Posts Tagged ‘Vietnam’

Community Hope through Education

Post a Comment » Written on January 19th, 2012     
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For many of us, a good education is something that is taken for granted. With the new semester beginning this week (and my stress level rising!), I forget how blessed I am to be able to have such a great

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Building Hope through Education in Vietnam

Post a Comment » Written on June 13th, 2011     
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“Education is all a matter of building bridges”, Ralph Ellison, American Novelist, once wisely wrote. In Vietnam, Covenant World Relief is partnering with South East Asia Relief (SEAR) to provide vocational education to underprivileged adolescents. Through the project, the youth …

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International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day–a day set aside to celebrate women, but to also be mindful of the unique needs of women around the world.  This year is the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day and a day to …

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Meet Youth from Vietnam With a Brighter Future

2 comments Written on November 19th, 2010     
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Covenant World Relief is working in partnership with Southeast Asian Relief (SEAR) to provide vocational training for young men and women in Vietnam. Let’s meet some of them:

Nguyen Pham is 19 years old and lost his father. He is

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