We support needy people living in mountainous provinces and remote areas in Vietnam. Our focus is on children and their education. We see education as an imperative tool for children to realize their maximum potential by gaining crucial skills and dispositions that set them on the path of social and economic empowerment.
Many schools in mountainous provinces are in poor condition. Built out of shoddy materials, and poorly maintained, they are at continued risk due to the region’s torrential weather.
We believe charity should not be a one-off action. Through our educational programs for children, such as environmental or forest protection, we help build sustainable communities by making people aware of the consequences of their action.
Along with our partner
Sanitation is a cornerstone of public health’ said WHO Director-General Dr. Margaret Chan. Many people, particularly in North Vietnam, have no access to basic sanitation and are exposed to a range of health risks. We supply sanitary necessaries such as proper toilets and drainage systems to improve sanitation to many of the country’s poorest people.
VFE has lots of opportunities to get involved, from joining our volunteer trips to taking part at fundraising events. So why don’t you?
News and Updates
Pu Sua is one of the most difficult school sites of Ang Cang nursery school. The school site is near the top of the mountain with 47 students from grade 1 to 5. Most of the students here are Mong ethnic. At present, Pu Sua......Read more
We are glad to announce our active comeback in a school renovation project. After almost two consecutive years into the pandemic restrictions, Vietnam currently enters the “new normal” phase, fully reopening domestic and international travel, which facilitates our conduct of field visits. Specifically, our new......Read more
In November, we had a field trip to Muong Ang district – one of the poorest districts of Dien Bien province to look at more potential projects. With the support of the Education Training Department of Muong Ang district, we visited 2 very needy nursery......Read more