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  • Ambassador David B. Shear's webchat with Vietnam Express

    AMB. Shear's Webchat with VNExpress as He Departs

    "We’re always ready to consider upgrading the relationship with Vietnam. We think that what’s really important is that we have a partnership and the partnership that we established when President Sang visited Washington last July is a very strong one."

  • Ambassador David B. Shear gives remarks at the launching ceremony.

    U.S. Embassy Attends Launch of VUSAC

    The mission of Vietnam-U.S. Alumni Club (VUSAC) is to build a strong, independent, and prosperous Vietnam, and make positive contributions to U.S.-Vietnam relations.

  • ASEAN Music Festival 2

    ASEAN Music Festival 2

    On Saturday, May 24, the United States Embassy in Hanoi and CAMA Vietnam organized the second annual ASEAN music festival – ASEAN PRIDE > Celebrating Diversity.

    ALSO:  Photos
  • Ambassador Shear speaking at the IPR day.

    Movie Screening in Honor of World IPR Day

    On April 25, the U.S. Embassy Hanoi, the Motion Picture Association, and CGV Cinemas Vietnam hosted a movie night to raise awareness about the need to protect the work of all artists and promote IPR in Vietnam.

    ALSO:  Photos

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  • U.S. CDC Supports Vietnam’s Emergency Operations Center
    U.S. CDC Supports Vietnam’s Emergency Operations Center

    In response to the WHO determination of an international emergency regarding the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Vietnam’s Ministry of Health activated their emergency operations center (EOC) for a preparedness response with support from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and WHO. U.S. CDC has provided technical and financial support to strengthen the EOC to better prepare for public health emergencies and prevent diseases from spreading in Vietnam, the region, and the world. 

  • New Grant from Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation
    New Grant from Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation

    This restoration project will allow Vinh Phuc Province to preserve and restore the architectural structure of Cam Gia Communal House, built in 1811. The Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation helps less developed countries preserve cultural heritage and demonstrates U.S. respect for other cultures. Since 2001, the fund has supported 13 projects in Vietnam. 

  • Distribution of eyeglasses in Quoc Oai, Hanoi.
    Children Receive Vision Care through U.S.-Supported Project

    On June 10, over 15,000 primary and secondary students in Quoc Oai district of Hanoi have received vision screenings with those in need receiving quality eyeglasses under an eye care project funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development. 

  • Participants of the first workshop on strengthening military laboratory management towards accreditation.
    Embassy Supports Strengthening Military Laboratory Management

    On June 3, 2014, with the support of the U.S. Embassy’s Office of Defense Cooperation, Department of Defense – President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (ODC/DoD PEPFAR), the Vietnam Ministry of National Defense, Military Medical Department (MoD/MMD) organized the first workshop on strengthening military laboratory management towards accreditation.