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Onwards and Upwards

It wasn’t too long ago that I was in Hanoi and catching up with Sau and little Nhi. At the time I asked her how her sewing business was going...

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Hoi is Paying it Forward

Hoi was an ACCV student she was also a member of Thanh Tri blind association. She was born in 1983 in a family where she and two of her siblings are blind from birth. They were unable to attend school as nowhere nearby had a school for the blind.

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Dat's Story

Dat is a seven-year-old boy and he lives with his family in a small town in Hung Yen province which is about 60 km from Hanoi City. Both of his parents are farmers, but they do not have much land to grow fruit and rice.

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Workability Conference Thailand Part 4 - A day at the Farm

On our final day we visited a farm where they employ people with disabilities. The car we drove up in is designed for the physically disabled; it has a lift door on the side I have never seen in Vietnam.

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Workability Conference Thailand Part 3 - Gala Dinner

They held a Gala Dinner one evening while we were there. It was beautifully organised; attendees were asked to wear ties and evening dresses. It was a nice chance for Hong and I to dress up. I could see woman were very well dressed; some were wearing the traditional costumes from Thailand, Philippines, China and we chose Ao dai. It felt quite fancy.

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