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In the framework of the Distance Support program, the indirect interventions have been involved in the Xin Man district, Ha Giang province with the construction of the concrete embankment in front of the commune’s kindergarten. The commune comprises 356 residents with 110 households. Due to its geographical structure, in recent months, the region has suffered from severe landslides. The external…
“Kinder-garden” is a project focusing on building a vegetable garden in 2 kindergartens in Xin Man district namely Doan Ket and Nam Dan. Xin Man district was among the poor regions in Ha Giang province. As so, access to adequate healthcare and nutrition for children is limited. According to the 2019 data of the district, there are 22% of children…
At this time, in Vietnam, the race against Covid-19 is boosted at its best. Variants of the new virus strain, illegal migration, and large gatherings on festivals are the critical reasons for the exacerbation of the situation in the country. The prevention of Covid is disseminated to each locality, with the hope that Vietnam will return to its daily life…
GTV wants to communicate the new activities with great enthusiasm, starting thanks to the Distance Support program in Ha Giang, a mainly mountainous province located in the extreme north of Vietnam. This area is one of the poorest in the country and within it, there are several ethnic minorities. GTV operates in this province supporting 91 children thanks to the…
Only theories cannot make a true photographer! With that aim, we have concluded the previous five theoretical photographic meetings by a field trip to farms that are part of the Feeding Trento network. During the trip, participants can get a glimpse of various local realities reflecting sustainability issues and enjoy homemade products while practicing their photography skills.Morning tripThe trip was…
One of the main intervention points of the project “ Development of Family Agriculture in Northern Vietnam” is to support the development of family-based agricultural patterns. This was done providing proper equipment, training and farm animals to the families in order to give to them sufficient starting materials.  With this purpose, in December 2019, 30 families of 3 different municipalities…
With the Child Sponsorship Program, GTV provides nearly 100 children living in the poorest areas of Vietnam with the tools to continue school and to grow up more peacefully. In addition to school supplies and the supply of rice, we also make sure that all children are visited once a year by paediatricians or specialist doctors and to follow medical…
In recent weeks strong storms have hit Vietnam causing flooding and many victims in the central provinces of the country: Thua Thien Hue, Quang Tri, Quang Nam, Quang Binh, Ha Tinh. The phenomenon did not affect the Xin Man and Son Dong districts where GTV operates. There have been four extreme weather phenomena in a month and nine since the…
With the “Support for family agriculture” project, GTV aims to contribute to the Objective of Sustainable Development 2 of the Unite Nations “Zero Hunger”, i.e. “End hunger, ensure food security, improve nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture. ” Working in close synergy with the local authorities of Son Dong District in Northern Vietnam, over the past two years various training courses…
In these first few days of September, the situation of infections in Vietnam seems to be under control. The count has stopped for a few days at 1049 cases, 786 cures and 35 deaths (September 7, 2020). link to updates The virus containment rules and the ongoing quarantine system, that allow safe isolation for people most in need of treatment…
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