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Daily School Milk for 300 Poor Children in Vietnam

by For Vietnamese Stature Foundation
Daily School Milk for 300 Poor Children in Vietnam
Daily School Milk for 300 Poor Children in Vietnam
Daily School Milk for 300 Poor Children in Vietnam
Daily School Milk for 300 Poor Children in Vietnam
Daily School Milk for 300 Poor Children in Vietnam
Daily School Milk for 300 Poor Children in Vietnam
Daily School Milk for 300 Poor Children in Vietnam
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Picture for closing report

Dear our sponsors and whom it may concern,

In June 2017, the project "Daily School Milk for 300 Poor Children in Vietnam" was officially launched on Global Giving platform with the desire to connect resources around the world to improve the malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies of poor children.

The project has received the attention and support of many individuals in Vietnam and internationally. As of June 30, 2019, the project has received $7,574.53 via Global Giving platform. In addition, the project also held an offline fundraising event on October 22, 2017 in Hanoi with more than 3,000 participants. Through this event, the project received a total grant of $16,601. With a total fund of $24,175.53, VSF donated 88,000 glasses of school milk to poor children in Quy Hop district.

According to the evaluation report of the local authorities, the health of the beneficiary children has improved significantly compared to before drinking milk, such as the child has a good growth in height and weight, less illness, and malnutrition rate decreases, etc.

Here are some specific sharing from local authorities and beneficiary families:

-       “I loves going to school, even when I am sick because going to school means drinking milk” –  A 4-year-old boy in Chau Cuong commune, Quy Hop district said. His mother said “My family is very poor and often only eats vegetables. Thanks to the school milk program, Chieu is no longer lack of nutrients; thus, he has enough energy to go to school and play with friends.”

-       VVQ, a student of Grade 4, Thai Quang village, Chau Thai commune, Quy Hop district, whose mother died from an early age, said: "I am very happy to go to school and can drink school milk. Previously, my family often had to fast for breakfast, dinner was not enough sometimes. My family only has one meal with omelet for the whole week. I hope all the poor children will receive nutritional support as we do. "

-       Deputy Director of Nghe An Department of Education and Training, said: “We appreciate the efforts of VSF in increasing the opportunity to drink school milk for poor children”

In the 2019-2020 school year, the government of Nghe An province has announced to stop the implementation of a school milk program across the province in order to evaluate the results and develop the next plan. Therefore, VSF has just decided to close this project.

The raised funds from July 1 (USD 700) so far will be transferred to the new project that VSF will submit in September. It is a project calling for funding to donate fresh milk to children with serious diseases. The deployment site will be nationwide. Quarterly, VSF will organize milk giving activities for these children.

Thank you all for your interest and support. We pledge to continue to be an effective and reputable charity foundation in Vietnam

Best regards,

For Vietnamese Stature Foundation (VSF) - The Best Non-Profit Organization of the Year 2019 (by Asia Philanthropy Award)

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School Milk Giving activity
School Milk Giving activity
Visit a primary school in Quy Hop
Visit a primary school in Quy Hop
School Milk Giving activity in Quy Hop district
School Milk Giving activity in Quy Hop district

Dear all,

We are looking forward to receiving your interest and support with the project  "Daily School Milk for 300 poor children in Vietnam" 

From 01/03/2019 to now, we have fundraised $ 235 through global giving platform. This amount will be transferred to the school milking project for poor children in Quy Hop in the 2019 -2020 school year. 

We look forward to continuing to receive your interest and support with this project because of the reasons as bellow:

  • Quy Hop district has over 3,000 poor children in need of support. In the next school year (2019 -2020), the poor children in Quy Hop district still need your support to drink school milk every day to prevent malnutrition and lack of micronutrients
  • If more funding is available, more poor children will benefit.


Please do not forget - for only $ 10, you will provide school milk for a poor child for nearly 1.5 months

Be one of the next people to contribute to a brighter future for the children of Vietnam. Donation site at https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/daily-school-milk-for-300-poor-children-in-vietnam/

 We’re also going to need your help spreading the word! Please share this opportunity with your colleagues, partners, friends and family! Thank you!

 Thank you so much for your interest and support,

Regards,

For Vietnamese Stature Foundation (VSF)

Contact person: Ms Tran Hong Diep - Coordinator

Email: dieptran@vitamvocviet.vn

https://www.facebook.com/quyvitamvocviet/

http://vitamvocviet.vn/ 

Dear our sponsors and whom it may concern,


Despite socio - economic developments for the past decades, still too many children suffer from malnutrition in Viet Nam. Out of 7 million children under the age of five, more than 1.7 million children are stunted (24,6% - National Institute of Nutrition 2015).

