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Cập nhật: 28/6/2014

Volunteer Activities .....

Name of the site: Go Vap Caring Centre
Site code: APVVGV
 
Project type:
SHORTERM WORKCAMP & VIETNAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Site address: 45 Nguyen Van Bao – Go Vap - Hochiminh

 
Project Summary

As one of the biggest caring centre in Hochiminh city, A project is helping street children by giving them a home where they could stay with other similar kids, being teach the training skills, and join school with other normal child


All of the children in this centre are school aged and have varying degrees of special medical needs.

 

With the limited fund from the Government kids join school with other normal child in the area but their living standard are very low, help and Assistance are required for basic breakfast nutrition programs and to purchase supplies ranging from soap and towels, food to books, cloths…
 
Activities
Volunteers are needed to help with teaching English to the children or teaching other living skills, help in gardening, growing vegetable, flower, doing home works… 

                                                                                                  

Accommodation

Share room with other volunteer in the local guest house or host family

Prepare by yourself with the help of the local staffs/ coordinator, All meals are included

 

Transportation from accommodation the site

On walk / local bus or bicycle,

 

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Name of the site: Ba Chieu School
Site code: APVVBC
 
Project type:
SHORTERM WORKCAMP & VIETNAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Site address: 149/1 Nguyen Van Dau – Binh Thanh - Hochiminh
 
Project Summary

 

Is the home for girls who have special dificulties in their live, the school was established in 1996, with their age from 6-16 years old, stay in here the kids were given primary education, training in carriers


All of the children in this centre are school aged and have varying degrees of special medical needs.

 

With the limited fund from the Government kids join school with other normal child in the area but their living standard are very low, help and Assistance are required for basic breakfast nutrition programs and to purchase supplies ranging from soap and towels, food to books, cloths…
 
Activities
Volunteers are needed to help with teaching English to the children or teaching other living skills, help in gardening, growing vegetable, flower, doing home works… 

                                                                                                  

Accommodation

Share room with other volunteer in the local guest house or host family

Prepare by yourself with the help of the local staffs/ coordinator, All meals are included

 

Transportation from accommodation the site

On walk / local bus or bicycle,

 

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Name of the site: Cu Chi Caring center
Site code: APVVCC
 
Project type:
SHORTERM WORKCAMP & VIETNAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Site address: No3 Cu Chi - Hochiminh
 
Project Summary

 

The school with 80 disable childrens who stay in the school half a day or all day. The school was established in 2000 after 8 year in operation the school had become one of the most successfully caring and give primary education for the disable children in the areas.


All of the children in this centre are school aged and have varying degrees of special medical needs.

 

With the limited fund from the Government kids join school with other normal child in the area but their living standard are very low, help and Assistance are required for basic breakfast nutrition programs and to purchase supplies ranging from soap and towels, food to books, cloths…
 
Activities
Volunteers are needed to help with teaching English to the children or teaching other living skills, help in gardening, growing vegetable, flower, doing home works… 

                                                                                                  

Accommodation

Share room with other volunteer in the local guest house or host family

Prepare by yourself with the help of the local staffs/ coordinator, All meals are included

 

Transportation from accommodation the site

On walk / local bus or bicycle,

 
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Name of the site: Ha Dong Orphanage

Site code: APVVHD

 
Project type:
SHORTERM WORKCAMP & VIETNAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Site address: Ha Dong - Hanoi - Vietnam                                              
 
Project Summary

Ha Dong Cau Orphanage was founded in 1997 to support children in difficult situation. There are about 70 children who are orphan, abandoned or disabled. The orphanage is providing housing, education and basic care for the children, as well as providing vocational training with the hope that children can stand on their own feet with a job in the future. However, the resource for the orphanage is limited.

