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World Vision Việt Nam
World Vision Việt Nam

For 30 years, World Vision has been supporting Việt Nam to ensure the well-being of its children. Motivated by the brighter futures we envision for the needy children we serve, we pursue ONE VISION where all children have an equal chance, to reach their full potential in a safe, nurturing environment.

World Vision Việt Nam

For 30 years, World Vision has been supporting Việt Nam to ensure the well-being of its children. Motivated by the brighter futures we envision for the needy children we serve, we pursue ONE VISION where all children have an equal chance, to reach their full potential in a safe, nurturing environment.

Celebrating Families in Việt Nam

Since 2015, The Celebrating Families program has been implemented in 36 Area Programs of World Vision Vietnam to repair and restore family relationships, thereby contributing to building a safe and loving environment for children to grow up in and reach their full potential.

 

Recently, we invited some members who participated in the Celebrating Families program throughout the years to join a “Yes & No” experiment and to share their personal experiences through the program.

 

World Vision Vietnam would like to sincerely thank all parents and children for their heartfelt and open sharing in this video.

Time and Targeted Counselling

Since 2018, World Vision Việt Nam has implemented the Timed and Targeted Counselling Model in 30 districts in 11 provinces across the country to advise and promote good practices in healthcare and nutrition during the first 1,000 days of a child's life for 47,895 pregnant mothers and caregivers of children under 24 months of age.

 

In the next five years (2023-2027), through the Timed and Targeted Counselling Model, World Vision Việt Nam will continue to join hands with local partners, communities, and families to support at least 29.550 pregnant mothers and caregivers with children under 24 months old. The end goal is to reduce infection and disease in children, thus improving their well-being towards the fullness of life.

 

Positive Deviance/ Hearth

Since 2012, World Vision Việt Nam has implemented the Positive Deviance/Hearth Model in 20 districts in 8 provinces across the country, helping to improve the health and nutritional status of 10,676 underweight children.

 

In the next five years (2023-2027), through the Positive Deviance/Hearth Model, World Vision Việt Nam will continue to work together with local partners, communities, and families to improve the health and nutritional conditions of at least 7,000 most vulnerable children under the age of five, contributing to improving their well-being towards the fullness of life.

 

 

Dì's Story

South Asia has the highest rates of child marriage in the world. Almost half (45%) of all women aged 20-24 reported being married before 18. Nearly one in five girls (17%) are married before age 15.

 

In Viet Nam, child marriage continues to be a persistent issue. One-in-10 Vietnamese women aged 20-24 years in 2014 was found to be married or in before their 18th birthday.

 

Child marriage violates children’s rights and puts them at high risk for violence, exploitation, and abuse.

 

Within our persistent effort to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 5, “Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls,” World Vision Viet Nam has worked hand-in-hand with the authorities, communities, families, and children toward ending child marriage and promoting a future where all children, especially girls, can pursue education, realize their dreams, and fulfill their potentials.

 

Join us to follow Dì in her journey of change and transformation!

 

Source: UNICEF, UNFPA

Urban Livelihoods

The world is witnessing rapid urbanization, with more than half of the population living and working in urban areas. This number is expected to increase to 60% by 2050.

 

As of 2012, more than one billion children - almost half of the world’s children - live in cities, with millions in vulnerable conditions. It is estimated that an additional one billion people will live in extreme poverty in 2030.

 

Since 2013, 22,400 people in Việt Nam have been supported by World Vision Việt Nam’s Urban Livelihoods Program, of which 13,480 are children.

 

Despite the massive impact of COVID-19 on the whole world, including the vulnerable urban communities, World Vision Việt Nam continues our unwavering commitment to serve and support families to secure sustainable livelihoods and ensure the well-being of the most vulnerable children.

Thrive for the Future | Hùng

"We did not know what to do. If I had been as healthy as others, my wife and I would have been able to have two incomes. But in reality, all burdens were put on my wife’s shoulders. She herself also became weaker with time due to food deficiency and the nature of the local jobs that require much more strength than jobs in other areas..."

