Encouraging children with learning difficulties in rural Vietnam
By Manasi Kogekar, Program Development Officer, ChildFund Australia
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Building a sustainable future through backyard farming
Thao has been a member of the Ky Son village credit and savings scheme in Hoa Binh province since 2006. Annually, around 1,700 families participate in both the savings and credit models. Over the years, this ChildFund-supported initiative has been vital in enabling local families to expand their farming production, as well as develop small businesses.
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Supporting young leaders to Pass It Back in their communities
Photo: Pass It Back is an innovative new program using rugby to build the resilience and leadership skills of young people in 11 developing countries across our region, starting in Laos and Vietnam [image credit: ChildFund Australia]
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By Manasi Kogekar, Program Development Officer, ChildFund Australia
Thao has been a member of the Ky Son village credit and savings scheme in Hoa Binh province since 2006. Annually,...