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.
A year-end wedding brought together a crowd of Blue Dragon ‘old boys’, whose journey reminds us that there are always better days to come.
2020 has been an extraordinary year. And because of extraordinary friends around the world, some of Vietnam’s most vulnerable people have made it through safe and well.
“I realized I wanted to help other children who were from difficult backgrounds just like me. I want to bring hope to others the same way Blue Dragon gave me hope.”
After 3 years in slavery and 2 weeks in quarantine, Phuong is finally home. But her hardships are far from over.
It took more than a decade to end child trafficking into sweatshops from central Vietnam. Suddenly, families are once again at risk.
His childhood broken, Tung faced abuse and homelessness… until the day he made the decision that changed his life.
Phuong’s escape from slavery seemed almost impossible. Desperate to get home to a daughter she had last seen as a baby, she was determined to find a way.
After 21 years in slavery, Duong is home. How can anyone survive such an experience?
Dak traveled the length of Vietnam alone at age 13, with nowhere to go and no plan for the future. An encounter on the streets of Hanoi changed his life.
The Blue Dragon kids, along with much of Vietnam and the world, have been through some especially difficult times of late. So this weekend, we took the opportunity to have some fun.
It’s been an especially difficult week in Vietnam, and for Blue Dragon.
The life of Van Ta, Blue Dragon’s extraordinary lawyer who rescues people from slavery, has been depicted in this short animation.