On September 21, 2022, CARE International in Vietnam cooperated with the Departments of Agriculture and Rural Development of Lai Chau and Ha Giang provinces to hold the Project Steering Committee of the “Enhancing Economic Empowerment of Ethnic Minority Women in Vietnam – AWEEV”
According to the 2017 World Bank Database (Findex), only 30% of male and 31% of female adults in Vietnam have accessed formal financial services, one of the lowest rates in East Asia. Many people in rural areas are excluded from access to financial services.
The beginning of 2022 marks a hard-working year of Gender-based Violence Prevention Network in Vietnam – GBVNet to reduce inequality and violence on the basis of gender.
Leaving the bustling capital to settle down in Thanh Hoa, Tran Thi Hong could not have imagined that she would face so many difficulties on her business path. But…
Thanks to microfinancing loans and skill training, a young woman confidently expands her business and creates jobs for other people.