Aide et Action Vietnam on VTV4 Television

AEA Vietnam invites you to watch the report on “Improving the quality of education of ethnic minority children” by VTV4 in association with AEA Vietnam in Hoa Binh on 30th March 2017. Take a look at 4:50 minutes to have a better understanding of what  AEA Vietnam has done over the time! Thank you for watching and sharing!

In addition to the facilities, AEA project has provided us with a new model and methodology of teaching, as well as supported us in organising extracurricular activities to help student to gain more confidence, thus there is no longer school drop-out in our school,” said Mr. Pham Van Ha -Principal of Doan Ket primary and secondary school, Da Bac district, Hoa Binh province.


According to WB, Vietnam has about 10 million of poor, 60% of them are ethnic minority people. According to WB, by 2030, the rate of poor will increase by 84%. This is the reason why AEA commited to support ethnic minority children.


Ms. Le Thuy Hanh – Head of program, Aide et Action Vietnam. “In fact, these figures say something. This is the inequality in access to education, but there is also an opportunity to improve the public education and social protection systematically to help the poor, especially ethnic minority children so that they can have equal access to a comprehensive education”.

Aide et Action has implemented 20 projects to support education in 5 provinces, including Hoa Binh, Lai Chau, Thai Nguyen, Khanh Hoa, Phu Yen. 63 schools has been benefited from AEA activities and about 25,000 children children enjoy better teaching/learning condition.