About Vietnam Program
Volunteering in Vietnam – Ravishing coastlines, emerald-green mountains, bustling cities, outstanding cultural interests.
If you are you thinking of volunteering in Vietnam, you are taking the right decision because this destination has a lot to offer from its ravishing coastlines, emerald-green mountains, bustling cities to outstanding cultural interests. There are various tribal villages to explore, sandy bays to witness, backwaters, reefs and coves of the Island to visit as well as other activities. There is also the privilege of interacting with the local people who, in turn, will appreciate the kind gesture. The impact of the Americans can still be felt as you tour around this country.
Idex began its community development projects in Vietnam in 2014 covering various aspects of the social menace from children to women. Volunteers’ opportunity in Vietnam covers child abuse, the most common social menace in the nation with various reports and practical cases involving about 4.3 million children. These include multiple injuries, severe infection and burning affecting the development and growth of children there. At present, there are no special measures taken to prevent this situation. Volunteers can make significant different in the lives of these kids. Since children contribute to the development of any society, the future of these children has direct effect on Vietnam as a whole. This is why all hands must be on deck to save the children from their present trauma, and give them a future.
They need to be protected and carefully handled as well as given both emotional and financial support. How can all these be realized? Our various programs can answer this question if you choose to volunteer in Vietnam.
Apart from child abuse affecting the children, the women are another set of people facing some challenges such as domestic violence, abuse, trafficking and illiteracy. Volunteering in Vietnam can reduce all these to the barest minimum as various opportunities can be explored to give hope to these women who are looked upon as secondary elements that should not be considered for anything worthwhile in the society.