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Vol. 11, No. 1 (2019) Trang: 101-111
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Received 22 Mar 2018
Revised 24 Aug 2018

Accepted 29 Mar 2019


Mekong Delta is one of Vietnam’s extensive areas. This region has the youngest developmental history when it is compared with other areas in Vietnam. Accounting for nearly 50% of the social workforce in the Mekong Delta, women have remarkable contributions to family, community, and social development. In the field of politics, female cadres actively learn to improve their political, professional, and moral qualities. In addition, women actively participate in building a powerful government, so a small percentage of women are trained, planned, promoted and appointed to many key positions in the local areas. However, women in the political system still confront many disadvantages in both quality and quantity when men are still dominant. This paper not only reveals female official’s limitations in qualifications and specialist skills but also reflects gender inequality in decision-making positions.


Mekong Delta, leadership, public administration, women

Cited as: Linh, N.K., 2019. An evaluation female human resource in public administration with study case in the Mekong Delta. Can Tho University Journal of Science. 11(1): 104-111.

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