The aim of this project is to increase the incomes of households through more agricultural outputs generation thanks to organic technique applied.
The reality of perceived differences in corporate culture between Vietnam – Japan – Korea …
Hanoi, 25 January 2021, the Australian government is providing AUD 1 million for humanitarian
response to people suffering from …
CARE II Project funded by ADRA Austria and ADRA Germany, to improve gender equitable livelihoods of the poor ethnic minorities through economic empowerment and renewable energy application in Bao Lac district, Cao Bang province, Vietnam.
Enhance community capacity in Community-based Disaster Risk Management planning and implementation project (BRICK II)
The Community-based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM) approach is to build people’s capacity of coping with disaster risks and reducing their vulnerability thereby developing safer and more resilient communities.
Continuing the renewable energy component of CARE project, installation of solar power systems was initiated from late November 2015, holding purpose of helping remote communities in Bao Toan and Thuong Ha commune (Bao Lac district, Cao Bang province, Vietnam) receive reliable off-grid electricity.
Prior to the happening of typhoon season in Southern Vietnam, ADRA in Vietnam held a two-day rehearsal of Disaster Risk Reduction and Rescue Training for relevant stakeholders including implementing partners at locality and direct beneficiaries of the Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management Projects.
There was a considerable record of people who face high vulnerability of getting drown in flood-prone regions in Vietnam. The majority figure fell mostly on group of children, due to the lack of self-rescue techniques and the sudden characteristic of the catastrophe.
The ethnic minority women, particularly the ones living in Northern mountainous region of Vietnam, are always involved in a hard work.
“Some consider 68-year-old as the elderly, I personally feel that with confidence, I am still able to do many things for the community and with the other people.”
The Community and Economic Development for Livelihood Improvement Project (CEDLIP) is funded by Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland through ADRA Finland Foundation.
Subsequent to the successful setup of Community Development Clubs (CDCs) in 15 chosen villages as project sites of the Community and Economic Development for Livelihood Improvement Project (CEDLIP), the monthly meetings in each club have been organized in regular basis.
Based on the experience and lessons learned from the SEA:REACTi Project and context in Can Tho, the Capacity building for Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management Project (CADIM) is proposed …
“What if my mom did not pass away that early, and my brother and sister did not turn out to be with disability during their grown up, perhaps my dad would not get mentally ill… Imagine if similar thing happens to my children, I might fall into the same situation”, said Pham Thi Nhung – the second daughter and the only one who luckily stays in normal condition of Pham Van Lanh.
“Fly beyond your border” was the initial project concept we set up for the year 2014. Believing in the world with lots of generous hearts, the idea of connecting communities and communities, bringing people to people was nurtured and propelled.