 
Activities

Volunteers will spend time with the children and help improving their English,

organizing games and other activities for them,

joining daily activities with the pupils including assisting with exercise,

help redecorating the houses and classrooms, planting vegetable, cleaning the area. Volunteers will also join the families to get closer to the children's life and try to build up wider horizon for the children and encourage them to learn better for brighter future, helping staff with general housework, making handicraft for fundraising with the children

Help the village to improve their English (both children and staff)

 

Accommodation

Share room with other volunteer in the local guest house or host family

Prepare by yourself with the help of the local staffs/ coordinator, All meals are included

 
Name of the site: THE THANH XUAN PEACE VILLAGE

Site code: APVVTX
 
Project type:
SHORTERM WORKCAMP & VIETNAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 
Site address:
Nguyen Huy Tuong Road - Thanh Xuan Trung - Thanh Xuan Dist - Hanoi - Vietnam                                       
 
Project Summary

The Thanh Xuan peace Village was established in 1991 and provides a home and education for 92 children and young people who are suffering from the effects of Agent Orange (their age are between 2 and 22). The aim of the village is to care for these children & help them integrate into society. They are arranged into 4 special classes where they receive primary lessons rehabilitation training as well as other vocational training classes where they can learn craft, tailing...guided by the centre’s 38 staff.

The centre was set up with the financial assistance of the International Friedensdorf and the Federal Republic of Germany Government.
 
 
Activities

You will be a teacher at the village and your main activities will include:

-          Help the village to improve their English (both children and staff)

-          singing songs and playing games with the children

-          Help the rehabilitation room to do the massage treatment for the children included help them to do hand raising, leg raring, moving arm waiving…

-          joining daily activities with the pupils including assisting with exercise

-          caring for the children

-          helping staff with general housework, help the kitchen to prepare meals for the kids, help some of the kid in feeding them during the meals…

 

Accommodation

Share room with other volunteer in the local guest house or host family

Prepare by yourself with the help of the local staffs/ coordinator, All meals are included

 

Transportation from accommodation the site

On walk or bicycle/ local bus

 

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Name of the site: Viet Tri Welfare Center

 

Site code: APVVVT

 
Project type:
SHORTERM WORKCAMP & VIETNAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Site address: Duu Lau, Viet Tri- Phu Tho Province- Vietnam                                           
 
Project Summary

was established in early 1990s to support children who were abandoned or disabled. At this moment, there are about 110 children who have different types of deformities and about 20 of them are abandoned babies. Some of them are victims of Agent Orange (a chemical used by US Army during the Vietnam War). Most of the children stay in the Center where they are provided housing, medical care, basic education and some vocational training. They are aged between 8-17 years old.

 

 
Activities

Volunteers will spend time with the children and help improving their English,

organizing games and other activities for them,

joining daily activities with the pupils including assisting with exercise,

help redecorating the houses and classrooms, planting vegetable, cleaning the area. Volunteers will also join the families to get closer to the children's life and try to build up wider horizon for the children and encourage them to learn better for brighter future, helping staff with general housework,

Help the village to improve their English (both children and staff)

 

Accommodation

Share room with other volunteer in the local guest house or host family

Prepare by yourself with the help of the local staffs/ coordinator, All meals are included

 

Transportation from accommodation the site

On walk / local bus or bicycle,

 

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Name of the site: Vietnam Friendship Village
Site code: APVVHN

 
Project type:
SHORTERM WORKCAMP & VIETNAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Site address: Tay Mo, - Tu Liem - Hanoi - Vietnam                                             
 
Project Summary

Vietnam Friendship Village is a treatment/care centre for Agent Orange victims located in the suburt of Hanoi, which was opened in 1993 to treat children and veterans suffering from the effects of Agent Orange (The children, whose fathers or grandfathers were exposed (causing chromosomal damage) or who were contaminated from their mother's milk, suffer from a range of difficult conditions. While staying in Vietnam Friendship Village, children and veterans are nourished and are provided with free medical care. The children, who may stay there for several years, receive not only basic education, but also some forms of job training. The Organic Gardening Project was launched in 2004 with the goal of creating islands of a harmonious approach to agriculture within areas of environmental and human devastation--increasing awareness of the consequences of war and, at the same time, demonstrating positive strategies for healing and living. At this moment, the farm is providing about 60% of the village's consumption of vegetable. It is expected that it will cover all the need and there are products left for sale to raise fund for the village.

