Founder's BlogBlue Dragon's founder, Michael Brosowski, shares the lessons he has learned from the children and young people he meets from day to day.
In the face of human trafficking, we must keep hope alive and refuse to give in. Sometimes, that’s very difficult to do.
As a child, PK sold trinkets to tourists on the streets of Hanoi. Now this young woman helps children while Hanoi schools remain closed.
As the world prepares for a season of celebration and gift giving, it’s important to remember those who are left behind.
Dozens of women and girls rescued from slavery in Myanmar have returned to Vietnam on a rescue flight over the weekend.
Just 13 years old, Van Anh’s life was exceptionally harsh. To turn her fortunes around, Blue Dragon called on an entire community for help.
A motorbike accident left Bao destitute. Generosity changed his fortunes, and the recent lockdown was an opportunity to give back.
Luong needed help to go to school. Blue Dragon got involved and gave him a bicycle. Little did we know how much impact it would have…
Two young women were trafficked and sold into captivity. Now that they are home with their families, what does the future hold for them?
Cao was in love. Her boyfriend was everything she had ever dreamed of. But he hid from her a terrible secret: he was a human trafficker.
With lockdowns easing in parts of Vietnam, a new risk is emerging for children and youth. Dinh is one of these kids facing an incredible challenge.
In 2011, Blue Dragon was called on to find and rescue 23 children missing from ethnic minority communities in Vietnam’s northern mountains.
When it’s time to go back to school, Vietnamese children living in extreme poverty are almost always forced to make a momentous decision.