Training Teachers Changes Children’s Lives

The community of Tong Bat (Ba Vi District) has recently received substantial government support from the city of Hanoi to rebuild schools. However, local leaders understand that new equipment and modern facilities alone are not enough to bring changes to the...

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How We Prepare a Community-Presented Communication Night

Communication Nights are a great way to deliver information to the community in an entertaining way. These events attract a large percentage of the community so they are very effective at reaching them with important development messages. A Communication Night...

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Child-Friendly Library Concept Spreads

In the process of preparing for another Child-Friendly Library to be installed in 2019, YWAM Mercy visited three lower-secondary schools along with representatives of Luc Nam's Education Department to survey the needs of their libraries.During the visit, we were...

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Inspiring English Learning for Secondary School Students

In today’s global world of hi-tech communication, learning English is a must. Knowing English can provide a chance to work for companies with an international reach which brings broader job opportunities and a higher salary. With this in mind, one Hoai Duc secondary...

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New Child-Friendly Library Opens with Support from HIWC

The children at Kham Lang Lower Secondary School now have a special place to read thanks to the partnership between YWAM Mercy and the Hanoi International Women’s Club (HIWC) which funded a new child-friendly library we developed at the school. A child-friendly...

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Sponsors Day 2018: Children Enjoy Time With Caring Supporters

More than 105 people met together for the YWAM Mercy Vietnam Children's Homes Sponsor’s Day event held at the Phu Chau Children’s Home on Sunday, November 11, 2018. Sponsors who were able to attend came excited to meet their sponsored child(ren).  Likewise, the...

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YWAM Mercy Helps Community Care for Children Under Six

We had cause for celebration recently when finally we are able to provide better opportunities for all preschool aged children in one Ba Vi community. We've been working for years to improve the teacher training and facilities in this location.YWAM Mercy is supporting...

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Mid-Autumn Festival in the Children’s Homes

The year goes by very quickly. September is the time for Vietnamese students to start a new school year, and also the time when children celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival (Tet Trung Thu), a tradition for South-East Asian children. Simple star-shaped lanterns made of...

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