Mastercard and CARE Partner to support 1,000 Women Entrepreneurs as Vietnam reopens economy and country
With women-led micro and small enterprises playing a major role in the Vietnamese economy, the partnership is geared towards encouraging short-term stability and long-term growth.
After months of collaboration, the photobook is finally available to shed light to the untold coffee stories of Chieng Chung.
A group of ethnic minority people in the mountainous Bac Kan is playing an important part in keeping Covid-19 at bay in their locality.
In a remote area far north of Vietnam, the ethnic minority women saw big changes in their life in just one year.
To the coffee farmers in Chieng Chung and Muong Chanh commune, Son La province, Arabica coffee has been changing their lives.
Decision makers cannot ignore these differences when putting forward [Covid-19] response plans and ensure women and girls’ voices inform all levels of the response.
In many CARE projects in Vietnam, enthusiastic staff of Women’s Unions play a crucial role. Ms. Hue from Lai Chau is such a person.
A state employee has become a reliable companion with the InfoAct project’s ethnic minority participants.
The story of a young Thai woman in Dien Bien who does not stop learning to become more confident and knowledgeable.
A short story about Tong Van Hoan, an extension worker who is helping to improve the life of Arabica coffee farmers.
Once feeling uncertain about saving activities, Ha Thi Nam has moved fast with others to build a strong savings group in her Pa Lai village.
The story of a Tay ethnic couple who see their life change for the better after both joining a CARE project.
A technical workshop was held in a joint attempt to shape a proper policy framework to poverty reduction and development needs in the ethnic minority areas in Vietnam
Hanoi, 21 February 2020 – State agencies should be fully aware of and practise their important roles and responsibilities in providing transparent...
“From zero to hero” – A journey for turning dream into reality of 15 Hop Thanh Thanh Van Cooperative’s members