Success stories
March is the time when farmers in Bac Kan start to prepare for a new seasonal rice crop. The new rice crop takes around four months to grow, from late spring to the end of summer. Right after the Tet, (Vietnamese traditional New Year) holiday, the longest relaxing time in a year, the farmers in Na It village, Bac Kan province start their farming work.
At Phu Minh commune, there is a preschool which has become quite well known throughout the province. Son Ca preschool was granted the national standard recognition certification in 2009 and has twice been honored to welcome government dignitaries who praised for the development and growth of the school. At Phu Minh commune, there is a preschool which has become quite well known throughout the province. Son Ca preschool was granted the national standard recognition certification in 2009 and...
It was a nice July day after a heavy rain in Du Sang commune, one of the poorest areas at Kim Boi district, Hoa Binh province. After 15 minutes of walking from the main road, opening in front of our eyes is the new concreted lane leading to the Go Thau preschool. All children, teachers, parents and local authorities were gathering there to celebrate the opening ceremony of the school.
Prossy, 13, has lived with her aunt since losing both parents to AIDS-related illnesses. Before joining ChildFund Australia's APAC program, Prossy was worried she wouldn't be educated. Now, her school fees are being covered and she is thriving.
Ms. Ly Thi Hon, 42 years old, a health staff of Don Phong commune health centre, Bach Thong District, Bac Kan province – a rural mountainous area in the North of Vietnam- never forgets her experience in a malaria epidemic in 1993.