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Due to high level of poverty in the communities, most parents were not able to afford means of transport for their children to go to school.
Many Vietnamese students have to leave school due to difficult circumstances or the long distance between their homes and schools. Students in remote areas have to walk 5-10 kilometres to school each day. The long distance they walked made them exhausted and the bicycles would reduce lateness to school, absenteeism and dropout rate.
The bikes is supported by Shilla Hotel through ChildFund Korea and ChildFund Vietnam with the hope that new bikes will give a helping hand to unlucky children in the province so that they can continue their schooling and approach better futures.
ChildFund is a global alliance of child-focused international development organisations which assists more than 14 million children and their families in over 60 countries. With a long-standing and trusted presence in many of the world’s poorest communities, ChildFund works in partnership with children, their families and local organisations to achieve lasting change, respond to humanitarian emergencies and promote children’s rights. ChildFund implements programs to improve education, healthcare and child protection. It also delivers programs to build the resilience of children and youth, including sport for development.
ChildFund Vietnam is the representative office of ChildFund Australia – an independent and non-religious international development organisation that works to reduce poverty for children in developing communities. ChildFund began working in Vietnam in 1995 and implemented projects across the northern provinces of Bac Kan, Cao Bang and Hoa Binh, where the majority of people are from ethnic minority groups, often the most vulnerable or marginalised sections of the population./.
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