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As at Jan 2017, 96% of households in Ha Vi now have access to proper sanitation facilities. Mon adds: “Thanks to ChildFund’s support, we are more aware of the importance of a clean environment for our health, and are now eager to commit to making our village a better place to live. Everyone follows a common code of keeping the surrounding areas neat and tidy so we can all enjoy it.”
On 29 Aug 2014, ChildFund is given a certificate of recognition by the Chairman of Hoa Binh People's Committee for the organisation’s contribution to local socio-economic development from 2009 to 2014.
Water is vital for rice cultivation. In mountainous areas farmers often don’t have enough water for their crops due to lack of rainfall and poor irrigation systems.  
In April 2014, ChildFund Vietnam carried out a program evaluation of livelihood activities under the Building Strong and Resilient Communities in Quang Uyen district, Cao Bang province.
March 22 is World Water Day. What does clean water mean to you? To Dan, a 3-year-old boy in Ngoc Dong commune in Cao Bang, clean water means his parents do not have to go far to fetch water for their daily use and "my mother can wash my face once every morning.”