Education sponsorship

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” (Nelson Mandela)

Change the world of Vietnam’s children now!

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In central Vietnam’s Quang Nam province, access to education can be severely limited because families are responsible for the total cost of sending their child to school. Living on just $1-$2 a day, the costs of school fees and supplies are a large financial burden for the families and children often stop attending classes at a young age. The educational structure in Vietnam requires that children attend extra classes during the school year and summer holidays. Students who do not have this extra educational support struggle to achieve sufficient grades to continue their education.

The Children’s Hope in Action Educational Sponsorship program gives the opportunity to children from the poorest families to receive a complete education. We believe that education is the stepping stone to success and provides a path out of poverty.

The sponsorship includes:

  • school fees
  • school supplies, such as books, pens, pencils
  • school and sports uniform, including socks and shoes
  • insurance
  • transportation costs (a bicycle when required)
  • extra classes as needed

In a family of multiple children, sponsoring one child makes a huge difference. The financial burden of the family becomes significantly lighter, and this means the parents are better able to support the other children. Additionally your sponsorship will help to support other children in need in the community. As a sponsor, you will receive an update every six months and receive school reports, so you can see your child’s progress.

How much does it cost to sponsor a child?

Grade 1-12 sponsorship: $360USD /year
Tertiary/University Sponsorship: $1200USD /year
Kindergarten Sponsorship: $1200USD /year *

*In Vietnam, kindergarten is not subsidized by the government, which is why sponsorship fees are substantially higher than grade school.

Payments are preferred yearly, and for a commitment of a minimum of three years. This allows us to provide consistency for the child so he or she can achieve to the fullest potential.

The children below are an example of children you can sponsor. There are many children in need whose futures you can secure by sponsoring them today!

Linh is in 1st grade and his favorite subject is Maths. Linh has a twin brother. They are living with their father and their elder sister. Linh’s mother suffers from mental illness so the father has to work so hard to cover all their basic living expenses.

Linh is in 1st grade and his favorite subject is Maths. Linh has a twin brother. They are living with their father and their elder sister. Linh’s mother suffers from mental illness so the father has to work so hard to cover all their basic living expenses.
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Khang and Truong are the 13 years old twins who are in 7th grade. Their parents got divorce 2 years ago so the mother has to take care of them. Khang also underwent Cardiac surgery when he was two. The mother is working as a local worker with a low income; that’s why it’s quite hard for her to cover all their living cost, especially school fees for her children.

Khang and Truong are the 13 years old twins who are in 7th grade. Their parents got divorce 2 years ago so the mother has to take care of them. Khang also underwent Cardiac surgery when he was two. The mother is working as a local worker with a low income; that’s why it’s quite hard for her to cover all their living cost, especially school fees for her children.
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Trung is a pretty boy who is in 5th grade at the moment. He looks kind and intelligent. With 4 older brothers, Trung is the youngest member of his family. Because of the family’s disadvantaged circumstances, Trung’s brothers left school turn by turn as the family could not afford the education costs.He is the only person in the family who still goes to school. Trung wishes he could go to school and pursue his future dream. sponsor now

Tuan is in 8th grade. The circumstance of Tuan’s family is extremely difficult. His father is blind and has only 1 arm because of the war. The mother has 1 artificial eye and her remaining vision is poor. Tuan’s eldest sister has cerebral palsy, and spends her life sitting in her wheelchair. Fortunately, Tuan and his older brother are still healthy, and they both perform well at school.

Tuan is in 8th grade. The circumstance of Tuan’s family is extremely difficult. His father is blind and has only 1 arm because of the war. The mother has 1 artificial eye and her remaining vision is poor. Tuan’s eldest sister has cerebral palsy, and spends her life sitting in her wheelchair. Fortunately, Tuan and his older brother are still healthy, and they both perform well at school.
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