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

Dung’s First Tet in the Children’s Home

Dung’s First Tet in the Children’s Home

DUNG (pronounced "Zoom", 11 years-old, in blue jacket) joined one of YWAM Mercy's community-based Children's Homes last October. He is one of 15 children who entered the three Homes in 2021. His life has been difficult up to this point. Knowing his mother had...

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15 New Children Enter Children’s Homes

15 New Children Enter Children’s Homes

Some of the children who have recently entered the Homes and have yet to be sponsored At the end of 2021 YWAM Mercy welcomed 15 new children to our three community-based Children's Homes after they were found to be in unsafe situations by local leaders and other...

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CURRENT NEWS – ECONOMIC EMPOWEREMENT

Goat Raising Offers Families a Viable Business Model

Goat Raising Offers Families a Viable Business Model

When Mr. Thu arrived back in Vietnam, after working in Cyprus as a foreign worker, he was looking for viable ways to provide for his family. His wife had been successfully raising pigs for a number of years, after taking part in YWAM Mercy’s Opportunity Team. She...

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Calf Brings Highest Price Ever in YWAM Mercy Cow-bank

Calf Brings Highest Price Ever in YWAM Mercy Cow-bank

They say good things come in small packages and that was certainly the case with Mr. Vuong's cow. Mr. Vuong and his wife joined a YWAM Mercy Opportunity Team in 2019 hoping for the chance to raise a cow to increase their income.  They live with their son in a very...

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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

Dung’s First Tet in the Children’s Home

Dung’s First Tet in the Children’s Home

DUNG (pronounced "Zoom", 11 years-old, in blue jacket) joined one of YWAM Mercy's community-based Children's Homes last October. He is one of 15 children who entered the three Homes in 2021. His life has been difficult up to this point. Knowing his mother had...

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LUC NAM

Goat Raising Offers Families a Viable Business Model

Goat Raising Offers Families a Viable Business Model

When Mr. Thu arrived back in Vietnam, after working in Cyprus as a foreign worker, he was looking for viable ways to provide for his family. His wife had been successfully raising pigs for a number of years, after taking part in YWAM Mercy’s Opportunity Team. She...

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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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