Expose Online Child Sexual Abusers

This video explains the 5 steps used by online child sexual abusers to approach and trick children. Let's watch and share this video so we all can protect ourselves risks on the internet.

World Vision Việt Nam\'s Relief Program

Every time a disaster strikes, it sets back the progress of social development and brings severe difficulties upon the children and the people already living in vulnerable contexts. To ensure survival with dignity for the affected, World Vision urgently activate our relief program which is fast-tracked by a strong coordination with the local governments at all levels.

World Vision Việt Nam\'s Recovery Program

Every time a disaster strikes, it sets back the progress of social development and brings severe difficulties upon the children and the people already living in vulnerable contexts. While our immediate relief efforts provide the affected communities with life-saving assistance to ensure survival with dignity, we take an extra step to accelerate families’ life-rebuilding process through our recovery program.

Thrive for the Future | Dợ

 

Joining World Vision's nutrition club marks the beginning of numerous positive changes in the family of Dợ - a ten year old H'Mông girl in the mountainous Điện Biên province. Through an integrated approach that combines nutrition, WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene), and livelihood development, all family members are enjoying good health, sustainable food security and an ever-improving living condition that brings their hopes for the future closer to their reach.

Thrive for the Future | Tuấn

"When I was small, I lived with my grandparents and my parents. My parents quarreled a lot and got divorced. I stayed in this house with my grandparents. When I was in grade 9, they me here and moved away. I was forced to leave school."

Hope In Class | Dance Instruction

Hope In Class is a World Vision's initiative funded by Orion Foundation and Orion Food Vina. Hope In Class adds to World Vision's long-standing endeavor to end violence against children at home and at school, in order to build a safe, loving, and cooperative environment for all children, especially the most vulnerable ones.

Migration, trafficking and your rights in the UK (Version for Adult)

Please watch the video to gain more information on migration, trafficking and your rights in the UK.

All rights reserved to World Vision Viet Nam and ECPAT UK.

Migration, trafficking and your rights in the UK (Version for Children)

Watch the video to gain more understanding of migration, trafficking and your rights in the UK.

All rights reserved to World Vision Viet Nam and ECPAT UK.

Thrive for the Future | Diễm

"When my father passed away, it was as though I had lost everything I could rely on. I fought a lot with myself to decide if I should continue to go to school or drop out of school to help my mother provide for my younger sisters. It would mean sacrificing my life and my future for my siblings..."

Thrive for the Future | Thương

Since 2014, more than 500 disadvantaged youth in urban areas have been supported by World Vision Vietnam, and have received vocational training and now have stable jobs. Between now and until 2022, this project will continue to support at least 400 more disadvantaged youth in Hồ Chí Minh city, Hải Phòng city and Đà Nẵng city.

It Takes A World | Launch Event

As part of World Vision's global campaign to end violence against children, World Vision Vietnam aims to end physical violence against children at home and school. We partner with the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs to launch the campaign as the first joint action for the five-year partnership framework.

It Takes A World | Children's Play

The role play shows how physical punishment affects children’s physical and mental health as opposed to adults’ assumption that physical punishment is a manifestation of their love and good intention towards their children. During the role play, the audience will be able to see the alteration of the child’s feelings, thoughts, and even personalities, as she will gradually lose self-confidence and carry the fear of making mistakes.

Thrive for the Future | Minh

Both husband and wife work in the cities, leaving their children at home for the grandparents. Although the grandparents try their best, without proper childcare knowledge and skills, the children remain undersized, stunted... To make a living, parents have no other choice.

It Takes A World | Campaign Video

Physical violence is not an act of love. It causes permanent scars.

It Takes A World | Campaign Song

"The best thing in life" portrays a lively picture of the situation of physical violence against children as well as the prospect of a violence-free world where all children are protected, cared for, and loved. Composed by Ta Quang Thang. Performed by singer Ta Quang Thang and singer Ha Anh Tuan, and the children World Vision Vietnam's Areas Programs.