Ensuring the health of children is Viet Nam’s highest priority. Viet Nam was the first country in Southeast Asia and the second in the world to adopt the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Article 14 of which says that every child has the right to the highest attainable standard of health care.

Founded in 2014, For Vietnamese Stature Foundation’s goal is to promote the rights to nutrition and to education of children, including boys and girls. For Vietnamese Stature Foundation has been assisting many children in remote and difficult areas having better daily nutrition, and learning conditions and opportunity in their early life.

We are looking forward to receiving your interest and support with the project  "Daily School Milk for 300 poor children in Vietnam" 

From 31/12/2018 to now, we have fundraised $ 95 through global giving platform. This amount will be transferred to the school milking project for poor children in Quy Hop in the 2019 -2020 school year. 

We look forward to continuing to receive your interest and support with this project because of the reasons as bellow:

  • Quy Hop district has over 3,000 poor children in need of support. In the next school year (2019 -2020), the poor children in Quy Hop district still need your support to drink school milk every day to prevent malnutrition and lack of micronutrients
  • If more funding is available, more poor children will benefit.


Please do not forget - for only $ 10, you will provide school milk for a poor child for nearly 1.5 months

Be one of the next people to contribute to a brighter future for the children of Vietnam. Donation site at https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/daily-school-milk-for-300-poor-children-in-vietnam/

 We’re also going to need your help spreading the word! Please share this opportunity with your colleagues, partners, friends and family! Thank you!

 Thank you so much for your interest and support,

Regards,

For Vietnamese Stature Foundation (VSF)

Contact person: Ms Tran Hong Diep - Coordinator

Email: dieptran@vitamvocviet.vn

https://www.facebook.com/quyvitamvocviet/

http://vitamvocviet.vn/ 

Dear our sponsors and whom it may concern,

Despite socio - economic developments for the past decades, still too many children suffer from malnutrition in Viet Nam. Out of 7 million children under the age of five, more than 1.7 million children are stunted (24,6% - National Institute of Nutrition 2015).

Ensuring the health of children is Viet Nam’s highest priority. Viet Nam was the first country in Southeast Asia and the second in the world to adopt the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Article 14 of which says that every child has the right to the highest attainable standard of health care.

Founded in 2014, For Vietnamese Stature Foundation’s goal is to promote the rights to nutrition and to education of children, including boys and girls. For Vietnamese Stature Foundation has been assisting many children in remote and difficult areas having better daily nutrition, and learning conditions and opportunity in their early life.

We are looking forward to receiving your interest and support with the project  "Daily School Milk for 300 poor children in Vietnam" 

Please do not forget - for only $ 10, you will provide school milk for a poor child for nearly 1.5 months

Be one of the next people to contribute to a brighter future for the children of Vietnam. Donation site at https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/daily-school-milk-for-300-poor-children-in-vietnam/

 We’re also going to need your help spreading the word! Please share this opportunity with your colleagues, partners, friends and family! Thank you!

 Thank you so much for your interest and support,

Regards,

For Vietnamese Stature Foundation (VSF)

Contact person: Ms Tran Hong Diep - Coordinator

Email: dieptran@vitamvocviet.vn

https://www.facebook.com/quyvitamvocviet/

http://vitamvocviet.vn/ 

Dear our sponsors and whom it may concern,


From 01/01/2018 to now, we have fundraised $ 821.52 through global giving platform. This amount will be transferred to the school milking project for poor children in Quy Hop in the 2018 -2019 school year. 

We look forward to continuing to receive your interest and support with this project because of the reasons as bellow:

  • Quy Hop district has over 3,000 poor children in need of support. 60,000 glasses of school milk were only enough for a few hundred poor children to drink daily school milk for a short time (from 1st February, 2018 to the end of the 2017-2018 school year). Meanwhile, to prevent malnutrition and lack of micronutrients, the poor children need to be supported school milk for a longer period of time.
  • If more funding is available, more poor children will benefit.
  • In the next school year (2018 -2019), the poor children in Quy Hop district still need your support to drink school milk every day. 

Please do not forget - for only $ 10, you will provide school milk for a poor child for nearly 1.5 months

Thank you so much for your interest and support,

Regards,

For Vietnamese Stature Foundation (VSF)

Contact person: Ms Tran Hong Diep - Coordinator

Email: dieptran@vitamvocviet.vn

https://www.facebook.com/quyvitamvocviet/

http://vitamvocviet.vn/ 

 

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For Vietnamese Stature Foundation

Location: Hanoi city - Vietnam
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Project Leader:
Diep Tran
Hanoi city, Vietnam

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