VinaCapital Foundation Announces 2020 Annual Report
VinaCapital Foundation is proud to announce our 2020 Annual Report to all of our partners and supporters. In this report, readers will find an in-depth understanding about our programs and impact in the pandemical year 2020.
2020 was a historical year that witnessed the devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences for the whole world. Despite the challenges and hardship, the VinaCapital Foundation team takes great pride in our programs’ outstanding accomplishments. We are so grateful to receive ongoing support from partners and the community, which has made our work possible. Despite the current virus debacle, let’s take a look back at the unforgettable 2020 to see how VCF saved disadvantaged children’s lives, built capacity in the healthcare system and empowered ethnic minority girls more than ever!
This Annual Report is a testament to your support and our hard work and devotion to assisting the most underserved communities, improving access to quality healthcare and education opportunities for all children and women. Spectacularly in an unforgettable year like 2020, VCF proved our commitment and effort in ensuring the health and safety of not only our beneficiaries, but also the healthcare workers and the community as a whole with our COVID-19 Emergency Response. As we fought the COVID virus issues successfully we also had to deal with one of the worst natural disasters in Vietnam’s history- epic flood damage to life and property in central Vietnam.
As 2021 continues to be a challenging year for everyone, may this Annual Report remind us of the value of working hard and joining hands to stand with the underprivileged. Together, we can overcome these trying times and build a brighter future for children and their mothers across the country.
We would like to express our gratitude to all the donors and supporters who have, like you, accompanied us on our journey of changing lives to build a healthier, stronger and happier Vietnam. Thanks to you, we are able to impact the lives of millions of people.