ADRA in Vietnam is a non-government organisation which has been active in Vietnam for more than 20 years, implementing over 180 development and relief projects across the country in various sectors. Currently, we are working in Cao Bang, Ha Noi and Tay Ninh with a focus on sustainable livelihoods, health, education, water and sanitation (WASH), climate change and disaster management.
ADRA in Vietnam works with vulnerable communities, especially focusing on ethnic minorities, women, children and people with disabilities so to help improve their opportunities and quality of life. Our programs and activities are implemented through strong partnerships with local authorities and civil society organizations, in order to develop their capacity to achieve long-term sustainable change.
ADRA in Vietnam is part of the global Adventist Development and Relief Agency network, the humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. With a presence in over 120 countries, ADRA seeks to identify and address social injustice and deprivation in developing countries.
At a Glance – ADRA in Vietnam
Year operations began in Vietnam: 1993
Number of projects implemented: over 180 projects in 37 provinces
Current Project Locations: Cao Bang Province, Tay Ninh Province, Ha Noi
Current Focus Areas: Sustainable livelihoods, health, education, water and sanitation, climate change and disaster management.
Key Beneficiaries: Marginalized groups including ethnic minorities, people with disabilities and disadvantaged households.
ADRA’s Identity Statement
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency is a global humanitarian organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church that demonstrates God’s love and compassion.
ADRA works with people in poverty and distress to create positive change and justness through empowering partnerships and responsible action.
ADRA is a professional, learning and efficient network that embodies integrity and transparency. ADRA reaches across boundaries empowering and speaking out for the at-risk and forgotten to achieve measurable, documented, and durable changes in lives and society.
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