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In 2010, University of Labor and Social Affairs (ULSA) has partnered with Asian Social Institute (ASI), Bureau of Social Protection- Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs to implement Social Work Development Project in Vietnam approved by Vietnamese Government by 2010 (called Project 32). In this project, ULSA was received technical transfer by ASI that focused on building up training programs and completing curricula. Continuously from 2011- 2014, in the process of cooperation with the ASI, ULSA was the focal point for coordinating universities across the country use the training programs and curricula in order to train national core lecturers as Project 32’s purpose; at the same time, ULSA also organized and trained for head officers who work in social work field without social work background (including plenty of heads of Centers for Rehabilitation, Labor, and Social education). Social work with drug addicts is one of a part of this training program. The entire contents of this program were conveyed through the lectures in all the courses. Officially there are 100 head officers and about 120 national core lecturers were trained per year. From 2015 until now, although our cooperation with ASI is ended, ULSA annually still coordinates with the Bureau of Social Protection to continue using resources from lecturers, curriculum and textbook to build capacity for MOLISA officers with various levels from local to central.