Sixty six Blue Dragon tertiary scholars took part in a specially designed training course during July to help them prepare for life beyond university. Blue Dragon's tertiary scholars are young adults who received help as children to overcome crisis and disadvantage,...read more
BREAKING: This week, Blue Dragon Children's Foundation has been working with police to rescue Vietnamese women trafficked and sold into sexual slavery in China. Nine women, aged 15-32, have just now crossed the border back into Vietnam and will soon be on their way...read more
Growing up in a mountain village in Vietnam and then sold into China as a bride, 22 year old 'Chi' had never seen the sea before this week. Chi and 29 other survivors of human trafficking, all rescued by Blue Dragon, spent some days by the ocean away from their daily...read more
The girls and boys of Blue Dragon Children's Foundation are the stars of this touching film about life on the streets of Hanoi. Turn the volume up, grab some tissues, and take a look into the gritty reality that street kids face every day. (Massive thanks to film...read more
For children to flourish, they need opportunities to try new things and find their passion. Martial Arts classes are one way for the Blue Dragon girls and boys to push their limits, develop new skills, and let off some steam... all while having a great time!read more
UPDATE: Three months ago, Blue Dragon brought 16 year old 'Dao' and her 15 year old cousin home after they were rescued from slavery by Chinese police. You can see their story here: https://bit.ly/2G4u2wz Now their case has been heard in court, with Blue Dragon...read more
Great news: Blue Dragon has rescued 3 trafficked women aged 17 to 22 and they are now safely back in Vietnam. The young women were trafficked to China and sold as brides earlier this year. Blue Dragon is now seeing them through their first steps to healing and...read more
Savills Vietnam and Blue Dragon Children's Foundation have signed a partnership agreement to support disadvantaged tertiary students through their studies. Savills Vietnam, a leading real estate service provider in Vietnam, has worked with Blue Dragon since 2013 to...read more
One of the greatest challenges facing the police in their fight against human traffickers is sometimes the law itself. As the Tay Ninh police have discovered, if the traffickers are only 'transporting their victims', but haven't actually crossed a border and sold...read more
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Dragon Tales February 2019
In this issue: read about “Toan”, a boy who was living on the streets, and now dreams of becoming a doctor; share your thoughts with us in a quick survey; and see how Blue Dragon is working with authorities to ensure the rights of victims of human trafficking and child abuse!