First steps towards a maternal health project in the Ho Chi Minh region

19 Mar, 2017

[vc_row type= »in_container » full_screen_row_position= »middle » scene_position= »center » text_color= »dark » text_align= »left » overlay_strength= »0.3″][vc_column column_padding= »no-extra-padding » column_padding_position= »all » background_color_opacity= »1″ background_hover_color_opacity= »1″ width= »1/4″ tablet_text_alignment= »default » phone_text_alignment= »default »][image_with_animation image_url= »2304″ alignment= » » animation= »Fade In » box_shadow= »none » max_width= »100% »][/vc_column][vc_column column_padding= »no-extra-padding » column_padding_position= »all » background_color_opacity= »1″ background_hover_color_opacity= »1″ width= »3/4″ tablet_text_alignment= »default » phone_text_alignment= »default »][vc_column_text]Entre décembre 2016 et février 2017, nous avons mené une étude sur les conditions de santé des femmes ouvrières dans les zones industrielles à Ho Chi Minh Ville et à Bien Hoa (Province de Dong Nai, limitrophe à la capitale).
Planète Enfants & Développement is the first NGO to have received the authorization to enter the factories and to interview directly the managers, the medical staff, the unions and of course the workers, in small groups or in
individual discussion.

This study aims to identify the gaps between the existing medical service offer inside and outside the factories and the real needs of the female workers and their children. It is financed by the Weave Our Future Foundation, a foundation created by Auchan Retail whose vocation is to support projects to improve the living and working conditions of workers in the countries of supply. In a second phase, it should allow the development of a project to improve the health conditions of these women, particularly in terms of maternal and reproductive health, following the example of our project in Cambodia.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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