IRISH AID ANNOUNCEMENTS
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Civil Society Funding
In April 2012, Irish Aid announced an open call to invite concept
notes for 2012 first funding round of the Civil Society Facility.
We have received a number of concept notes. Therefore, there will
be no new calls for concept notes in August 2012.
Irish Aid would like to thank all organisations and partners for
their interest in the Irish Aid programme and the time and energy
they have taken with us.
For updated information on Irish Aid programme and Civil Society
Facility, please visit the Embassy’s website www.embassyofireland.vn
We look forward to working with you in the future.
VIETNAMESE PARALYMPIC TEAM SEND- OFF FOR TRAINING IN THE BUILD-UP
TO LONDON 2012, PARALYMPIC GAMES (PDF 299kb)
Vietnamese Paralympic hopefuls make final
preparations for Games at Limerick camp
Vietnamese Paralympics team train in
Vietnam and Zambia Paralympic athletes plan Irish training base
AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS
Competition Ireland: The Country, People and Education on Vietnam
Vietnam Education Newspaper (www.giaoduc.net.vn), the
Embassy of Ireland in Hanoi, and Enterprise
Ireland (the Organizing Committee) are pleased to launch
Ireland: The Country, People and Education
Vietnam Education Online
The purpose of the competition is to create an interesting
challenge for students in Vietnam as well as abroad. The
competition is open to all Vietnamese citizens aged 15 – 45, who
are living, studying or working in Vietnam or abroad. The
competition will be open for entries from 10 July to 10 October
The competition provides an opportunity for Vietnamese students to
improve their knowledge about Ireland. The competition topic is
open, allowing the entrant to write on any subject he/she chooses
concerning Ireland. The Organizing Committee hopes to attract a
large number of entrants with many creative and in-depth entries.
Vietnam Education Online is one of the most popular e-news services
in Vietnam, with 3.5 million hits a day.
The Competition is administered by Vietnam Education Online and
co-funded by the Embassy of Ireland, Hanoi and Enterprise Ireland.
For more information, please visit the website: http://giaoduc.net.vn/Cuoc-thi-tim-hieu-Ireland/394.gd
Full details in Vietnamese (PDF 195kb)