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.
For charities like Blue Dragon, the choice between playing it safe and taking risks is a delicate balance.
Desperate to escape the brothel where she was enslaved, Bi was shot through the chest. She survived, but was more determined than ever to be free.
Today’s post is written by Blue Dragon co-CEO Vi Do about his mother, Hien, on the occasion of International Women’s Day.
Growing up in extreme poverty, Boi had never seen a toy before. Now, a simple innovation in his village is making a world of difference to him and his friends.
How does Blue Dragon establish trust with kids who are in ‘survival mode’, dealing with extreme trauma? Co-CEO Vi Do shares his insights in this special guest post.
Two love struck teens were kept in captivity for four long years… but nothing could shatter their dreams.
Tay survived terrible experiences as a homeless teen. Now he faces a stigma that he does not deserve.
Blue Dragon rescued Tan from slavery. A year later, he was on his way to prison for a serious crime.
The new lunar year has arrived: a time of family, traditions, and hopes for the future.
Duy has a heart for adventure and dreams of exploring the world. But at age 12, his travels have led him into serious danger.
For Blue Dragon kids, one night of the year holds a special significance. But it’s not the night itself that matters; it’s why they are there.
If you could change the world by making a single wish, what would you do?