NEWS ARCHIVE – FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

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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Developing a Secondary School Reading Culture

Creating a rich reading culture in school develops knowledgeable citizens who know how to find and process information so they can contribute to the community positively as adults. Recently, YWAM Mercy Vietnam provided two training sessions on the benefits of reading...

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Rural Teachers Learn Through Visit to Top Urban Preschool

YWAM Mercy wants to help rural preschool teachers understand and experience active learning. On August 25th we took a group of 40 teachers from rural Luc Nam to Ly Thai To Preschool in Hanoi to expose them to how a top urban preschool operates. Ly Thai To Preschool...

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Phu Chau Children’s Home Renovation Update

Good news came in August 2017 for the 20 children living in our Phu Chau Children’s Home when the city of Hanoi approved the Home renovation plan. Renovation, which is now underway, is being made possible through donations from the German Embassy and Kneipe (an German...

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Quilts for Kids

A supporter in New Zealand with a big heart for kids has an ambitious goal to sew a quilt for each boy and girl in our three Children's Homes...that's 62 quilts in all.  With this meaningful handmade gift, she wants to communicate the unique and special nature of each...

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Children Enjoy Their 2017 Summer Outing

Children from all three Children's Homes came together on Cua Lo beach in Nghe An for their annual summer outing.  They were joined by YWAM Mercy staff and the Homes Board of Management making a group of 90 people in all for this summer tradition. This is an important...

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Update: Trang Huyen’s Home Rebuild

The house is finally complete! The Women’s Union and neighbours helped the family demolish their old house. The construction went smoothly but they have decided to delay painting the walls at this stage to allocate money to rebuilding the animal pens and kitchen....

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