LRWS

LITTLE ROSE WARM SHELTER

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Our story

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. They receive rehabilitation services such as: health care, psychological therapy, recreational activities, education, vocational training, job placement, music, painting, life skills, gender education, family visits and family/community reintegration. We keep close relationships with local authorities at different levels as well as build up a network of collaborators with a view to preventing child sexual abuse and child labor exploitation.

During over 25 years, LRWS has made a good effort in contributing to the protection and care of children through its rehabilitation services for girl children in special circumstances. We also conducts public awareness-raising activities related to child sexual abuse prevention (CSAP).

In addition to the rehabilitation services and CSAP, LRWS has a bakery named “Little Rose Bakery” as a fundraising model. Funded by Union Generale des Vietnamiens de France and “The Rights of Underpriviledged Migrant Children in Ho Chi Minh City” project, the bakery is equipped with oven, dough mixer machine, wheat flour rolling machine, dough proofing machine, egg beater machine, table (made of inox steel), sandwich cutting machine, an

Address: 30/31 Lam Van Ben, Tan Kieng Ward, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City.

Project Manager: Ms Nguyen Kim Thien

Phone: (+84) (28) 3872 0308

Email: littlerosestory@gmail.com

Objectives

  • General Objetives
  • Specific Objectives
  • Beneficiaries
  • Key activities

Support girls with special circumstances building a better life.

100% disadvantaged girls living at the Little Rose Warm Shelter are provided with the most substantial services:

  • Basic needs (food, clothes, home0
  • Health care and psychological therapy
  • Formal education, vocational education, and job search
  • Financial support for homecoming and community reintegration

20 girls between the age of 08- 16 with special living conditions.



 



Contact Us

HCWA

Tel : (+84) (28) 3840 1406

Email: hcwa.vn@gmail.com or sponsorshiprelations@hcwa.org.vn

Address: 85/65 Pham Viet Chanh, Ward 19,  Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City.

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