Hunger & Livelihoods

Friday 29 December 2023

CASE STORY: Sketching your own dreams | Chắp tay bút, vẽ ước mơ

Tu, 20 years old, has just earned the first amount of money in his life. A small amount but it means a lot to him and his family because he had put a lot of effort into “this work". 

Tuesday 27 June 2023

Supporting jobs and Vocational training for young people with disabilities | Hỗ trợ việc làm và dạy nghề cho thanh niên khuyết tật

The workshop "Supporting jobs and vocational training for young people with disabilities in Ho Chi Minh City" organized by the Association in Support of People with Disabilities and Orphans of Ho Chi Minh City (HASPDO), in partnership with Save the Children, was held on June 20, 2023.
Hội thảo "Hỗ trợ việc làm và dạy nghề cho thanh niên khuyết tật trên địa bàn thành phố Hồ Chí Minh" do Hội Bảo trợ người khuyết tật và trẻ mồ côi thành phố Hồ Chí Minh đồng hành cùng Tổ chức Cứu trợ Trẻ em tổ chức đã diễn ra ngày 20/6/2023.

Wednesday 5 April 2023

Job & Start-up Fair for ethnic minority youth | Thanh niên Trấn Yên tự tin lập thân, lập nghiệp

On 26th February 2023, Save the Children and Center for Sustainable Development of Mountainous Communities (SUDECOM) co-hosted a Job & Start-up Fair “Tran Yen youth – Be confident to establish their own career” in Yen Bai.
Vào ngày 26/2/2023, Tổ chức Cứu trợ Trẻ em và Trung tâm Hỗ trợ phát triển bền vững cộng đồng các dân tộc miền núi (SUDECOM) tổ chức Ngày hội Việc làm và Khởi nghiệp “Thanh niên Trấn Yên tự tin lập thân, lập nghiệp” tại tỉnh Yên Bái.

Tuesday 19 April 2016

Save the Children Shares Experience in Helping Youth Find Jobs

Save the Children on April 18-20 organized a learning meeting to share its experience in helping deprived and at-risk youth aged 15-24 become better prepared for the job market.

Wednesday 2 March 2016

“Acquiring Skills for a Job Changes My Life”

Nguyen Van Liet (L) in a class sponsored by Save the Children in Vietnam. Nguyen Van Liet, 24, was born to a poor family in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho.  His parents divorced when he was still in pregnancy and he grew up with a step father and brother.  Dropping out of school in grade 12 when the family could no longer afford his school fee, Liet moved out to live in his brother’s slaughter house, starting to work and earn money.