Mrs Trần Thị Vỹ (1965) family is one of the poorest households in Sơn Công 2 Village, Hương Vân Community. She is a single mom who is living with a daughter (25 years old) and her mom who is 79 years old. Mrs Vỹ got an operation on her spine since she got an accident. …
Resettled communities around Hue still lack access to fresh water and proper water sanitation practices. In partnership with Rotary International, H4H implements clean water projects that consist of bringing fresh water access to these communities, building hygienic latrines for residents, and teaching on water conservation and sanitation.
Hearts for Hue provides direct assistance to people living with a disability by offering livelihood support projects aimed at job creation. Participants are given the knowledge and tools to farm animals, leading to food stability and a steady income. Individuals also are given the opportunity to contribute to their community through farming, resulting in an increase in social acceptance.
Hearts for Hue organizes volunteer student groups to spend time improving the educational environment for rural kindergartens in Hue, Vietnam. Groups carry out activities such as building fences, courtyards, and garden beds as well as english language classes and recreational activities aimed at cross cultural exchanges.
Micro-finance loans are small loans given out to individuals who are too poor to qualify for traditional bank loans. H4H’s loan program allows low-income and disadvantaged women to attain small, unsecured loans to be used to start businesses, breed livestock, and generally improve livelihood.