VIETNAM GENDER IMBALANCES
According to the General Department of Population and Family Planning, Vietnam is facing a growing gender imbalance, as reflected in the 2014 sex ratio at birth stats 114 boys to 100 girls.
The warning was released at the seminar on “Solutions to address sex imbalance at birth” held by the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in 2014. Their Report stated the ratio of male/female newborns in Vietnam is 1,000:914, while 30 years ago it was 1,000:962.
Hence, it's expected by 2050, the number of men in Vietnam will be 2.3-4.3 million more than that of women.