ADRA in Vietnam has carried out over 180 projects across Vietnam in since commencing operations in 1993. Throughout that time, ADRA has implemented a number of successful development models that have helped shape our current projects and development goals. You will find some recently completed projects information and details below.
The BPLIP program focused on improving the economic stability of local people and communities through increased incomes and reduced vulnerability by creating resilience in targeted communities across Binh Phuoc province. The activities involved with this program include:
- Cow Loan Program
- Capacity and life skill building and activities, especially in community and household sanitation.
CROP (Creating Opportunities for People with Visual Impairment in Hanoi) is a three year project which improves the Hanoi Blind Association’s capacity through training in advocacy, fund-raising, IT skills, marketing skills, massage therapy, and Braille literacy. The Hanoi Blind Association’s staff will be able to utilize these skills via retraining other staff or members, awareness raising, fund-raising and marketing, delivering vocational training and Braille literacy for its members and support skills for parents or caregivers.
The CHIC project improves reliable access to confidential and anonymous support services. This project provides information on adolescent sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS for citizens of Cao Bang Province. However, this program has been widely accessed across the country and the world through its website www.tuvantuoihoa.org.vn
The CHIC program provides youth-friendly counselling services via:
- 24/7 telephone Hotline
- Website: www.tuvantuoihoa.org.vn
- Radio programs in four ethnic languages answering common questions
- Commune Health workers
LICEEM (Literacy Class Empowers Ethnic Minority Women) is a three-year project that aims to promote and improve the overall social status of ethnic minority women in Cao Bang Province through awareness raising and educational activities. LICEEM works in collaboration with the local Women’s Union and facilitates numeracy and literacy classes using participatory learning approaches.