Ongoing Campaigns

Dreams become deeds

Staying healthy, finishing school, finding a job. When you are 15 years old and you grow up in a remote, poor village in Central Vietnam, some basic conditions for a ‘normal’ life seem to be lacking. MCNV started a project in Huong Hoa in which we look beyond the health of teenage girls. 

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Work together, escape from poverty!

Since 2009 MCNV is supporting microfinance projects for women in the poorest villages in the southern coastal province of Ben Tre. With a small loan, the women can buy a cow or a pig, to increase their meager income.

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A good start for toddlers in Phu Mo

Both food and mental health care needed in Central Vietnam

Last year we have asked you to support the people in Quang Tri province. Your reactions have been generous and you’ve made it possible to continue supporting these people. This winter we would like to introduce two new projects: increasing food security in the poorest villages and support for students with mental health problems.

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Hoa’s grandmother has a dream

Hoa is a 9-year-old girl, living with her grandmother in a tiny urban village in a remote part of Dien Bien province. Hoa suffers from cerebral palsy. Her family is extremely poor. Her parents, farmers, can hardly manage. When Hoa was 2 years old, because of her handicap, her parents left her with her grandmother, who since then takes care of her.

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Old traditions derogate youths

In some rural areas of Vietnam, century old traditions determine todays’ life, hardly imaginable in our rapidly evolving times. Teenage girls get pregnant at a very young age, have to marry and have to leave school immediately. The youths would like to break free from the tradition, but how? MCNV has developed a plan to help and with your support we will succeed!

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Film Your Own Life!

Documentaries to inspire poor women

Together with the Vietnamese Centre for Women and Development, MCNV has started a unique two-year film project ‘Filming Development’ in which trained volunteers shoot a number of documentary films on the daily life of women in Vietnam.

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Support the people in Quang Tri

A heartfelt cry from MCNV office Central Vietnam – We will not abandon the people in Quang Tri !

From the very beginning the work of MCNV in Quang Tri Province is made possible by contributions from the donors in the Netherlands. Six years ago, we managed to get a generous subsidy which enabled us to fund additional programs and staff. But last year the subsidy period ended and we did not yet succeed in finding new sources.

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Support the worker bees of Vietnam

All over Vietnam women are working hard, in the rice-fields, in small shops and restaurants, but also sweeping streets in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in the dead of night. These women work as busy bees, but what if something goes wrong?

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Occupational therapy for disabled people

Autumn Campaign: MCNV magazine 2016-03

In the autumn of 2016 we asked for your contribution to start up a professional training program for occupational therapists in Vietnam.

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Sexual and reproductive health and rights-education in Huong Hoa

Summer campaign

In the border region of Huong Hoa, there are 1900 teenagers with too little knowledge of sexual matters. Their parents also want to gain knowledge and self-confidence so that they are able to discuss delicate subjects.

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