Educate 3000 children against societal risks

by Alliance Anti Trafic
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Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
MoU signing with GeoComply
MoU signing with GeoComply

Dear friends,

We are thrilled to have Geocomply and Dirox, the two well-known technology companies in Vietnam, established the partnership with our organization to promote the development on effectiveness of preventive mechanisms in community, and increasing community awareness of sexual abuse and exploitation, human trafficking and other related risks. Through the cooperation between AAT and the enterprises, we are looking forward to restarting our preventive training program in the coming time at schools after two years of Covid-19.

In last March, we started the very first activity with Geocomply by organizing a workshop and training for their staff on prevention of sexual harassment. The activity is designed to prevent gender-based harassment in the workplace, and focuses on providing the participants who are female staff of the company with clear information about the problem. Other related risks including sexual abuse and unsafe migration are also main parts of the discussion.

AAT also collaborates with The Mekong Sustainable Manufacturing Alliance by sending our staff to attend their training on the topic Respectful Workplace Program. Its main goal is to equip the factory workers and managers with basic knowledge and skills to enhance a healthy working environment without sexual harassment and sexual abuse, as well as improve the well-being of factory employees in Mekong region. We are happy to have our staff get involve in this project and contribute their effort in the mutual goal of developing preventive education and advance the self-protection of community.

As usual, we are grateful to have your support. As we go forward, we’ll be sure to keep you updated, and know that we always value your questions, ideas and feedback. Thank you for you ongoing support to our project.

Alliance Anti-Trafic Vietnam

MoU signing with Dirox
MoU signing with Dirox
Preventive workshop with GeoComply
Preventive workshop with GeoComply

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Labeling Women
Labeling Women

As the spread of Covid-19 continues in the North and Mekong delta of Vietnam, we have to keep depending on implementing our project activities in the coming time.  

In the upcoming time, we and our partner - Kathmandu company (New Zealand) have the plan on training for factory workers at Tex-Giang company (Mekong Delta) and Maxport (Ha Noi) after the successful training last year. The learners are going to participate in a two-day training and learn about knowledge and skill regarding risks of prevention of human trafficking, exploitation and sexual abuse, harassment at workplace, safe migration, HIV, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), etc. The learns the become principal trainers at the factories and organize the similar trainings for their coworkers.

 On our Facebook page, we are launching a series including four topics:

- Topic 1: End the victim blaming?

- Topic 2: Should prostitution be legal - the never ending debate

- Topic 3: What do you know about Queer-bating?

- Topic 4: Labeling women

 You could read our series on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/aatvietnam

This is our effort to bring the multidimensional information closer to communities and diversify points of view in society. Our team also keep working on our training material and improve it every year so it could be most suitable and meet the needs of each group of beneficiary including teenagers, factory workers or ethnic minority.

As we go forward, we’ll be sure to keep you updated, and know that we always value your questions, ideas and feedback. Thank you for you ongoing support to our project.

Sincerely,

Alliance Anti-Trafic Vietnam

Should prostitution be legal?
Should prostitution be legal?
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Victim blaming

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Gender equality at working place 1
Gender equality at working place 1

Dear our friends,

Ho Chi Minh city entered its fourth wave of Covid-19 at the start of May 2021, seeing its peek at 6.318 new cases on July, 26th. The city has extended the strict lockdown measures to prevent the transmission of this disease until the end of September, as well as planed to return to a “new normal” state in the upcoming months. In light of the threats and follow the directions of the government, we keep working from home and have postponed all our project activities to ensure the safety of community and staff.

Meanwhile, we have developed our training materials by adding the section “Gender Equality at Working Places” to comply with the learners who are factory workers. This is important as the gap between genders is wildest in low-and middle-income countries including Vietnam. Women often face obstacles such as sexual harassment, pregnancy discrimination, gender pay gap, etc. at their working places. Therefore, providing both male and female workers with this information is crucial that helps create an environment where all people are treated equally.

