World Vision builds cement road to for remote village of Dien Bien
|Household Visit Model: Supporting families for nurturing care|
|Quang Nam villagers get support to build back flood damaged houses|
|Human Trafficking Prevention for Women and Girls in northwestern border province|
|Before the road project, the old road was steep and rocky and would become muddy, especially during rainy days. Source: World Vision Vietnam|
Chieu Ly Village (Sa Long Commune, Muong Cha District, Dien Bien Province) has 82 households, with 67 percent of poor households and 127 most vulnerable children.
Before, the road from the village to the commune center was a dirt road, steep and rocky. In the rainy season, the road became muddy and slippery, making it difficult for people to travel. There were also reports of accidents among children. The project addresses the risk the locals and children had to go through every day.
In addition to the efforts to equip people in the project areas with the necessary knowledge and skills to improve their livelihoods, ensure better health and nutrition and protect children, World Vision Vietnam also supports communities to improve facilities, making their living condition more comfortable.
Facing this situation, World Vision Vietnam has recently joined hands with the local authorities and people to rebuild the concrete road, with a total cost of more than VND 112 million (USD 4,800).
This meaningful activity was proposed, implemented and monitored by the community. Projects like this help increase people's participation to improve their own living conditions, thereby helping to maintain a safe living environment for all children, especially the most vulnerable ones.
|This program is effective and meets the community needs. Source: World Vision Vietnam|
World Vision Vietnam mainly focuses on conducting activities for children's well-being particularly in some fields like health, education, children's participation, and children protection
Since 1990, World Vision has joined hands with the Vietnamese government and other non-governmental organizations to carry out many relief, development, and advocacy programs. World Vision currently operates in about 15 cities and provinces throughout Vietnam./.
|NGO presents medical supplies for COVID-19 prevention to border province |
Masks and dry hand sanitizer have been distributed to nearly 3,500 households, five clinics, 20 schools in mountainous areas of the northwestern border province of ...
|Spectacular Muong Lay under the lens of travelers |
Boasting breath-taking natural scenery, fresh air, and amicable people, Muong Lay in the northern Dien Bien province captivates the hearts of anyone stepping on here ...
|Top destinations in Dien Bien you shouldn't miss |
On Vietnam’s tourism map, Dien Bien is quite strange; however, in fact, this place possesses a series of tourist attractions promising to offer visitors irresistible ...