Raising funds and providing educational support for disadvantaged children in Vietnam, according to the charity’s executive director, Tim Mullett, a new dynamic branding system demonstrates the charity’s strong development strategy over the next 5 years.
“At saigonchildren we believe that every child in Vietnam deserves an equal and fair opportunity to develop and reach their full potential,” said Mullett at the charity’s 25-year anniversary celebrations early in November. “We will continue to break down barriers to education for disadvantaged children.”
Over the past quarter of a century, the charity has provided more than 35,000 scholarships for children in need. It has supported over 10,000 students attending annual courses in English, computer studies and other activities and more than 6,000 students obtaining career orientation via vocational training. 186 schools have been built with a total of 480 classrooms, and 55 projects have cultivated special skills in education for over 1,500 teachers and parents. In total, more than 10,000 disabled children have benefited from the projects.