CURRENT NEWS

We’re Back!

We’re Back!

Visiting the Children's Home to encourage and check in with the children After being locked down for many months, the situation in Hanoi has improved and now we are able to go back out to visit project sites. We are planning many activities for the last quarter to...

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CURRENT NEWS – FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

Welcoming the Year of the Dragon in the Children’s Homes

Welcoming the Year of the Dragon in the Children’s Homes

It is the 19th time YWAM Mercy Vietnam has made CHUNG cakes with children at our three community-based Children's Homes. We do this so that the children can have a close connection to their culture and its traditional foods. We want them to have similar experiences...

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Education Assistance Impact: Hieu

Education Assistance Impact: Hieu

Hieu (grade 2) is the second son of a two-child family living in poverty in Ba Vi. His parents got divorced and he now lives with his mother who does not have a permanent job. She gets by with temporary jobs she does at home such as cleaning wigs and making bamboo...

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CURRENT NEWS – ECONOMIC EMPOWEREMENT

Deer and Goat Raising

Deer and Goat Raising

Innovation is the key for farmers relying on agriculture to make a living.  SSCD and YWAM Mercy have been trying to encourage farmers to think in a different way about their economic activities and to invest in crops and livestock that bring higher financial returns....

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Agricultural Fair Showcases Local Products

Agricultural Fair Showcases Local Products

A district New Year festival gave some of our project beneficiaries an opportunity to show case their agricultural products to a larger audience. This Spring Festival is held every year just after the Lunar New Year Holiday. People come together from all over the...

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CURRENT NEWS – ENVIRONMENT AND SANITATION

Prospering Despite the Pandemic

Prospering Despite the Pandemic

Demand for safe, high-quality vegetables is increasing along with their market price. The suburban farmers involved in YWAM Mercy’s safe-farming model benefit from their strategic location which is close enough to city so pandemic regulations still allow them to bring...

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Hydroponics: A Solution for Suburban Farmers

Hydroponics: A Solution for Suburban Farmers

Vietnam needs to replace unsafe and unproductive farming practices which pollute the environment and damage people’s health. Hydroponics may be part of the solution.Hydroponics is a method of growing plants in a nutrient-rich water-based environment. It has many...

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CURRENT NEWS – BY LOCATION

BA VI

Welcoming the Year of the Dragon in the Children’s Homes

Welcoming the Year of the Dragon in the Children’s Homes

It is the 19th time YWAM Mercy Vietnam has made CHUNG cakes with children at our three community-based Children's Homes. We do this so that the children can have a close connection to their culture and its traditional foods. We want them to have similar experiences...

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LUC NAM

Deer and Goat Raising

Deer and Goat Raising

Innovation is the key for farmers relying on agriculture to make a living.  SSCD and YWAM Mercy have been trying to encourage farmers to think in a different way about their economic activities and to invest in crops and livestock that bring higher financial returns....

read more
Agricultural Fair Showcases Local Products

Agricultural Fair Showcases Local Products

A district New Year festival gave some of our project beneficiaries an opportunity to show case their agricultural products to a larger audience. This Spring Festival is held every year just after the Lunar New Year Holiday. People come together from all over the...

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HOAI DUC

Community Learns Six Life Aspects For Success

Community Learns Six Life Aspects For Success

Helping people to set goals and plan for the future builds stronger communities. When people think only about the present and earning enough money for daily expenses it has a negative effect on individuals and their families, especially the children because then life...

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