In more than 2 years, we have worked closely with each other to ensure Project’s implementation goes well and smoothly.
This innovative model brought new and positive changes to many locals here.
The two mini stories below show that when Muong communities in Hoa Binh are empowered to raise their voice and role in community projects, positive changes to their life are guaranteed.
Sedang ethnic minority women in a remote mountainous commune in the Central Highland province of Kon Tum are able to improve their income while becoming more confident and connected through group activities.
CARE in Vietnam’s former Country Director, Carol Sherman reminisces about the time she was with her wonderful dedicated colleagues.
Duong Hien Hanh, a former Program Officer for CARE’s avian influenza prevention projects for southern provinces, shares thoughts on how CARE changed her life and perspective.
Son Tra is one of the few VSLAs of H’Mong women. Despite multiple barriers, many start to question gender inequality.
Nguyen Nguyen Nhu Trang, former Project Officer, CARE Office in Ho Chi Minh city and her thoughts on the memorable field trips.
Brian Doolan, former Country Director Brian Doolan (third from right, the first row) as Country Director of CARE International in Vietnam. The photo...
Biniam Haile, former Acting Country Director Biniam Haile with his message against gender violence I am proud of the accomplishments of CARE...
How people in Dac Vien village (Kon Tum) join forces to plant ginseng.
Through T-LEAF, CARE works to enable women tea farmers in Son La to equitably engage in the tea sector with their income being increased and decision making power in the tea market system enhanced.
Only a year after its inception, Hop Thanh Thanh Van Cooperative started to form production groups, diversify the products and the markets, and slowly bring more jobs and income for members.
Take a look at early results and challenges in a project supporting Arabica coffee farmers in the northwest of Vietnam.
Read the story to find out how a stay-at-home ethnic minority woman learns to increase her family income.