COMMUNICATIONS/CONSULTING CHILDREN'S RIGHT IN ACCESS TO EDUCATIONAL AND HEALTH SERVICES IN HO CHI MINH CITY
On the morning of September 8th 2019, the LAMICO Project of the Social Development Training Center (SDTC) - Ton Duc Thang University launched a communication/consulting session on children's rights in accessing educational services. education and health for migrant workers in Quarter 2, Tan Thuan Tay Ward, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City. These activities to raise the awareness of migrant workers about children's rights to access health and education services in the City.
The communication / counseling session was shared, guided and answered by child protection expert Pham Dinh Nghinh (Standing Vice President of Ho Chi Minh City Children's Rights Protection Association), especially the participation projections of over 20 migrant workers living in boarding houses in the area.
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Expert Pham Dinh Nghinh shared and answered the opinions of migrant workers