Bac just wanted to find a job. Ever since his father died, life had been hard. Really hard. His mother struggled to feed Bac and his little sister. Every day seemed miserable. So when he heard some neighbors talking about all the great job opportunities in Hanoi,... hello
Before becoming co-CEO at Blue Dragon, Vi Do had various roles within the organisation – including as an outreach worker. Every night, he would walk the streets of Hanoi looking for homeless children in need of a helping hand. Today’s blog shares a recent post... hello
The trafficker thought it would be simple. She knew Chu and Thuan from her village high up in the mountains. She was able to convince them, both women in their early 30s, that they could easily find a job if they went with her. Chu and Thuan wanted nothing more than... hello
In the coming days, Blue Dragon supporters will be receiving an email asking for help. Keep an eye on your inbox. It’s one of these things about working in a non-profit. The work that we do saves lives and transforms communities; but it’s totally dependent on the... hello
WARNING: this post discusses child sexual abuse. Ban is starting a new job this week. Again. His family doesn’t understand why he just can’t stick with anything. He’s a young man now but doesn’t seem interested in getting married or settling down. He doesn’t have any... hello
Walking up the hill toward his family home, Van faced a wave of emotions. After weeks being homeless on the streets of Hanoi, Van longed for the familiarity of home. He finally knew he was safe. Even more than that, he would soon be with his father and uncle, back... hello
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