CURRENT NEWS

Office Relocation Announcement

We are pleased to announce that we have moved to a new location as of 1st February 2018. We will continue to serve our guests in the same friendly manner as before at our new address on No.10.09, 10th floor, Song Hong Parkview Building, 165 Thai Ha Street, Hanoi....

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Tet Greetings for 2018

Lunar New Year, called the “Tet” Festival, is the most important celebration in Vietnamese culture. It marks the arrival of spring based on the Lunar calendar. Tet is also a special time for family reunions and a chance to visit relatives, friends and neighbors...

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CURRENT NEWS – FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

Making Traditional Chung Cakes in the Children’s Home

Lunar New Year or “Tet” is the most important festival of the year for Vietnamese, and many other Asian people. For children living in YWAM Mercy’s community-based Children’s Homes, Lunar New Year means making Chung cakes - one of the many events of the season that...

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Outdoor Library Fosters Love of Reading in Preschoolers

YWAM Mercy understands that reading is essential for child development. Fostering a love of reading while children are in preschool is important, especially now that attractive internet games and shows constantly compete for their attention. Because of this, we focus...

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CURRENT NEWS – ECONOMIC EMPOWEREMENT

Flower Growing Co-op Provides Income Earning Opportunity

YWAM Mercy Vietnam has been working in one community in Bac Giang Province since 2008 and we have seen the living conditions here improve dramatically as a result of our partnership with local leaders and residents. A few families in this area had tried to grow...

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Farmers Visit Successful Orange Growing Model

Learning from other’s experiences provides inspiration, and helps avoid costly mistakes. YWAM Mercy works in many rural areas where rich resources could be developed to improve incomes and living standards. Taking farmers on exposure trips is one way we help them...

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CURRENT NEWS – BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

HanoiSME Honors YWAM Mercy Vietnam

Last month, Mr. Mario Bruehlmann, the Founder of Swiss Consulting Group and the CEO of Swiss Create, YWAM Mercy Vietnam's partner in our Small and Medium Enterprises Development Project, and Ms. Roslyn Jackson, the Director of YWAM Mercy Vietnam, received awards and...

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CURRENT NEWS – ENVIRONMENT AND SANITATION

Pig Raising Households Face Severe Losses

Market price instability is one of the biggest challenges with the animal husbandry industry in Vietnam. Whether raising animals as a household or as part of a larger farming model, most animal raising households understand that price fluctuations are an...

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CURRENT NEWS – BY LOCATION

BA VI

Making Traditional Chung Cakes in the Children’s Home

Lunar New Year or “Tet” is the most important festival of the year for Vietnamese, and many other Asian people. For children living in YWAM Mercy’s community-based Children’s Homes, Lunar New Year means making Chung cakes - one of the many events of the season that...

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LUC NAM

Outdoor Library Fosters Love of Reading in Preschoolers

YWAM Mercy understands that reading is essential for child development. Fostering a love of reading while children are in preschool is important, especially now that attractive internet games and shows constantly compete for their attention. Because of this, we focus...

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Flower Growing Co-op Provides Income Earning Opportunity

YWAM Mercy Vietnam has been working in one community in Bac Giang Province since 2008 and we have seen the living conditions here improve dramatically as a result of our partnership with local leaders and residents. A few families in this area had tried to grow...

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HOAI DUC

Inspiring English Learning Opportunity

As Vietnam integrates into the global economy, English fluency is more and more important, especially in developing countries like Vietnam. However, in rural areas, many people are still not aware of the need to speak English and children often have little opportunity...

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