For the past 30 years, this grassroots effort has lifted over 10,000 people out of poverty, provided children with an education and equipped communities with clean water.
The ripple effect of these projects is huge, and many communities are stronger for it.
Beginning with the MyLai Loan Fund in 1993, our projects in over 30 villages include:
Three 8-room primary schools for MyLai
Scholarships and bicycles for children
Built more than 50 Compassion Houses
Drilling for and bringing water to dozens of villages
Partnering with Vietnamese organizations, including the Women's Union, the Red Cross, and the Vietnamese Association for the victims of Agent Orange
These forage grinding machines provide an efficient way for farmers to use agricultural byproducts to create nutritional feed for their livestock.
Pictured above, Kor woman with her machine.
Phan Van Do, Project Director in Vietnam
To provide food for the children, health care when needed, and access to education. The ripple effect of these projects is huge, and many communities are stronger for it.
Pictured above, Kor woman with Phan Van Do, Project Director in Vietnam