Improving the health and education of poor children across Vietnam

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These results reflect the lives of children and their families. Our passion is preventing needless death and improving the lives of poor children in Vietnam. Help us fund our work by donating today! Together we can save even more lives! If you wish to donate please click here!

Building capacity in Ha Giang Province

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Thanks to the generous support from HSBC, we were able to provide Advanced Pediatric Life Support (APLS) Training to 32 doctors in Ha Giang Province last week. APLS is an essential component of our Critical Response Program. It provides the knowledge and skills necessary for recognition, effective treatment and stabilization of children with life threatening […]

Building Capacity in Quang Nam Province

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Thanks to our generous donor ExxonMobil, 31 medical professionals from Quang Nam Province were trained and certified in Advanced Pediatric Life Support this month. The internationally recognized APLS course provides the knowledge and skills necessary for recognition, effective treatment and stabilization of children with life threatening emergencies, using a structured, sequential team approach. It provides the […]

A Brighter Path (Phase II) 1st Empowerment Workshop

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To provide hope for a brighter future and a break from the poverty cycle for ethnic minority girls in Vietnam, VinaCapital Foundation, in partnership with Vu A Dinh, a local Vietnamese scholarship organization, created A Brighter Path: Scholarships, Mentoring, and Annual Empowerment Workshops for Ethnic Minority Girls. Since 2010, “A Brighter Path – Phase I´´ […]

Toyota Vietnam Foundation donates to Critical Response

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Once again, Toyota Vietnam Foundation donates to our Critical Response Program. This time they’ve donated 9 crash carts to 8 hospitals in Lai Chau Province, one of the most economically disadvantaged provinces in the country. In recent years, despite of the growing life standards of the Vietnamese people, there are still mountainous poor rural provinces […]