 
Activities

Volunteers will help with clearing the site, preparing soil, weeding, planting vegetables and fruit trees, cleaning a fish pond and redecorating the flowers in the garden. Additional activities may include planting trees, moving bricks for construction, collecting garbage and playing with the children or exchanging with local volunteers or farmers

spend time with the children and help improving their English,

organizing games and other activities for them,

joining daily activities with the pupils including assisting with exercise,

help redecorating the houses, join the families to get closer to the children's life and try to build up wider horizon for the children and encourage them to learn better for brighter future, helping staff with general housework,

Help the village to improve their English (both children and staff)

 

Accommodation

Share room with other volunteer in the local guest house or host family

Prepare by yourself with the help of the local staffs/ coordinator, All meals are included

 

Transportation from accommodation the site

On walk / local bus or bicycle,

 

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Name of the site: KOTO Center
Site code: APVVKT
 
Project type:
SHORTERM WORKCAMP & VIETNAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Site address 01: 72 Thuy Khue – Ba Dinh - Hanoi - Vietnam                                           
Site address 02: Quoc Tu Giam - Hanoi – Vietnam

 
Project Summary
A project in Hanoi is helping street children by training them with a job in order to help them earn money in a sustainable way after graduation. Trainees either learn Cookery or Front of House Bar and Service skills and they all take part in English Language classes which are tailored especially for the hospitality industry.

Experience and skills in hospitality industry (cooking/cookery) prefered.
 
Activities
Volunteers are needed to help with teaching English to the children or teaching other working skills in hospitality industry (cooking/ reception, etc).

                                                                                                  

Accommodation

Share room with other volunteer in the local guest house or host family

Prepare by yourself with the help of the local staffs/ coordinator, All meals are included

 

Transportation from accommodation the site

On walk / local bus or bicycle,

 

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Name of the site: Birla Village
Site code: APVVBN
 
Project type:
SHORTERM WORKCAMP & VIETNAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Site address: 04 Doan Ke THien –Cau Giay – Hanoi

 
Project Summary

Through over 20 years in operation the Birla is a home for over 200 orphan who were no parent or parent with no ability of working. The kid’s age from 2-12 years to live in a family base where they call other are sister and brother, staff are mothers.
With the limited fund from the Government kids join school with other normal child in the area but their living standard are very low, need help in funding for the daily life for food, books, cloths…
 
Activities
Volunteers are needed to help with teaching English to the children or teaching other living skills, help in gardening, growing vegetable, flower, doing home works… 

                                                                                                  

Accommodation

Share room with other volunteer in the local guest house or host family

Prepare by yourself with the help of the local staffs/ coordinator, All meals are included

 

Transportation from accommodation the site

On walk / local bus or bicycle,

 

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Name of the site: Phu Tho SOS Children's Village

Site code: APVVPT

 
Project type:
SHORTERM WORKCAMP & VIETNAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Site address: Duu Lau, Viet Tri- Phu Tho Province-Vietnam                                            
 
Project Summary

Phu Tho SOS Children's Village was built in Viet Tri City in 1999 following the model of the famous SOS International. There are now about 168 orphans living in 15 families with the care from the village mothers and staff. The orphans come from 5 different provinces in the north of Vietnam at the ages between 1-18 years old. They are provided with housing, full care and education. Being orphan/abandoned, children are quite shy and they need more confident to be involved with regular life in the community as normal children.

