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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. 

Friday 19 February 2016

Program Supports Thousands of Marginalized Vietnamese Children

Save the Children in Vietnam organized a workshop to review its project for migrant and other marginalized children in Ho Chi Minh City in late January to assess what has been done and the way forward. 

Monday 1 February 2016

IYCF Programme Leaves Sustained Impacts in Vietnam

A Save the Children notable programme in its 25 years of operation in Vietnam, the Infant and Young Child Feeding Programme (IYFC) has seen hundreds of consulting facilities that it helped build keep going even after the programme came to an end. It is also the first project in the country to be named Save the Children’s signature programme.

Monday 1 February 2016

Su’s Story: My Joy as a Teacher for Hmong Children

When Vang A Su first tried applying the child-focused teaching method that encourages students’ active participation in class, it turned out to be harder than he had expected. His students, who were familiar with the traditional teacher-centered method, had little idea about group discussion or group work. They didn’t know what they were supposed to do while he found it hard to “activate” his students.

Friday 22 January 2016

Save the Children in Vietnam Celebrates the Global Day of Action

Save the Children in Vietnam today celebrated the Global Day of Action as part of the organization's worldwide effort to move forward its strategy "Ambition for Children 2030."

We are working to support the world's most deprived and marginalized children. We help them Survive, Learn, and Be Protected. 

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