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The Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) in collaboration with Son La provincial authorities opened a religious activities workshop for local Protestant leaders on April 15 in Son La Union hotel.
On April 15, the Government Committee for Religious Affairs held a meeting with religious scholars and officials on the 4th draft law on belief and religion.
In early April Hai An Church in Ca Mau province, Cai Rang Church in Can Tho city and Hau Nghia Church in Long An province held Protestant prayers and fellowship meetings of pastors, Evangelists and deacons.
Deputy Minister of Home Affairs cum Chairman of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) Phạm Dũng attended and delivered the opening speech at a religious knowledge training course held on April 14.
Nhuan Phu Tan parish under the Tay Ninh Caodai Church in southern province of Ben Tre inaugurated its Mother Buddha worshipping temple at a ceremony held in April 12.
A gathering of Khmer Buddhists, intellectuals and students living in Ho Chi Minh City was held in Candaransi pagoda in District 3 on April 11 to celebrate the Khmer New Year festival - Chol Chnam Thmay.
Thu Thiem – An Phu Caodai parish solemnly inaugurated its new oratory at a ceremony held in district 2 on April 12.
The Sa Dec district Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) Executive Board presented 300 health insurance cards to poor people in Tan Khanh Dong commune at a ceremony held in April 9.
The Youth Committee under the General Confederation of Evangelical churches of Vietnam (Southern) in collaboration with Can Tho city Protestant Executive Committee held a training for teachers of summer Biblical classes on April 8-9.
On April 10th, the Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) Vice Chairman Bùi Thanh Hà received a delegation from the organization Bread for the World led by Mrs. Ingrid Gisela Muller, Head of the Southeast Asia region.
Vice President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Le Ba Trinh received the ethnic minority Sisters of the Miraculous Medal group from the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum on April 8 in Hanoi.
The archbishop of Yangon spoke at a conference in Bangkok that drew 43 delegates from 14 nations. Race, religion and politics are among the "many challenges" the continent faces. Calling for mutual respect and unity in diversity to end decades of conflict, he stressed the importance of education and religious freedom as the foundations of coexistence.
Ky Hoa Protestant Church under the General Confederation of Evangelical Churches of Vietnam (Southern) held a ground-breaking ceremony for reconstruction of its church on April 7.
The construction of Can Linh pagoda in Vinh city was kicked off at a ceremony held on April 6.
The Vinh Trinh commune Hoa Hao Buddhist Management Board held a ground-breaking ceremony for the construction of its pagoda in Vinh Thanh district on April 7.