Through June 2022

VinaCapital Foundation has achieved

  • 9,218 children were funded for life-saving heart surgeries through the Heartbeat Vietnam program.
  • 267,286 children received free heart examinations through the Rural Outreach Clinics program.
  • 1,573 healthcare experts trained in Advanced Pediatric Life Support through Survive to Thrive - Critical Response program.
  • 525 pieces of medical equipment donated through Survive to Thrive - Critical Response program.
  • 186 crash carts donated through Survive to Thrive - Critical Response program.
  • 253,635 direct beneficiaries through Survive to Thrive - Critical Response program.
  • 91 water filtration systems donated through the Clean Water program.
  • 12,000 people received essential care packages from the Central Vietnam Disaster Relief campaign. The entire population of Nam Tra My district, Quang Nam province is benefited.
  • 1,763 students received scholarships to continue their education through the Brighter Path program.
  • 57 ventilators, 1 ECMO machine, and 10,050 sets of PPE donated through 2021 Covid-19 Emergency Response campaign.
Our GOALS

VCF addresses international goals

Every VCF program runs deep commitments to children’s and women’s rights, diversity and inclusion, poverty and economic development, nutrition, health and wellbeing, education and environmental protection. This matrix clearly explains these relationships and our program goals/sub-goals.

*Only Principle Articles or Goals are noted – many others apply indirectly.

VCF PROGRAM
GOALS
Heartbeat Vietnam Grassroots Assistance
UN Convention on Children Rights*

2: No discrimination

23: People with Disabilities

24: Health

Universal Human Rights*

1: Equal Rights

2: No Discrimination

25: Health

26: Education

UN Convention on Children Rights*

2: No discrimination

23: People with Disabilities

24: Health

UN MDGs*

2: No discrimination

23: People with Disabilities

24: Health

Outreach Clinics
UN Convention on Children Rights*

2: No discrimination

16: Protection of privacy

24: Health

Universal Human Rights*

1: Equal Rights

2: No Discrimination

25: Health

26: Education

UN Convention on Children Rights*

1: Poverty

2: Education

3: Gender Equality

4: Child Mortality

UN MDGs*

1: Poverty

3: Health

4: Education

5: Gender equality

Critical Response Survive to Thrive
UN Convention on Children Rights*

2: No discrimination

6: Life, survival & development

24: Health

Universal Human Rights*

1: Equal Rights

2: No Discrimination

25: Health

26: Education

UN Convention on Children Rights*

1: Poverty

3: Gender Equality

4: Child Mortality

UN MDGs*

1: Poverty

3: Health

4: Education

5: Gender equality

Clean Water
UN Convention on Children Rights*

6: Life, survival & development

24: Health

Universal Human Rights*

1: Equal Rights

2: No Discrimination

25: Health

UN Convention on Children Rights*

1: Poverty

4: Child Mortality

7: Water & Sanitation

UN MDGs*

1: Poverty

3: Health

6: Clean water & sanitation

National Emergencies
UN Convention on Children Rights*

6: Life, survival & development

24: Health

28: Education

Universal Human Rights*

1: Equal Rights

2: No Discrimination

25: Health

26: Education

UN Convention on Children Rights*

1: Poverty

2: Education

4: Child Mortality

UN MDGs*

1: Poverty

3: Health

4: Education

Brighter Path
UN Convention on Children Rights*

2: No discrimination

28: Education

30: Minority culture, language & region

Universal Human Rights*

1: Equal Rights

2: No Discrimination

25: Health

26: Education

UN Convention on Children Rights*

1: Poverty

2: Education

3: Gender Equality

4: Child Mortality

UN MDGs*

1: Poverty

3: Health

4: Education

5: Gender equality

OUR IMPACTS

A Clubfoot Girl with Perseverance and Aspiration

H’On Mlo was born with clubfoot – a common congenital birth defect that causes one or both feet to turn inward and upward.

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Clean water at school for better health and studying results

Despite COVID-19’s 2020 hardships, the VCF program team travelled across Vietnam to the most needy rural areas of the country.

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Journey of Pride and Transformation

Ro Cham Ling (Jrai ethnic group, Gia Lai province) – 1 of 49 ethnic minority female students joining the Brighter Path program.

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Mai Hoa and her family’s transformation

After the COVID situation eased off, contributions from Heartbeat Vietnam’s benevolent donors provided Mai Hoa with the operation she desperately needed. Half a year after the open-heart surgery, this precious little girl is on a complete recovery post-operation with encouraging regular checkups.

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How an essential little piece of equipment can save little lives

Baby Ho Thi Tinh was born on July 24, 2020, in Ninh Thuan province. Four days later, she was transferred to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) of Children’s Hospital 2, HCMC as Tinh was diagnosed with newborn respiratory distress syndromes (RDS).

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A Clubfoot Girl with Perseverance and Aspiration
A Clubfoot Girl with Perseverance and Aspiration
Clean water at school for better health and studying results
Clean water at school for better health and studying results
Journey of Pride and Transformation
Journey of Pride and Transformation
Mai Hoa and her family’s transformation
Mai Hoa and her family’s transformation
How an essential little piece of equipment can save little lives
How an essential little piece of equipment can save little lives

Reports

Audit Reports
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