Disability Support Program

It is estimated that more than 12 million people living with a disability in Vietnam. Many people living with a disability are unable to work and provide for themselves. This leads to a feeling of helplessness, and many feel like they are a burden to their families, lowing their quality of life.


Hearts for Hue aims to address these issues through job creation by teaching people living with disabilities how to raise farm animals to sell and house renovation. This project model allows for positive economic and social growth by giving people the change to create a livelihood and gain a stable, sustainable income.

“Now I have a steady income and can contribute to society. Thank you Hearts for Hue for improving my life”


Heart for Hue’s Disability Support Program provides assistance to individuals living with a disability and families affected by agent orange. The Disability Support Project works to improve people’s living conditions through economic stability, job creation, house repair, and supporting their integration into society.

H4H’s Disability Support Program has supported more than 1000 people living with a physical or mental disability in Thua Thien Hue province.


Individuals are given the materials and support needed to make a living off of farming animals, such as chickens, pigs, and goats. This includes teaching groups how to properly care for animals, providing initial vaccinations, building chicken coops, pig pens for animals, and goat shelters, teaching business practices, and providing financial support through microfinance to increase revenue.

Additionally, the project also supports house renovation for the poor families with disabilities, including replacing the roof, making a concrete yard, building toilets, etc. 

Past participants in H4H’s Disability Support Program

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