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Official website for overseas Vietnamese women launched

Friday, April 10, 2015, 16:26 GMT+7
Official website for overseas Vietnamese women launched
The homepage of the official website for overseas Vietnamese women

The Vietnam Women's Union has launched an official website for overseas Vietnamese women, according to the government’s website

The website has a user-friendly interface with vivid images, audio, and videos and has been accessible at since Thursday.

The website with nine major categories and 30 sub-sections is run in accordance with Resolution No. 36 / NQ-TW of the Politburo on "Working toward Overseas Vietnamese Women.”

The launch of the website follows the Resolution of the 11th National Women Congress on calling for the unification of overseas Vietnamese women for the sake of the stability and development of overseas Vietnamese communities and national cultural identity preservation, said Nguyen Thi Thanh Hoa, chairperson of the Vietnam Women's Union.

The website is also considered a handbook providing support and advice, and sharing information and practical knowledge with more than two million Vietnamese women living, studying and working abroad, reported.

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