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On 11 December 2018, the workshop on the co-research conducted by youth groups in Tan Lac district, Hoa Binh province, its process and results was organised by ChildFund Vietnam, in collaboration with the People’s Committee of Tan Lac District and the Institute for Studies of Society, Economy and Environment (iSEE).
Early in Sep 2018, as part of Vn02-011 – Essential care for pregnant women and infants, ChildFund and CCIHP has organised a training to provide village health workers with a toolkit to deliver communications activities in remote areas in Cao Bang.
Quang Uyen and Tra Linh are two districts in the mountainous Cao Bang province. According to the reports of the District People’s Committees in 2015, the rate of poor households in these districts are 18% and 20%, higher than the average rate of the province. Some of the main challenges across the districts are the lack of access to clean water sources and hygienic facilities.
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.