Project Indochina provides education, housing, clean water, sanitation, health care and income generation opportunities to poor and disadvantaged children, their families and communities in Vietnam & Cambodia.
NEWS & INFORMATION
Project Indochina Newsletter
Welcome to the first edition of Project Indochina's quarterly newsletter A New Dawn.
Click here to see the entire Newsletter about our work in Vietnam and Cambodia.
Thanks to Our Volunteers A Determined Girl.
Trung is one of our kids Lien is a 17 year old girl.She
who has cerebral palsy in studies in grade 12 and is the DienTho Rehabilitation center. oldest sister of two siblings.Six
He is now able to walk to years ago, her family experienced
toilet, travel to the center, a lot of hardship. Lien's father
help his mother bring food passed away from stomach
to the farm and go to the cancer. Within one year of his
market without any help. death, her mother developed
a brain tumor. Since then, Lien
has become the sole provider
andbackbone of the family.
COMING SOON .....
- Spotlight on orphanages and poverty tourism
- The legacy of agent orange
- Water quality in Asia - A lethal health hazard
- Low paid industrial workers - Sweat shops or irreplaceable micro ecnomic activity
- Education of ethnic minorities
- Waste water treatment
- Private philanthropy, tourist handouts and street begging
- Volunteering and voluntoursim - motivations, benifits, downsides and outcomes
- Children of the Cambodian saltfields
- Team Quilty - How Lyn and John Quilty brought together family, friends, fewlow parishioners and former students to help the poor of South East Asia
- A Child Protection Policy