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This film was produced by a youngster supported in the past by SCC and is designed to provide young people with an initial insight into different types of work. The aim being to help them to understand what each job involves and start to see if that is something that truly interests them. The film features 11 of the most popular "hot" jobs such as hospitality, hairdressing, motor mechanics etc. The film stands alone but is normally shown accompanied by a professional who helps to discuss the film contents and the questions that arise.

Paul Finnis, Director of SCC, is featured in "Vietnam in My Heart" TV show on a visit to Thien An Charity House - the school for the blind that has long received aids from SCC. Paul talks about what SCC has been doing in Thien An and how it will continue do so in order to bring about more changes to help underprivileged children in Southern Vietnam


Presented up close in a heart-to-heart interview, Paul warmly shares his life in Vietnam, his work at SCC, his opinions on charity work and what needs to be done to further empower charity organizations in Vietnam. Paul also expresses his gracious love for Vietnam, the country and the people he has come to call his family.

 


Woven in this short documentary are some heart-wrenching stories of unfortunate children in their struggle with poverty and an inspiring portrait of Paul Finnis – an English man who has dedicated his life to a long, less traveled journey of enabling Vietnamese underprivileged children to strive for a better future. This video helps us understand what has fueled him to carry on striving to make their future brighter.


For many poor Vietnamese children, an obstacle when it comes to education is getting to schools. Quite often, it is not so easy as it may seem. The distance is long, the roads are bumpy, and means of transportation are scarce. Therefore, SCC has initiated “The Bicycle Scholarship Project”, which is meant to provide those children with bikes to go to schools with ease and safety.
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