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.
When you’re in pain
When you think you’ve had enough
Don’t ever give up
– Up and up, Coldplay
Street kids live in constant fear and danger. And for a child like Panh, returning home is not always a lasting solution.
Sold into a forced marriage far from home, Na never expected to be a victim of human trafficking. But in this case, she wasn’t the only victim…
Mai and her little brother and sister have suffered violence at the hands of those who should have protected them. Now they have new friends to look over them wherever they go.
Vi Do left home at age 15 and became a ‘street kid.’ Now he has devoted his life to helping other homeless teens to turn their lives around.
A life of hardship and tragedy could not stop Vy from dreaming that she would one day have a family of her own.
Ending equality between women and men is not about “giving” power to women. International Women’s Day gives us an opportunity to reconsider the misconceptions and stereotypes that abound.
Sometimes it’s hard to see
Who you’re gonna be
So be the young, the brave, the powerful
– James Blunt, “The Greatest”
Every person we meet at Blue Dragon has a unique need to overcome their crisis. So how can we respond and get people’s lives back on track?
Close to Lunar New Year, people trapped in slavery take their life in their hands calling for help to be rescued. Tram is one young woman who took that risk.
Now a young father working hard to raise his son, Bao is a Blue Dragon “old boy.” And he’s facing a new crisis in his life.
Huy survived a year as a street kid and turned his life around against the odds. The COVID crisis means he once again fears for his future.