburgh Napier University. It was based on the British Association of Perinatal Medicine (BAPM) Professional Standards and the British Framework of Reference.
In the graduation ceremony, VNG also announced a new 9 billion investment in Newborns Vietnam in the period of 2022 to 2024 to continue the journey to save infants and improve the health care system for mothers and babies in Vietnam. VNG understands that the nurses are the ones who accompany newborns in their early stages to help them develop in the best way.

“More than just a strategic partner, VNG wants to become a companion with Newborns Vietnam. Through training courses and state-of-the-art equipment, together we can carry out activities to reduce Vietnam infant mortality, providing newborns access to the good things in life from the first day”, said Ms Tran Xuan Thao Ngoc, Representative of VNG.

Previously, VNG accompanied Newborns Vietnam on a 5-year journey (from 2017 to 2021) through the UpRace community running project and contributed VND 4 billion to this organization.

In addition to Newborns Vietnam, VNG has just donated $10,000 for Passerelles numériques Vietnam (PNV), a French NGO with a training center in Vietnam, supporting young people with disabilities through education in the digital industry. In addition, VNG also supports the Association in Support of Vietnamese Handicapped and Orphans, the Swim Vietnam drowning prevention club, and CyberKid Vietnam which carries the mission of ensuring the cybersecurity of Vietnamese children.