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Improving livelihood, public health, access to medical care and education, and more ...


We support quality learning spaces in various settings, such as community-based education and vocational programs, to ensure that children have access to age and condition-appropriate learning environments.

How we get there:

Nam Dong Early Intervention Center

We support the operating costs of this rural center to enable children with disabilities to access early intervention services, pre-school education, daily living skills training, and physical therapy. We provide scholarships to students with disabilities or their siblings at various educational levels, from primary, middle, secondary and even university.

Vocational Training

We provide learning opportunities that teach employment-related and trade-specific technical skills, such as in sewing, embroidery, bike repair, carpentry, small engine repair and other trades.

Bikes for School

Working with our local partners, we provide and subsidize bikes for rural children, especially those from households caring for a member living with a disability or illness, who live miles from their schools, so that distance doesn’t deter these children from attending school.

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Education Program


Through our Education Program, we ensure that youth and adults have high levels of livelihood, cognitive, literacy, and math skills to succeed in life. Education gives people the opportunity to learn and thrive, so that they are set up for a better future. This program allows us to accelerate the progress toward a world free of conflict and of war’s many legacies.

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War Legacies Project provides youth and adults access to quality educational opportunities that help them learn the skills they need to survive and thrive. We work with practitioners and advocates who design early, effective, and accessible teaching programs that improve outcomes and address the educational disparities faced by the most vulnerable populations in Vietnam and Laos.

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