Binh Dinh (VNA) – New Zealand’s ambassador to Vietnam, Tradine Dobson, paid a working visit to Binh Dinh to assess the results of local projects benefiting from New Zealand aid.
On 6 June, Ms. Dobson held working sessions with officials from the Provincial People’s Committee, the Provincial Health Services, and the Binh Dinh Clinic.
Ambassador Tradyne Dobson said she was pleased with the development of the pediatric department at the Infirmary banh dinhthat benefited from New Zealand-supported medical projects. Between 2005 and 2009, the New Zealand government awarded $3 million to the project “Improving the Quality of Care for Mothers and Children”.
In addition, between 2016 and 2017, the New Zealand organization – Vietnam Health Trust provided medical equipment and technical training to Binh Dinh Polyclinic and Bong Son Polyclinic in the Hoai Nhon capital of Binh Dinh.
Ms Dobson said she would work with the New Zealand Health Trust to launch new projects in Binh Dinh.
The ‘Healthy Vegetable Growing in Binh Dinh’ project was implemented as of June 2016 by the New Zealand Plant and Food Research Institute in collaboration with the Provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development under a five-year aid program of the New Zealand Government.
Noting that many local farmers and consumers were benefiting from the healthy vegetables, Dobson said she is considering a proposal to the New Zealand government to extend the project to his debt.
New Zealand diplomat Binh Dinh invited to participate in 3e The Dyke Safety Assurance Program phase which is supported by New Zealand and implemented in several locations in Vietnam.
On his part, the Permanent Vice-Chair of the Provincial People’s Committee, Nguyen Tuan Thanh, suggested that New Zealand continue its assistance to projects in Binh Dinh, particularly in agriculture, human resource development, health, tourism, poverty reduction and promotion of New Zealand. Companies to invest in the province. -VNA
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