Hope In Class | Music Video

“Dance for hope in class” promotes the value of teamwork as children get to learn together and have fun together. Utilizing the children club platform that World Vision has spent years establishing, this dance will complement other activities and the learning of life values in the clubs while helping to build solidarity among the club members.

Most Vulnerable Children | Huỳnh

When Huynh found out that she had Lupus Erythematosus - a life-threatening disease, she was disheartened. Her grandparents were already old. Her mother only worked in the field while her father built houses, sometimes in Hanoi, sometimes in Laos but he still could not afford her medical treatment...

Most Vulnerable Children | Dựa

At 3 years old, his father passed away, his mother left him. Dua lived with his grandmother in a shabby house without door in the farthest corner of the village. At 13, Dua did not have a birth certificate, therefore he could not attend school. At 13, his daily tasks were not much different from an adult's.

Most Vulnerable Children | Duy

Duy is now in third grade. Every month he disappears from school for 3 to 5 days. On those days, Duy does not go to school, Duy does not play with his friends, Duy does not stay at home...

World Vision Việt Nam
World Vision Việt Nam
Celebrating Families in Việt Nam
Celebrating Families in Việt Nam
Time and Targeted Counselling
Time and Targeted Counselling
Positive Deviance/ Hearth
Positive Deviance/ Hearth
Dì's Story
Dì's Story
Urban Livelihoods
Urban Livelihoods
Thrive for the Future | Hùng
Thrive for the Future | Hùng
Expose Online Child Sexual Abusers
Expose Online Child Sexual Abusers
World Vision Việt Nam\'s Relief Program
World Vision Việt Nam\'s Relief Program
World Vision Việt Nam\'s Recovery Program
World Vision Việt Nam\'s Recovery Program
Thrive for the Future | Dợ
Thrive for the Future | Dợ
Thrive for the Future | Tuấn
Thrive for the Future | Tuấn
Hope In Class | Dance Instruction
Hope In Class | Dance Instruction
Migration, trafficking and your rights in the UK (Version for Adult)
Migration, trafficking and your rights in the UK (Version for Adult)
Migration, trafficking and your rights in the UK (Version for Children)
Migration, trafficking and your rights in the UK (Version for Children)
Thrive for the Future | Diễm
Thrive for the Future | Diễm
Thrive for the Future | Thương
Thrive for the Future | Thương
It Takes A World | Launch Event
It Takes A World | Launch Event
It Takes A World | Children's Play
It Takes A World | Children's Play
Thrive for the Future | Minh
Thrive for the Future | Minh
It Takes A World | Campaign Video
It Takes A World | Campaign Video
It Takes A World | Campaign Song
It Takes A World | Campaign Song
Hope In Class | Music Video
Hope In Class | Music Video
Most Vulnerable Children | Huỳnh
Most Vulnerable Children | Huỳnh
Most Vulnerable Children | Dựa
Most Vulnerable Children | Dựa
Most Vulnerable Children | Duy
Most Vulnerable Children | Duy
Success Stories
Safe Water for Life
06/12/2023 Safe Water for Life

Back in the year 2016, the only water source for the family was from a mountain stream transmitted through a four-kilometer-long pipeline to their house. At times, there is not enough clean water supply for the family. Water scarcity was Ms. Thanh’s family’s greatest concern in the dry season. In the rainy season, water impurities make it challenging for her to keep the family healthy. Due to the lack of a water filter system, the water is clouded by turbidity. Whenever there is heavy rain, water pipes are clogged with garbage upstream, or eventually drift away due to floods.

Value Chain-based Livestock Breeding model created positive changes
31/08/2023 Value Chain-based Livestock Breeding model created positive changes

A family in Thuong Xuan district has seen numerous positive changes after participating in the Value-Chain-based Livestock Breeding model implemented by World Vision and Mavin Group.

25/07/2023 The little heroine who rescued her friends from drowning

This is the story of a little heroine rescued her friends from drowning. She joined World Vision's community-based swimming class last year, 2022.

