Binh Dinh Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs in collaboration with the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs has organized 02 training sessions, including 03 classes (03 days each) per session; each class has 198 Delegates who are officials, employees, collaborators of social work to attend.
Contents of the training includes guide to review and collect information on people with disabilities and mine / UXO survivors; to use registration software to issue certificates of disability and manage cases for people with disabilities, and victims of mines and UXO.
Organized 01 workshop to guide the implementation of the project to support mine / UXO survivors in the period of 2018 - 2020, with more than 50 delegates at the central level (Department of Social Protection, Office of the Committee 701), KOICA representatives UNDP and localities (Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, social protection institutions and Division of Labour - Invalids and Social Affairs of 11 districts, towns and cities) attended.
In addition, the Department of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs has coordinated with the local authority to review and collect data on people with disabilities and mine / UXO survivors on the software system. Result illustrated that the whole province has in total 43,760 people with disabilities and mine / UXO survivors who approved to receive information.
The number of people with disabilities and mine / UXO survivors that was examined and inputted on the system has exceeded the set target (the target set in the plan is 40,000 people). Initial data shows that 26,865 people with disabilities and mine / UXO survivors in the province needing support, specifically as follows: the need for medical care support has 18,579 subjects; in need of education support and apprenticeship employment: 2,207 subjects; in need of psychological, social support and community integration: 2,426 subjects; in need of support for families to nurture and take care of people with disabilities: 3,610 subjects, with 43 times of admission to aid facilities.