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Participants’ Projects

PARTICIPANTS' PROJECTS

Founded and operated by our participants, aged 16-20, all ten following fundraising projects aim to donate to social centers, shelters, etc in Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh City. Though recently established, these projects, with substantial effort and endless passion from its organizers, will be fully developed to serve its projected intentions.

IRON Run 2016 aims to bring a new perspective about the disabled and their rights. IRON Run 2016 organizes a marathon and other activities for the disabled to share their experience.

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Nắng project aims toward orofacial cleft children. Nắng‘s activities include Yoga workshops to raise fund and exhibitions with the topic of Smile.

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Papertown aims to improve the community awareness about the environment through protecting trees and forests and to bring the message “A piece of paper means a green forest” to the community. Papertown organizes workshops to train people how to make useful products from paper.

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Twinkle Project aims to create a playground for children aged 4-10 to learn and have fun. Twinkle Project organizes activities like recycling waste paper and reserving old parks.

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AUTISM aims to improve the community’s awareness of autism syndrome and give autistic children chances to integrate with the community. AUTISM organizes fairs for the community and autistic children at specialized schools and shows their daily lives through inspirational movies.

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Bung Camp aims to organize a summer camp for teenagers in Ho Chi Minh City to make them take more care about the community through bonding activities and various challenges.

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Khác Project aims toward children in shelters in Ho Chi Minh City. Khác Project organizes art workshops in 4 days for these children to find their potential in art.

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Journey to the Florid aims to improve Vietnamese youths’ awareness of traditional culture in the hope of preserving and promoting cultural exquisiteness. Journey to the Florid organizes race about culture and talk shows with experts in Vietnamese culture to bring that message to the community.

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iDIY aims to bring art to teenagers, using art as an important resource to nurture their mind. iDIY organizes workshops to teach teenagers how to make handmade products (handbooks, bookmarks,…)

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The Seeds Project aims to bring a friendlier image of animals to teenagers and children in Vietnam. The Seeds Project organizes meetings for children to play with pets, movies about animals, and vegan buffet.

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