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21 Jul 2017
Launch of the Viet Nam National CRVS Steering Committee
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The Ministry of Justice of Viet Nam hosted the launch of the National CRVS Steering Committee in Hanoi on 16 June 2017 to announce the Viet Nam CRVS National Action Programme (2017- 2024). As the initial implementation steps outlined by the Asia-Pacific CRVS Regional Action Framework (RAF), the launch of the national steering committee and the national action plan is expected to accelerate the implementation of the RAF as part of the 2014 Ministerial Declaration to "get every one in the picture". In a broader context, the strengthening of the national CRVS system supports wider efforts to ensure that "no one is left behind" as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The event was attended by various organizations including UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO and ESCAP

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