Food for Thought: Nutrition and Education for Young Children from Ethnic Minorities

What the situation isIn the mountainous province of Hoa Binh, one household in three is either poor or nearly poor. Among children under 6, the malnutrition rate is one of the highest in Vietnam (25%). Its ethnic minorities, who are the project’s beneficiary population, do not speak Vietnamese. Geographic and linguistic isolation combined with subsistence […]


AEAI and the Cambodian Consortium for Out of School Children (CCOSC) together in NY so all children can thrive

Aide et Action International, as an implementing partner of Education Above All Foundation’s Educate A Child programme in Cambodia, was honoured to be present at the momentous New York event on education last week. Through the Cambodian Consortium for Out-of-School Children (CCOSC) programme, which Aide et Action International leads, we help to address the UN’s Sustainable Development […]

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Hanoi, 19th December – Mother Tongue Based Bilingual Education is the key topic of a workshop entitled “Improving the quality of education for ethnic minority children through language development,” co-organised by Aide et Action Viet Nam (AEA), Consultative Institute for Socio-Economic Development of Rural and Mountainous Areas (CISDOMA) and Vietnam Institute of Educational Sciences (VNIES). […]


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 […]


Action Research on Gender Disparity on Education

-Aide et Action, Lao People’s Democratic Republic-   Lao’s national development plan on education focuses on women empowerment and girl education has made a significant progress. At present, the number of women representing in the parliament is increasing at a significant pace, as does as the number of female students in school, especially in the […]


Quality Education Starts with an Education on Hygiene

-Aide et Action, Cambodia-   In the last few years, the Cambodian education sector has shown positive progress towards reconstruction. If Cambodia wants to achieve the country’s Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 on Education, ensure inclusive and quality education for all, and promote lifelong learning, the government needs to strengthen quality of education. The Royal […]

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