Our team also partnered with Goodera, a popular volunteer platform, to seek for volunteers helping translate the training material into English. This may take a long time to find the volunteers during this hard time but we hope everything is going well. The translating process will be updated in our next report.

As we go forward, we’ll be sure to keep you updated, and know that we always value your questions, ideas and feedback. Please email us at vnaction@allianceantitrafic.org if you have any concerns about the project and keep following our Facebook page to see our latest updates:  https://www.facebook.com/aatvietnam

We hope that you, your loved ones, and your colleagues will safe and well during this time. Our thoughts are with the people affected and everyone working around the clock to help those most in need.

Sincerely,

AAT Vietnam

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Dear our friends,

Vietnam is facing the fourth wave of Covid 19, which is considered its most severe since the pandemic began.

Ho Chi Minh city, the biggest city in the south and provinces in the North, have recorded an increased number of cases daily. Total infections have crossed more than 6.000 cases since the first outbreak in the country early last year. In light of the threats and follow the directions of the government, we have temporarily postponed all our project activities for community and staff safety.

In the upcoming time, we and our partner - Kathmandu company (New Zealand) have the plan on training for factory workers at Tex Giang company (Mekong Delta) and Maxport (Ha Noi) after the successful training last year. The learners are going to participate in a two-day training program. They then will become principal trainers, organizing trainings for the other workers with technical and professional knowledge assistance from AAT Vietnam.

We and our partner believe the training will equip the staff with necessary knowledge and skills to keep themselves from social risks, as well as help managers and staff increase awareness of creating and maintaining a safe workplace. 

We hope that you, your loved ones, and your colleagues will safe and well during this time. Our thoughts are with the people affected and everyone working around the clock to help those most in need.

Please keep following our Facebook page to see our latest updates: https://www.facebook.com/aatvietnam

Thank you very for your huge support.

AAT Vietnam.

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Training 1

We are delighted to bring our training to another part in Vietnam, Lao Cai province and make it accessible for ethnic minority children who live in the orphanage. We also would like to thanks our partner, Enfance Partenariat Vietnam (EPVN), in supporting us organize the training.

Lao Cai is a province sharing the land border of more than 200 km with China and where 25 of Vietnam's ethnic minority groups are living. They face situations that are typical to ethnic minorities in the country: limited education, limited access to information, little awareness of general health and reproductive health. Educating ethnic minority children about prevention of human trafficking and sexual exploitation, as well as reproductive health has become an important tool to help the children to be away from crimes and improve their quality of life in the long run.

“Human trafficking is more serious in border areas, often in women and girls to China with the main purpose of sexual exploitation and forced marriage. That’s why we find it really important to equip community, especially children the skills and knowledge to protect themselves from the risks. We look forward to the next training in the near future”. Lo Thi Lien - The staff of the orphanage told us.

We had two-day training with lots of fun. The children were taught about what is human trafficking and forms of exploitation; how to recognize and escape from dangerous situations; knowledge about prevention of STIs, drugs, incest, child marriage and other related risks at their age. The training method used is active learning, which means the children participated in various activities during the entire study period. This aims to encourage the children more engaged in the lessons.

Sexual abuse, exploitation, incest and human trafficking are recognized as important problems in Vietnam. Furthermore, reproductive health and sex-related risk prevention education for children is out of the question.We need to move forward from this obsolete state with preventive education.

With a simple action you take, a difference you can make. You could be a part of the solution by supporting our project on GlobalGiving: https://goto.gg/32214 or contact us: vnaction@allianceantitrafic.org

We believe prevention is better than a cure and equip children with prevention education is also increase the protection mechanism of the whole community.

Warm regards,

AAT Vietnam

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Training 2
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Alliance Anti Trafic

Location: Ho Chi Minh - Vietnam
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Ta My Linh
Ho Chi Minh, Ho Chi Minh Vietnam
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