Improve Lives of 100 Children & Women with HIV

by Mai Tam Center for Orphans and Vulnerable Children


The project provides medical, spiritual and social suppport services for 100 OVCs and mothers infected and affected by HIV/AIDS in Ho Chi Minh City and neighboring provinces.
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This project aims to address problems negatively affecting people living with HIV/AIDS, namely poverty, discrimination and stigmatization against people living with HIV/AIDS speacially women, children, lack of adequate medical, spiritual and social services for them in Ho Chi Minh City and neighboring provinces by enabling these people to equally access necessary services of all types so that they will be able to develop and live their life to the fullest, free from deprivation and in dignity.


- Voluntary testing counseling & referral system to enable target groups to access proper public, non-profit low-cost or free medical services to enhance their health - Kindergarten for OVCs - Life skills, vocational training & job creation

Long-Term Impact

The project will enable 100 women and orphans infected and affected by HIV/AIDS to enjoy equal rights as human beings and thus they can live a quality life free from deprivation and discrimination.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Organization Information

Mai Tam Center for Orphans and Vulnerable Children

Location: District Phu Nhuan, Ho Chi Minh - Vietnam
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
John Dinh Toai MI
Program Manager
Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

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