6th to 12th of July in 2017, CCIHP in the collaboration
with Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and
Hawaii Islands have conducted successfully a summer
camp on Sexuality Education for teachers in Hanoi
Today, 30/8/2017, CCIHP and PAHE and Maternal and Child
Health deparment from the Ministry of Health have conducted
successfully the roundtable discussion on Postnatal Depression
to raise the awareness and attention of stakeholders to think
about the solution of this issue
A crowd fundraising project from Rubic and CCIHP
in order to publish 2 books from “How-to guide”
for parents who have children with autism in Vietnam.
Donate at: http://tusachmaubu.com/
On 29th and 30th of November, CCIHP in collaboration with
partners was conducted successfully the
3rd National Symposium on Sexuality, Health and Society
“Cultural and Institutional Barriers to Addressing
Sexual Violence in Việt Nam”
Center for Creative Initiatives in Health and Population (CCIHP) inherited 10-year experience and reputation from Consultation of Investment in Health Promotion (CIHP), which was found in 1999. Given the changing social context and opportunities of international collaboration to address health problems in Vietnam, in late 2008 CCIHP was established as an affiliated organization of CIHP, and has been registered under the Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Association (VUSTA). CCIHP has continued CIHP vision and mission, and develops further as it is now in a better political position.
hoạt động XÀ PHÒNG HY VỌNG - SOAP FOR HOPE, là hoạt động của CCIHP phối hợp với Diversey và các tập đoàn khách sạn nhằm tăng cuồhạtđo động bảo vệ môi trường, tái chế xà phòng và hỗ trợ trẻ em, phụ nữ trong thực hành vệ sinh
As a follow up event after the first meeting - on March, 28th 2018, the training sessions of the “Innovative youth engaged in family planning” (funded by UNF through FP2020) project not only provided an opportunity to learn new knowledge and skills but also created an open and cozy environment for everyone to speak up. Together, the...
A survey conducted by CCIHP in 2015 in four high schools in Hanoi revealed that nearly 70% of students were afraid to ask their parents about sexual and reproductive problems because of several reasons: Fear of parents scold, doubt, fear of being judged, do not know where to start ...