The little heroine who rescued her friends from drowning
27/04/2023 Disaster fighting can start with… new stoves

“You need to clean off the ashes on the top for the stove to ‘breathe’ and give you big fire…” Cha listened attentively to World Vision Viet Nam officer’s instructions, as she would soon be giving home visits to help other households in her village set up fuel-efficient stoves.

Disaster fighting can start with… new stoves
The captivating experience from the “1000 Girls, 1000 Futures” campaign
21/08/2023 The captivating experience from the “1000 Girls, 1000 Futures” campaign

World Vision runs the global campaign “1000 Girls, 1000 Futures” to call for potential sponsors to join hands in helping girls to overcome challenging circumstances. One of the campaign events took place in Malaysia last July 2023 and featured a once-sponsored child from Vietnam, Dì. We had an interview with Dì and Ms. Vu Thi Nga, Sponsorship Manager, about their experiences after participating in the campaign.

“Our biggest happiness is to feel safe whenever a storm comes”
17/04/2023 “Our biggest happiness is to feel safe whenever a storm comes”

“When water was rushing into our house, I was terrified because I couldn’t swim. All I could do was cry out to Grandma while she was scrambling to move the rice and electronics out of the water,” Anh Tuấn looked back.

 

17/04/2023 “With Mom’s being home, I won’t worry too much anymore…”

Every afternoon, Thao Nguyen would take her two little sisters to go play on the front porch, attentively watching her sisters while longing to hear her parents’ usual call when they got back.

“With Mom’s being home, I won’t worry too much anymore…”
10/04/2023 “This time, we know how to find work safely”

“When I got back from my night shift, no one was home. I tried to call and looked for my wife, but no one knew where she was. I was so scared.” Minh recounted.

“This time, we know how to find work safely”
“You can keep me here for now, but I’ll get out one day.”
14/03/2023 “You can keep me here for now, but I’ll get out one day.”

Even then, sitting safe and sound among her Women’s Club fellows and sharing her arduous journey, Thanh still could hardly believe that she was really home. 

“My name means ‘win,’ so I’m already winning in life…”
08/03/2023 “My name means ‘win,’ so I’m already winning in life…”

This is the story of Thắng - A story of determination and resilience to fight for one's life and dream. 

20/02/2023 Enhance Resilience to Climate Change Through Communal Efforts

In recent years,  Minh Long (Quảng Ngãi) had seen more and more extreme weather – heavy downpours and baking hot summers. This is the story of how the whole community worked together to enhance their preparedness for disaster and resilience in response to climate change. 

Enhance Resilience to Climate Change  Through Communal Efforts
03/11/2022 “Step by step, our lives are getting better.”

Despite his slow walk, every afternoon after class, Chư would find himself busy in the backyard, moving swiftly from here and there to make sure that all the chickens and the pigs’ rough is filled, and the veggie plot is well watered.

“Step by step, our lives are getting better.”
“Now, the way to school is not so far anymore…”
24/10/2022 “Now, the way to school is not so far anymore…”

When he received a new bicycle World Vision Việt Nam, Vũ broke out: “I didn’t even dare to think that someday I’d have a bike this nice. It’s like a dream.”

“From now on, we won’t have to worry about the side dishes anymore.”
20/10/2022 “From now on, we won’t have to worry about the side dishes anymore.”

This is a story of how Nhi – World Vision Việt Nam’s registered child in Luc Yen district, Yen Bai province, and her family are working hard together for a better future.

10/10/2022 “It takes a village to protect a girl.”

This is Xa’s story – A story of how collective efforts and strong determination can change one’s course of fate.

“It takes a village to protect a girl.”
24/08/2022 “Life is good now. Everything is better”

Thanks to World Vision Việt Nam’s livelihood and education support, the life of Thảo’s family and the people of X. commune, Điện Biên Đông district is getting better every day.

“Life is good now. Everything is better”
Tiny steps make big strides: “If I don’t get in this year,  I will try again next year”
24/08/2022 Tiny steps make big strides: “If I don’t get in this year, I will try again next year”

With his resilience and undeterred determination, Nam overcame his hardship and reached closer to his dream of becoming an officer.

