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Keep up-to-date with the latest Blue Dragon news.

What happened after the bridge?

What happened after the bridge?

When SBS television’s program Dateline visited Hanoi with Masterchef Adam Liaw in late 2019, Viet and Tuan were living under a bridge. The scene of the two boys sharing about their lives, showing the world where they live, was heartbreaking. But since then, their...

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Music, art and training: an inclusion recipe

Music, art and training: an inclusion recipe

Nestled among mountains and dirt trails, many villages in Dien Bien province remain very much isolated. For children who live in the area, this often means a lack of access to services or to activities they enjoy. This scarcity only worsens when it comes to children...

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The girl who found solace and happiness in art

The girl who found solace and happiness in art

When 'Lien' first met Blue Dragon in 2010, she was barely able to communicate. Born with a hearing impairment and schooled in a system that rarely has the resources to accommodate for children with special needs, she was unable to use sign language. But a lot has...

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Appointment of co-CEO

Appointment of co-CEO

Blue Dragon is pleased to announce the appointment of Skye Maconachie to the newly created role of co-CEO. Skye has a long history at Blue Dragon. She first came as a volunteer in 2003. As a result, she returned many times over the next 12 years, either as a...

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A family in Dien Bien - children in crisis

Dragon Tales June 2020

In this issue: Meet Quy, a toddler who recovered from malnutrition in northern Vietnam, find out about the exciting summer of the Blue Dragon kids, and read about Phuong Phan, who walked 20,000 steps every single day for a month to raise funds for children in crisis.

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