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    Mobilizing foreign non-governmental organizations (FNGOs) in Ho Chi Minh City
    Cập nhật 02/10/2017 07:44 Xem với cỡ chữ

    On the morning of July 05th, 2017, DUFO came to Ho Chi Minh City to establish relations with and mobilize NGOs Taiwan Fund for Children and Families (TFCF / Taiwan) and Viet Nam Scholarship Foundation (VNSF / USA) for foreign non-governmental aid.

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    Chairwoman of DUFO Bui Ngoc Thanh and NGO Taiwan Fund for Children and Families


    At the meetings, Ms. Bui Ngoc Thanh talked about urgent needs of Dong Nai province and hoped for help from nonprofit organizations (especially FNGOs). Dong Nai is one of Vietnam's most populous provinces (ranked 5) with nearly 3 million people, of which more than 65% live in rural and remote areas, more than 100,000 people from ethnic minorities should be helped to increase their income and improve quality of their life. In addition, Dong Nai has 32 industrial zones attracting hundreds of thousands of employees from all over the country. Therefore, the provincial mechanical population increase has led to many social problems, especially housing, transportation, education, health care, employment and environment.

    On this occasion, representative of TFCF introduced that its main areas of operations are child protection and community development. Its goal is to help the poor, exploited, abused and retarded children and their families by supporting them to develop their potentiality, which will help them learn how to take care of themselves physically and mentally, improve their living environment, study and life skills. Currently, TFCF has helped 1900 poor Vietnamese children.

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    Visiting the office of TFCF

    Ms. Do Thi Dao, Program Manager in Vietnam said that VNSF was a nonprofit organization that originated from a small group of volunteers in the United States. VNSF was established in 2001 and awarded first 10 scholarships in Ca Mau and Ho Chi Minh City. Since then, VNSF has awarded scholarships to over 700 poor pupils in six provinces/cities: An Giang, Bac Lieu, Ca Mau, Dong Thap, Hau Giang and Ho Chi Minh City.

    In the end of the meetings, Ms. Bui Ngoc Thanh expressed thanks to TFCF and VNSF for arranging the meeting with DUFO and hoped for an opportunity of cooperating with them to implement some urgent projects in the near future.


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