(HBO) – The Women’s Union of Hoa Binh province held a workshop share experience in fighting human trafficking in response to the World Day against Trafficking in Persons.
event was attended by nearly 50 delegates from provincial agencies, departments
and sectors, leaders from the districts of Kim Boi, Ky Son and Da Bac, and Hoa
Binh city and representatives of Women’s Unions of 11 districts and Hoa Binh
At the workshop, they watched a documentary on
the fight against human trafficking conducted by the Vietnam Women’s Union
Central Committee and listened to a report on this work nationwide.
From 2006 to mid-2019, 1,059 human trafficking
cases were uncovered across the country, involving 1,432 traffickers and 2,674
victims. Up to 892 or over 80 percent of the cases sold people to China with
1,187 traffickers and 2,319 victims, accounting for over 86 percent of the
total trafficked persons. A large number of cases were discovered in the
provinces bordering China
like Lao Cai, Ha Giang, Dien Bien and Quang Ninh.
Traffickers formed many trans-provincial and
trans-national rings or gangs using sophisticated ruses to trick people into
prostitution, illegal marriages or forced labour.
Participants at the event looked into the human
trafficking situation in Vietnam,
especially the trafficking of people to China. Hoa Binh province hasn’t
recorded any such cases in recent years.
They pointed out difficulties, challenges,
causes and experience in the combat against human trafficking, giving
authorised agencies proposals in terms of the building and implementation of
programmes, plans and measures to effectively fight back this type of crime./.
(HBO) - Hoa Binh city in the northwestern province of the same name has paid due attention to education-training as it understands the significance of the cause.
(HBO) – Hoa Binh province has drastically monitored locals returning from Da Nang and other COVID-19-hit localities in July, while applying measures to prevent and control the pandemic.
(HBO) - The Hoa Binh Province People’s Committee on July 26 issued a document on intensifying the COVID-19 prevention work.
(HBO) - Hoa Binh province now has more than 88,450 labourers and 1,081 trade union organisations, including 862 at the non-business sector, gathering a total of 60,118 members.
(HBO) – The Standing Board of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCYU) of Hoa Binh province together with the provincial Women’s Union recently held a seminar on young family building and sustainable development with the theme of "Safety for women and children”.
(HBO) - ChildFund in Hoa Binh has provided anti-Covid-19 products to the people and the students in the project communes in Kim Boi and Tan Lac districts.