Purification, restoration and safeguarding of existing sources – drilling of wells.

Construction of showers and latrines in very remote villages.

Most of the men, women and children who live here are still washing in the river or with very dirty water from unfiltered wells or ponds which are real breeding grounds for bacteria.


Construction of two Health Centres.

Babies, children, pregnant women and the elderly are the first victims of contagious diseases and skin infections. Access to healthcare is essential.


Education is an essential pillar for the development of rural areas.

Vietnam surpasses its neighbours with an enrolment rate of almost 92%. Poverty in rural areas nonetheless still forces young people to leave school early at times.

The extension of the primary school in Dak Ro Ong demonstrates our commitment to invest in the education of these rural children who are the key to their future.