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Multisectoral, inclusive and integrated approach

ChildFund Vietnam acknowledges the multi-disciplinary collaboration and integration necessary for all key child right areas we focus and will support selected dependent connections between child protection, education, and health. In this approach, the gender, disability and SEL cross-cutting areas will be more specifically designed through interventions identified to focus on the well-being, learning opportunities to develop and enhance the social and emotional skills, to provide inclusive participation and leadership opportunities for ethnic minority students. As well as to develop curriculum programs and extra-curricular programs for ethnic minority schools that build the capacity of teachers and school management to improve knowledge, attitudes and practices around gender equality, sexual and reproductive health, and online safety of the students.

To promote and enhance the rights-based approach in our project cycle life, including meaningful participation of all stakeholders in ChildFund’s project related decisions is one of our priorities in programming approach. We will work closely with local partners to enable the establishment and development of community-based organisations representing the most vulnerable groups (ethnic minority women, girls, people with disabilities) and increase their presence and engagement in discussions in national and local program forums. By integrating GEDSI into ChildFund’ s programming, we aim to promote changes in social norms that address gender inequality and disability exclusion. Women and youth-led organisations, especially grassroots women and youth unions and newly formed organisations of persons with disabilities (OPDs), will diversify the way we work with communities.

ChildFund Vietnam will enhance indigenous knowledge and experience in the upbringing of children, applying user-friendly technology and social networking platforms (KOBO / Facebook / Zalo) to promote the voice of participants and beneficiaries through the collection of testimonies, video stories and photos as evidence of the changes.

You can learn more about ChildFund’s Multisectoral, inclusive and integrated approach through the Stories section of our website.

Stories from our program areas

Supporting students’ jump to primary school

Supporting students’ jump to primary school

A mix of excitement, nerves and sometimes tears – for many parents, schools and students, it can be hard to…
Supporting students’ jump to primary school
Dedication of a youth in ensuring child safety in the digital world

Dedication of a youth in ensuring child safety in the digital world

Sixteen-year-old Hong, from Hoa Binh, is a confident spokesperson. He represents his peers at youth events and forums, and speaks…
Dedication of a youth in ensuring child safety in the digital world
Empowering Parents, Nurturing Children

Empowering Parents, Nurturing Children

Twin sisters Lan and Hoa were born in 2019 in Vietnam. Since birth, they were malnourished and underweight. Their mother,…
Empowering Parents, Nurturing Children
The core children group participates in building a safe and healthy living environment

The core children group participates in building a safe and healthy living environment

“I found out about the group about a year ago and I wanted to join because some of my friends…
The core children group participates in building a safe and healthy living environment
The Inclusive Playground for Children with Disability in Na Ray commune, Bac Kan province

The Inclusive Playground for Children with Disability in Na Ray commune, Bac Kan province

A. is a girl with an intellectual disability. Due to cognitive and communication barriers, she does not go to school…
The Inclusive Playground for Children with Disability in Na Ray commune, Bac Kan province
“Empowering Parents of Children with Disabilities: The Story of Pin”

“Empowering Parents of Children with Disabilities: The Story of Pin”

Pin is a mother from Cuoi Ha commune, Kim Boi district, Hoa Binh province. On top of work on the…
“Empowering Parents of Children with Disabilities: The Story of Pin”