 
Activities

Volunteers will spend time with the children and help improving their English,

organizing games and other activities for them,

joining daily activities with the pupils including assisting with exercise,

help redecorating the houses and classrooms, planting vegetable, cleaning the area. Volunteers will also join the families to get closer to the children's life and try to build up wider horizon for the children and encourage them to learn better for brighter future, helping staff with general housework,

Help the village to improve their English (both children and staff)

 

Accommodation

Share room with other volunteer in the local guest house or host family

Prepare by yourself with the help of the local staffs/ coordinator, All meals are included

 

Transportation from accommodation the site

On walk/ local bus or bicycle,

 

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Name of the site: Ba Vi Orphanage

Site code: APVVBV

 
Project type:
SHORTERM WORKCAMP & VIETNAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Site address: Thuy An, Ba Vi - Hanoi - Vietnam                                    
 
Project Summary

Ba Vi Orphanage was founded in 1979 with the aim to provide good shelter and care for children with disabilities and orphan. At this moment, there are about 150 children who are abandoned or who are from very poor families who cannot afford caring for the treatment of disabilities. The orphanage is providing housing, education and basic care for the children, as well as providing vocational training with the hope that children can stand on their own feet with a job in the future.

 

APV is working with the orphanage to start up an organic garden with the aim to provide extra food for the children, and at the same time provide opportunities for labour rehabilitation for them.

 
Activities

Volunteers will help with clearing the site, preparing soil, weeding, planting vegetables and fruit trees, cleaning a fish pond and redecorating the flowers in the garden. Additional activities may include planting trees, moving bricks for construction, collecting garbage and playing with the children or exchanging with local volunteers or staff

Joining daily activities with the pupils including assisting with exercise,

Volunteers will also join the families to get closer to the children's life and try to build up wider horizon for the children and encourage them to learn better for brighter future, helping staff with general housework,

Help the village to improve their English (both children and staff)
 

Accommodation

Share room with other volunteer in the local guest house or host family

Prepare by yourself with the help of the local staffs/ coordinator, All meals are included

 

Transportation from accommodation the site

On walk or bicycle,
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Name of the site: Hai Duong Orphanage
Site code: APVVHD
 
Project type:
SHORTERM WORKCAMP & VIETNAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Site address: 93 Nguyen Luong Bang – Hai Duong Province

 
Project Summary

The Hai Doung Orphanage, home for 700 other orphaned and abandoned children, was built in 1982 to house, feed, educate and train orphans, handicapped children, Agent Orange victims and other children in desperate need of shelter.

 

This area of Vietnam was heavily bombed by Americans and heavily sprayed with Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. The high levels of dioxin in the soil and in the food supply have resulted in abnormally high rates of birth defects in this area. What was once a bomb crater has now become a pond in the centre of Hai Duong Orphanage.


Most of the children in this centre are school aged and have varying degrees of special medical needs. Many children use sign language to communicate with one another.
With the limited fund from the Government kids join school with other normal child in the area but their living standard are very low, need help in funding for the daily life for food, books, cloths…

Assistance is required for basic breakfast nutrition programs and to purchase supplies ranging from soap and towels to sign language and trade education tools. In the words of one generous donor, "I want to help make sure that that these kids will not have to use coconuts for soccer balls ever again!
 
Activities
Volunteers are needed to help with teaching English to the children or teaching other living skills, help in gardening, growing vegetable, flower, doing home works… 

                                                                                                  

Accommodation

Share room with other volunteer in the local guest house or host family

Prepare by yourself with the help of the local staffs/ coordinator, All meals are included

 

Transportation from accommodation the site

On walk / local bus or bicycle,

 

Festival

New year festival - Solar New Year's Days

January/February: Tet (Tet Nguyen Dan). The most important Vietnamese annual festival. This marks the new lunar year and the advent of spring. This is a three-day holiday, usually at the end of January or the beginning of February (according to the solar calendar)

February 3: Anniversary of the Foundation of the Communist Party of Vietnam

April 30: Liberation Day, the day on which Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) fell to Hanoi in 1975. This holiday is commemorated nationwide.

May 1: Labour Day

May 19: Birthday of President Ho Chi Minh

September 2: National Day of Vietnam