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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Health service quality improvement through child approach
Apart from the infrastructure and facilities, one of the key factors of good service quality in any field is a customer-focussed approach. ChildFund has worked with the Con Minh commune health center to create a safe and friendly environment for children and improve the healthcare service.
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Children’s films on their dreams
A hundred Vietnamese children joined a group of 600 children from Laos, Timor Leste, Sri Lanka, Brazil and Australia in a project to made films to express their own dreams.   Children and their parents watching their own films in the Film Festival in Hoa Binh on 30 December 2014. 
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