Dragon Tales: Blue Dragon’s newsletter
Dragon Tales April 2017
In this issue: A young girl escaping from a forced marriage in the nick of time, Blue Dragon’s new shelter Brothers House opened, anti-trafficking workshop for students in northern Vietnam and legal registration for over 1,300 children and their family members in central Vietnam! Read more
Every year we watch as the children of Blue Dragon grow. Many of the girls and boys we met and worked with back when we were starting in 2003 are now parents themselves, some with their own businesses and some even living abroad. In 2014-2015, 76 of the Blue Dragon kids studied at university and college. Our organisation, too, grows year by year. While growth is not an end in itself, we find ourselves now able to reach more children in crisis in Vietnam. Read more
Child Labour and Migration: From Hue to Saigon, Vietnam – Monash University, 2014
This study aimed to explore the background and causes leading to child labour migration, the experiences that children have of working as migrants and the process by which they return to their village. Download here.
Guidelines for legal advocacy services for children in conflict with the law
This handbook is based on the experiences of Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation. It is for other NGOs and legal advocacy professionals who work with children who are in conflict with the law in Vietnam. Download here.
Blue Dragon produced this comic book for Vietnamese street kids. It tells the story of a boy who gets into trouble with the law and the consequences. Language: Vietnamese. Download here.
Hoa đến trường
“Hoa goes to school” is a beautifully illustrated comic which tells the story of a young disabled girl who discovers that she too can go to school. Language: Vietnamese. Download here.
Blue Dragon Recipes
Blue Dragon provides a free lunch service to street kids, children with disabilities and children from very poor families. We’ve put together this recipe book of favourites from our kitchen. Read more.
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