Helping 100 Left behind families in Vietnam

A microproject by Research Center for Management and Sustainable Development (MSD)
Helping 100 Left behind families in Vietnam
Helping 100 Left behind families in Vietnam
Helping 100 Left behind families in Vietnam
Helping 100 Left behind families in Vietnam
Helping 100 Left behind families in Vietnam
Helping 100 Left behind families in Vietnam
Helping 100 Left behind families in Vietnam
Helping 100 Left behind families in Vietnam
Helping 100 Left behind families in Vietnam
Helping 100 Left behind families in Vietnam

Summary

The project will outreach and provide basic support of food and hygiene for at least 100 vulnerable/disadvantaged households who may not be outreached or be unable/ difficult to approach the financial and food support of the Government of Vietnam and Provide awareness raising and education for vulnerable groups on COVID-19 prevention.

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Challenge

In Vietnam in recent days, the COVID-19 epidemic with a new strain has broken out again with thousands of new cases every day, the number of deaths has increased. The social distancing was passed and tightened, many industries, especially services were forced to temporarily close, people had to stay at home. For the poor, informal employed, unemployed and disabled,... maintaining basic needs, food, money, hygene,... in daily life is also a huge challenge.

Solution

The project will outreach and provide basic support of food and hygiene for at least 100 vulnerable/disadvantaged households including: Low-income/poor working/ immigrant households; Households who experience the COVID-19-related income loss; Households with persons with disability/the elder/children who are incapable of work or members without personal documents. In 2020, the project supported more than 550 disadvantaged households including about 2300 beneficiaries in Hanoi and HCMC

Long-Term Impact

By providing the most vulnerable groups in Vietnam with access to food and basic hygiene, and health education to strengthen awareness and resilience regarding COVID-19, the project aims at combatting COVID-19 Pandemic in effective response and relief which ensure that no one is left behind.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

http:/​/​msdvietnam.org/​home/​
MSD's website
Project Leader:
MSD Vietnam
Hanoi, Hanoi Vietnam
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