Situation Analysis of Migrant Health in Viet Nam (Vietnamese)

Nombre de pages: 
104
Année: 
2020
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Description: 

Viet Nam is home to dynamic and multidimensional population movements. Harnessing the full benefits of the migration process can unlock opportunities and deliver much-needed income and prosperity to families and communities, yet migrants themselves have been identified as vulnerable populations facing disadvantages in health-care access in Viet Nam and destination countries.

The relationship between health and migration is complex and influenced by the socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds of migrants, their previous health history, as well as the nature, quality and access to health-care systems prior to moving.

At regional and global levels, ensuring the health of migrants is a human rights quest and a common responsibility with public health impacts that transcend national boundaries. This is recognized as a key Global Health Goal by the World Health Assembly (WHA) and a tenet of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as evidenced by SDG 3. Good health and well-being and Target 3.8: achieve universal health coverage.

The Ministry of Health of Viet Nam, in partnership with IOM and World Health Organization, jointly undertook a situation analysis of migrant health. Its findings are articulated in this Situation Analysis of Migrant Health in Viet Nam report, which outlines the key needs and steps forward for development of a national action plan to promote the health of migrants in Viet Nam.

Table des matières: 
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
  • LIST OF FIGURES
  • LIST OF TABLES
  • LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION
    • Background
    • Research questions
    • Methodology
      • Study sites
      • Study participants and sampling
      • Data collection
      • Data analysis
      • Ethical considerations
    • Operational Definitions of Terminology
  • CHAPTER 2. LITERATURE REVIEW
    • Migration and Viet Nam
      • Socioeconomic context
      • Internal migration
      • Outbound migration
      • Inbound migration
    • WHA Resolution 61.17 on the Health of Migrants Global Operational Framework
      • Policy-Legal Frameworks
      • Monitoring migrants’ health
      • Migrant-sensitive health services
      • Partnerships, networks, and multi-country frameworks
    • SDGs and migrant health in Viet Nam
      • SDG 3. Good Health and Well-Being
      • SDG 5. Gender Equality
    • Health status of migrants
    • Health impacts of migration on families left behind
  • CHAPTER 3. RESULTS
    • Findings from interviews with migrants
      • Reasons for migration
      • Health-care access barriers model
      • Structural barriers
      • Financial barriers
      • Cognitive barriers
      • Social support barriers
    • Results of stakeholder interviews and focus group discussions
      • Coordination and partnerships among stakeholders
      • Policy and legal framework development
      • Monitoring migrant health
      • Migrant-friendly health-care system
      • Migrant challenges from stakeholders’ perspectives
  • CHAPTER 4. DISCUSSION
    • Policy-legal frameworks
    • Monitoring migrants’ health
    • Migrant-sensitive health services
    • Partnerships, networks, and multi-country frameworks
    • Sdg 3. Good health and well-being
    • Sdg 5. Gender equality
    • Social support, understanding, and cooperation for migrant health
    • Study limitations
  • CHAPTER 5. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
  • Annex 1
  • Annex 2
  • Annex 3
  • References
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