Ho chi minh CITY child welfare association
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HCWA is a non-profit social organization consisting of individuals and organizations in Ho Chi Minh City having a shared interest in education, protection and care for children in Ho Chi Minh City
What we do
green bamboo warm shelter
GREEN BAMBOO WARM SHELTER Founded in 1993 and managed by Ho Chi Minh City Child Welfare Association (HCWA), Green Bamboo Warm Shelter (GBWS) was primarily a club named “Cau Muoi” and has become a shelter since 1998. Every year, GBWS helps hundreds of boy children in street situation.
Little rose warm shelter
LITTLE ROSE WARM SHELTER Founded in 1992 and managed by Ho Chi Minh City Child Welfare Association, Little Rose Warm Shelter (LRWS) provides physical and mental rehabilitation services for girl victims or those at high risks of sexual abuse. The girl beneficiaries of LRWS have the age range of 12-18.
CAu Han project
CAU HAN PROJECT has been providing crucial services in and around District 7 for almost 20 years for some of HCMC’s most vulnerable children. We provide access to education (formal, informal and vocational), support with basic needs (nutritional support, access to healthcare, etc.), and more specifically, we work with marginalized communities – those affected by HIV/AIDS and migrant communities.
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We endeavor to build up a society in which each and every single one of children be a formal member protected, cared, educated and entitled to voice their concerns and their voice must be listened and respected.
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