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A World Bank supported project helped finance the education of 8,000 poor students in private high schools or vocational schools.  Read More »

REPORT

More competitive transport and trade logistics can have positive impact on productivity and business competitiveness, say new World Bank reports.  Read More »

LENDING

Vietnam: Commitments by Fiscal Year (in millions of dollars)*

*Amounts include IBRD and IDA commitments

COUNTRY DATA
Data from World Bank
PROJECT MAP
Experts
Victoria Kwakwa
Country Director, The World Bank Vietnam
Sandeep Mahajan
Lead Economist
IN DEPTH
Children sing at a public preschool in Vietnam
Aid Effectiveness
The new strategy supports Vietnam to increase competitiveness of the economy, environmental sustainability and access to opportunities.
Shed the light on anti-corruption
Anti-Corruption
The study brings evidence on the nature of corruption, identify factors that constrain anticorruption work, and inform the development of anticorruption efforts.
The forum supports substantive policy discussion between the Government of Vietnam, its development partners, the private sector, civil society organizations, among others to foster socio-economic development and improved well-being for all Vietnamese.
Poverty
Farmers in mountainous areas of Vietnam formed common interest groups to grow new agriculture products, which have helped to significantly increase their income.
Vietnam: Before and after World Bank-supported projects
Vietnam has made progress in improving citizens’ lives through infrastructure and social services. Some results have been achieved through Bank-supported projects.