LFND, UNICEF Join Hands To Improve Situation Of Vulnerable Children

(KPL) The Lao Front for National Development (LFND) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have organized a workshop on improving situation of vulnerable children.President of the Lao Front for National Development (LFND) Saysomphone Phomvihane and UNICEF Representative Octavian Bivol have participated a 2-day (April 24-26, 2019) workshop in ...


Laos concludes observations on implementing child rights’ convention

VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/ANN) – Laos remains committed to realising the rights of the child with authorities holding workshops to discuss concluding observations for all sectors at central and provincial level in order to develop their action plans.This was the message at a consultation workshop with development ...

Times Reporters

Laos reaffirms continued support for children’s rights

Laos will continue to work with Unicef and other development partners to promote and protect the rights of children. In doing so, Laos aims to fulfil the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030 under the Convention of the Rights of the Child.More ...

Phetphoxay Sengpaseuth

Laos defends progress on child rights protection

A Lao delegation has reaffirmed the government’s continued support for children’s rights through the development of regulations, education, health services, and other fields. More ...

Times Reporters

Laos Places 132nd On Status of Children Report

Save the Children launched a new global report, ‘The Many Faces of Exclusion’ where it ranked countries based on a range of indicators related to childhood.More ...

The Laotian Times

Child survival, nutrition, education efforts get results

 The government will strive to work closely with development partners and international organisations to ensure every child survives, attain better nutrition and education. Progress was noted in the Lao social indicator survey II (LSIS- II).More ...

Vientiane Times

More Than 1 In 20 Adolescent Girls Never Attend School

(KPL) More than 1 in 20 adolescent girls have never attended school and 1 in 5 adolescent girls have dropped out of school in the Lao PDR, according to a UN study.  The study conducted by the United Nations Population Fund suggests that nearly 2 in ...


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