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A Beloved Teacher...

Hai Ba Trung English Class is one of five English classes in the ELITE programme; there are ten students in this class. They all share a passion for learning English as they believe it will open them up to the world. One of our teachers, Colette, is highly regarded by the students; she began in May of this year and in such a short time has become one of the most beloved teachers, they are like a big family.

Colette brings enthusiasm and passion to her classes and the students feel inspired as she teaches them. 

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Duong & Duc Anh's Story

At ACCV we support many children living with chronic illness. Their lives aren't easy by any means but when we are able to support their medical care we see a huge transformation. We are very aware that this would not be possible without the support we receive from you all so we would like to share their stories with you.

Little Duong is only five years old, she and her little brother Duc Anh, aged two, were both born with CAH. A very serious endocrine disease if left untreated. Their parents are rural farmers living in poverty, the chances of them being able to fund medical treatment for two children was completely out of their reach.

And then they were introduced to ACCV...  

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Small steps...

When eight year old Thanh was born, her parents were delighted to be blessed with a beautiful baby girl. This joy was short lived when doctors diagnosed her with Brittle Bone disease.

This was devastating news for her parents. Along with  the worry and concern for their baby’s health they had the very real problem of paying for her medical care. They earned very little as farmers and even with extra jobs off season they had no means to pay the mounting expenses.

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World Humanitarian Day

World Humanitarian Day is a day to pay homage to the people who have given their time and money to tirelessly support human welfare and inspire others to give back.  This year ACCV would like to honour our amazing volunteer teachers who work alongside our staff members, supporting our blind students in our ELITE program.

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Thuong's Brighter Tomorrow

Thuong is 16 years old; he was born in a small, remote village outside of Hanoi. He lives with his two sisters and their parents and they often help them out on their farm. The land has poor soil which means the cultivation of crops involves a lot of hard work for very little return .

When Thuong was only 12 years old he began to get quite sick and deteriorated until he was rushed to the hospital. 

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