Keeping the promise of education for all in 2030 is an imperative goal! It’s been three years since 193 heads of state committed to “ensuring access for all to quality education, on an equal footing, and to promote the possibilities of lifelong learning” by 2030. Since then we have had some nice speeches, many promises […]
Aide et Action in Southeast Asia & China
It's our mission to advance the cause of education for all, especially for vulnerable people whose fundamental right to education is either not respected or in jeopardy. In 2015, Aide et Action has supported 226,529 people of which 91,729 are children in Cambodia, China, Laos and Vietnam.
Our goal is to overcome the barriers that stand in the way of access to knowledge and learning in Southeast Asia and China. Currently, we are carrying out 18 projects which all focus on one or more of these 5 themes:
Access and Quality of Education7 projects in Cambodia and Lao PDR. To ease access to education, and bring a pertinent quality response to the educational needs of each person.
Early Childhood Care & Education4 projects in Cambodia, China and Vietnam. To promote physical, psychological, social and cognitive development of children aged 0 to 6 with the family and community constituting the basic framework for child development.
Girls and Women Education3 projects in Cambodia, China and Vietnam. To promote the education of girls and women that can ultimately impact their lives, their leadership, and their socio-economic integration.
Inclusive Education2 projects in Cambodia and Vietnam. To enable the social integration of children with little or no access to quality education because of their socio-economic conditions or disability.
Livelihood Education2 projects in China and Cambodia. To enable young adults to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to live a life of dignity and to take part in their country’s economic development.
Our Latest Blog Posts
Thirty-five-year-old mother-of-three Huang Gui’e, from Fuping Village in Shaanxi Province, China, never received any formal education and has managed to get by on simple manual labor work on a part-time basis. Getting by, however, is not the life she dreams of for her children. Huang recognizes all too well that literacy is essential in building […]
In a remote, rural primary school in north west Vietnam, Mr. Vang Van Hac, a Grade 2 teacher, is running some extracurricular activities for his students. While extracurricular activities might be the norm for students in other parts of the world, for Mr. Hac’s students – who are from the Mong ethnic minority group – […]