This event was the continuance of 2013 Technical Innovation Symposium, which formed a core component of SEA: REACTi project, aiming at…
Community Development Funds (CDFs) were established in 28 Development Clubs of Sustainable Livelihood Development Project, Cao Bang, Vietnam.
Over the last month, the ADRA staffs have worked tirelessly in the field, boosted the implementation of Cow Bank and conducted different activities on Community Development.
Climate change is placing more visible impacts on the region of Mekong River Delta.
“I was born naturally blind and the poverty has been following me since the birth. I still found luck somehow by having a good husband and now three kids, but we still struggle with misery for years”.
The four-year project’s worth of NZD 700,000 focusing on improving livelihood for the locals and boosting community-based disaster risk management was warmly launched, with the participation of ADRA Vietnam and representatives from various departments and local authorities.
Responding to emergency has remained as one of prime pillars in ADRA’s operations. We are proud of the small helping hand lent to people in need, but also get more deeply touched by the heart of people relieved.
August 20th – 22nd, 2013: Within the comprehensive program of “Community Development” in Tay Ninh Province, ADRA Vietnam has conducted “Information, Education, Communication” activities on health protection for local residents.
The South East Asia: Regional Environmental Adaptation to Climate Change Training and Implementation Project (SEA:REACTi)
The overarching goal of the SEA:REACTi project will be to open up dialogue between inter-sectoral partners within the ASEAN community and …
ADRA’s workshop sharing the “Model of Peer Education to promote adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in schools”
Mr Doan Duc Dan, a trainer at the Thai Binh Blind Association, provides an insight into the use of the white cane for people with visual impairment. He encourages his peers to stop being hesitant about using the cane. There’s nothing be be ashamed of, it brings independence.
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.
One day of late 2011, we came to Chau Thanh District for surveying the beneficiaries of Cow Bank Initiative Project. The project had been kicked start since June 2010, but the ADRA in Vietnam’s staffs still kept track of selected subjects, so to ensure the project targeting those most in need.
In a small room in Thai Binh, a 10 year old girl, Chi, is learning to read and write.
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.