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Vietnam in numbers

Vietnam - context

  • Average annual income per capita - c$900
  • Majority of families SCC supports closer to $300
  • 37% of population are children (under 18 years)
  • 7 million children (1/3rd of all children under 16) are ‘poor’ (using multi-dimensional approach)
  • 2.6 million Children in Need of Special Protection (CNSP) = 9% of all Vietnamese children

Children in need of special protection*

  • Orphans -------------------------------------150,514
  • Children with disabilities ---------------------1,200,000
  • Street children -------------------------------16,000
  • HIV+ ----------------------------------------12,500
  • Children affected by AIDS -------------------283,667
  • Child labourers -------------------------------23,000
  • Children misusing drugs -----------------------8,500
  • Children in conflict with the law ---------------14,000
  • Child victims of sexual exploitation-------------unknown
  • Child victims of trafficking----------------------unknown
  • Institutionalised children -----------------------15,000

*Source UNICEF 2009

Vietnam context - poverty

Poverty defined as a level of deprivation such that a person is unable to meet minimum standards of well being with well being defined as:

  • adequate resources for attaining the basic necessities of food, water, shelter and clothing;
  • access to acceptable levels of health and education;
  • accountability from state institutions and civil society; and
  • freedom from excessive vulnerability to adverse shocks

Key measure of poverty used in Vietnam:

  • Multi-dimensional* – indicators include education, nutrition, health, shelter, water and sanitation, child labour, leisure, social inclusion and protection
  • Child considered to be ‘living in poverty’ if needs are unmet in 2 or more of these indicators. Hence a child may live in a home where income is regarded as above the poverty line but this is insufficient to pay for school and basic nutrition for instance
  • Most striking issues remain around health, water & sanitation: almost half of all children have no access to hygienic toilet facilities at home and 1/3rd not fully immunised by age 5 and around 25% of children under five suffer from malnourishment.
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