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.
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.
Tho quit school and came to the city so he could find a job and send money home. He never expected to be homeless, hungry, and alone on the streets.
There’s not much good to be said about living through a global pandemic, but experiencing such hard times has one silver lining: it brings out the best in us all.
Aged 14, Say lived a simple life in the mountains of northern Vietnam – until the terrifying day her world fell apart at the hands of a human trafficker.
Whether it’s Blue Dragon staff on the streets or people around the world who selflessly send what they can, the goodness of humanity shines through.
A young woman spent half her life in slavery. A young man escaped life on the streets. Both have one more major challenge left to overcome: the pandemic.
Many years ago, Vi was a lonely teen living on the streets of Hanoi. Now, he is a leader on a mission to protect the city’s street kids and keep them safe.
At just 10 years old, Thang has grown up on the streets of Hanoi. But now, his life is taking a turn for the better with a little help from Blue Dragon.
Two teens left their homes wanting to escape poverty and hardship. The dangers that they encountered are a warning to us all and a call for understanding.
Vin committed a terrible crime and received the punishment he deserved. But could this all have been prevented? Read on for the story of a human trafficker and why they’d choose this path.