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  • 19/11/2018 16:10
  • 16/11/2018 09:03
    Under the cooperative framework between the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the European Union (EU), in 2018 the General Office of Population and Family Planning (GOPFP) with technical assistance from the EU Health Facility (EU-HF) has developed a draft manual guiding the implementation of extra-curriculum activities that aim at reducing imbalanced sex ratio at birth, raising awareness of gender and promoting gender equity among school children.
  • 13/08/2018 10:00
    Printing and Delivery of the NCD Early Diagnosis Handbook (NCD Handbook) and the Maternal and Child Health Book (MCH Handbook)
  • 18/04/2018 09:17
    As a follow-on step from the Workshop on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Options in December 2017, a mini-workshop is taking place in Hanoi today to finalize the plausibility study on hospital category II with Da Nang University of Medical Technology and Pharmacy as a case study.
  • 13/04/2018 09:57
    Designed as a practical manual for health workers in Vietnam, the Handbook aims to raise awareness among the medical community about the importance of non-communicable diseases (NCD) prevention and risk factors as well as the role of medical doctors during periodic health examinations. In the coming months, the Handbook will be printed and made available for use in all health services in Vietnam.

The PPP Initiative in Vietnamese health sector

04/11/2016 11:59
At the request of the Deputy Minister of Health Prof. Le Tuan, key experts of the EU Health Facility made a presentation on PPP, its content and the options regarding its employment in the Vietnamese health sector in the Ministry of Health on August 6th, 2015. 

The decree of the government on Investment in the form of PPP was adopted in February 2015, and now the Government of Vietnam is not only keen to initiate the PPP projects in construction, but also in the health sector. The modernisation of the health technology, alongside an aging population and the increasing burden of non-communicable diseases, pose a great demand on health care service providers. This requires additional investment in infrastructure and equipment which many governments, even in developed countries, fail to meet. 

The search for private financing and optimization through more efficient service provision drives many to use PPP instruments to meet the demand. The presentation included further information on the experience with PPP in health sectors in the UK, Germany, Lesotho, Kyrgyz Republic and India (West Bengal), as well as raising the issues of service costs and payment modalities in PPP contracting. Chaired by the Vice Minister Prof. Le Tuan, representatives of different departments of the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Planning and Investment were also in attendance. EU-HF was further requested to organize additional activities to support MoH in promoting the PPP use in health care.

EU-HF Presentation (hyperlink)

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