Thương’s Story: The journey a timid bud to a blooming blossom
23/08/2022 Thương’s Story: The journey a timid bud to a blooming blossom

This is the journey of Thương - a former registered child - towards the mission of improving her hometown and bringing a better future to all children in her community. 

13/08/2022 Change the Course of Life by Daring to Dream

This is the story of Sinh -  a former registred child who has broken the cycle of poverty with the hollistic support World Vision Việt Nam.

Change the Course of Life by Daring to Dream
04/08/2022 Improve Well-Being from New Breeding Methods

When joining the Sustainably Develop Agribusiness Project, Hoàng and other households were trained meticulously on closed-loop and sustainable husbandry models: barn building and washing, planning diet in different development stages, to using vaccines for disease prevention. Hoàng’s and other households’ pigs survived the swine fever epidemic lingering since then, thanks to these newly learned techniques.

Improve Well-Being from New Breeding Methods
Value Chain-Based Livestock Towards a Better Future
04/08/2022 Value Chain-Based Livestock Towards a Better Future

In early 2022, Hà Thị Bun, Vi Thị Tý and nearly 120 households in Thường Xuân district were selected to participate in the Sustainably Develop Agribusiness Project by Mavin Group and World Vision Việt Nam. This Project is a joint effort to improve livelihoods for households with difficult circumstances to ultimately bring better chances and living conditions to local children. 

Together against Violence
27/05/2022 Together against Violence

Since joining the Celebrating Families, Sọn no more uses physical punishment on her children like in the past, especially her 14 year-old daughter Nhi. She has even become a promoter of Celebrating Families model in her village. 

Inspired by her mother and empowered by the Children's Club, Nhi is also playing a very active role in preventing violence against children in her school and community. 

27/08/2021 Story of Pen

Pen's decision to join World Vision's Nutrition Club in 2015 has completely changed the way she brought up her children and took care of her family's health and hygiene. Using her story of success, Pen is now a confident agent of change in her community.

Story of Pen
05/07/2021 Hirelings to Business Owners

The incredible transformation from once daily-waged worker into job-providing business owner, thanks to Gift Catalogue program. Household economy, living quality, and children's health have all improved significantly as a result.

Hirelings to Business Owners
Secured Access to Water After Floods
27/04/2021 Secured Access to Water After Floods

In dealing with the aftermath of floods, clean water is important to keep people healthy and prevent ongoing diseases that keep children out of school and people working to support their families.

Cash Transfer Reboots Lives After Floods
22/04/2021 Cash Transfer Reboots Lives After Floods

Besides in-kind aid, cash helps families respond to urgent needs and kick start their livelihood for income generation.

17/11/2020 Timely Aid

Cheo counted every passing second until the next morning to receive rice for the next meals.

Timely Aid
17/11/2020 Coping COVID-19

Social distancing stopped all income. A breadwinner feared that he would not be able to feed his family.

Coping COVID-19
Youth Leader
24/09/2020 Youth Leader

Ly was a little Muong ethnic girl in a mountainous village in Northern Vietnam when she was enrolled in World Vision’s sponsorship program in 2006. She didn't know how this program would be changing her life.

Light of Hope
19/07/2020 Light of Hope

This is a story of how World Vision Vietnam has supported poor households to improve their livelihoods, which contributes to the enhancement of child well-being

19/07/2020 Better Future

Rising from the depth of poverty, Tạo's family is leading a stable life with significantly improved income, and Tao is always proud of his four well-behaved children who are getting ever better at school.

Better Future
19/07/2020 New School

This is the story of how a new school can bring great happiness to the communities, especially the children by creating them a safe place to study, thus reducing the drop-out rate.

New School
Miraculous Revival
19/07/2020 Miraculous Revival

When playing together without the supervision of adults, children face considerable threats of injury or even death.

Clean Village
19/07/2020 Clean Village

This is a story from Diem village where unhygienic habits still need changing. It is also one of the goals of the Health Clubs by World Vision Vietnam.

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