Hearts For Hue’s May 2019 Newsletter

Welcome to Hearts For Hue’s May 2019 Newsletter. 

Dear Donors, Colleagues, and Friends,

First of all, Hearts For Hue would like to send our warmest greetings and best wishes to all of you and express our sincere thanks for your support of disadvantaged people in Vietnam.

We would like to share with you an overview of what our organization was doing from April to May  2019

Please take a look at our project highlights below:

The new international volunteer supports Hearts For Hue in Microfinance Program

 Australian volunteers for international Development Program is a Government initiative. The program offers a range of opportunities for the Australian community to share skills and foster linkages with people and organizations in developing countries: to make a difference as part of Australia’s overseas aid program. In Vietnam, Hearts for Hue is very pleased to welcome Mr. Alistair Cameron who is a young volunteer… See more

 

Microfinance – A First Impression

 Over the last few days, Hearts For Hue’s staff has taken Mr. Alistair Cameron a new international volunteer form AVI to visit the Microfinance Project managed by the organization. In order to obtain a better understanding about the project sites, he took a trip to Vy Da Ward, Quang Phuoc Commune, Huong Van Commune, and Vinh Phu Commune. This is very first impression…See more  

 

 

Community Service Program May 2019

 Since 2013, Hearts For Hue (H4H) has worked with Singapore Management University as a facilitator to organize Community service projects for their students.

From 29th April to 13th  May 2019, three groups of more than 70 SMU students under the assistance of Hearts For Hue came to Thua Thien Hue province, Vietnam to conduct three different projects which are:

–      Project Phoniksa IV (SMU) at Quang Cong Kindergarten, Quang Quang Dien district.

–      Project Hue Dream IX (SMU) at Huong Xuan Primary School, Huong Tra District

–      Project Triveria VI (SMU) at Quang Thanh Primary School, Quang Dien District. See more

We Are Bamboo in May: The volunteers found their happiness in serving underprivileged people

 According to local authorities, the family of Mr Tran Van Sinh is one of the poorest households in Huong Van  Commune, Huong Tra Town. He and his wife Hoang Thi Suong work as farmers planting and cultivating rice and peanuts. Recently, the peanuts crop has been seriously affected due to the unusually hot weather. Their income has therefore decreased. To make a living, they also raise a flock of 20 chickens; however, some chickens have died and others have been stolen since their chicken coop is too small and unqualified to raise healthy chickens. Hence, they were in need to improve the conditions of the chicken coop. See more 

 

 

Formulating a new goat-raising model in the T.T.Hue  Social Center

 To provide additional assistance to the patients with mental illness of The Social Center, Hearts For Hue has continued to formula a goat raising model at Thua Thien Hue Social Center under the sponsorship of the DOVE Fund. On 30th May 2019, under the sponsorship of the DOVE Fund, Hearts For Hue in conjunction with Professor Doctor Nguyen Xuan Ba – Dean of Faculty of Husbandry and Veterinary of Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry, delivered a training session on goat raising techniques. Those participated in the training including Mr Ngo Duy Binh – the Director of Thua Thien Hue Social Center and five Center’s staff, Mr Truong Trong Khanh – Hearts For Hue Chairman, and fifty people with mental illness. See more

Once again, Hearts For Hue would like to extend our deepest gratitude to the donors for their great concern for the less fortunate people of our community. We hope that the cooperation between the donors and Hearts for Hue will grow even closer and more sustainable in the future. We wish you and your family good health, happiness, and prosperity.

Please see our monthly video  as below:

Hearts For Hue Team.

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