As Blue Dragon marks #15Years of changing lives, we take you behind the scenes to share some surprising facts you might not know... 1. Blue Dragon was created by a group of Vietnamese and international friends in 2003. But it wasn’t until a year later that Blue Dragon...
The Vietnamese government’s efforts and commitment, as well as the contributions of multilaterals and non-government organisations (NGO) to fight human trafficking, has been remarkable. But how do we end human trafficking in Vietnam?
According to the Vietnamese National Committee for Combatting and Preventing Human Trafficking, each year Vietnam rescues and identifies about 1,000 victims. More than 98% of them are trafficked abroad and up to 90% are trafficked to China for the purpose of sexual or labour exploitation.
In a series of 3 articles Le Thi Hong Luong, Blue Dragon’s Anti-Trafficking Coordinator, discusses the causes of the recent tragedy in Essex, UK, and proposes some solutions.
The first 15 years of our life are a time for childhood. The first 15 years of Blue Dragon have been our formative years as well. We have met many vulnerable youth who were robbed of their own childhood, and we’ve made it our mission to give back those lost years and...
All of us at Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation are deeply saddened to learn of this latest tragic incident, in which 39 people have been found dead in a truck making its way into the UK. Evidently the 39 people were either being smuggled or trafficked to the UK, and...
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Dragon Tales February 2020
In this issue: Meet Han, a trafficked girl who overcame her darkest hour and has now built a bright future for herself