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The sharing journey


’But the child’s sob curses deeper in the silence than the strong man in his wrath!’ - Elizabeth Barrett Browning


Not all children who are born in this world can have the luxury of love from both mom and dad. Fate put them in life’s tormenting circumstances. There are children born without knowing their parents; all they know is the pictures on the altar. Every day they burn incense for the dead and pray for little things that children would want ‘please bless me with good grades, please give me some crayons so I can color, please give me an eraser…’ or when they miss their parents too much, all they can do is looking up the sky and pray ‘please help me meet my mom; she must be happy up there’- whispered Nguyen Thi My Duyen. There are children whose parents cannot provide them with financial means for study. There are children who are born with birth defects… And the list goes on. They accept their fate and live with it.



These challenges trouble us. Fortunately, from a far away land, C.A.A.A- Sweden heard about us. From 2006, C.A.A.A- Sweden has been collaborated with us to support these children during their study. Every 3 months via Red Cross Danang, a small amount of money is given to each child. The number of sponsored children increases every year. Up to the third quarter of 2014, the program has supported up to 40 children.



Red Cross Danang giving scholarships to children suffering from difficult circumstances, sponsored by C.A.A.A- Sweden on August 14th.

Out of these 40 children, there are those whose circumstances bring tear to our eyes. One week before we organized sponsorship program for the third quarter of 2014-2015, Bach Le Thanh Hau’s mom passed away. The scholarship ceremony felt heavy when we stated the news. This perhaps is the most difficult period in her life. Her father left, her mom passed away; only two small children alone in the household (Hau and her older brother); they depend on the neighbors for every meal. Upon receiving support in the first quarter, the little girl talked to us in tears: ‘I am happy, but I miss my mom. Those social workers told us that they will put us in the orphanage in the near future.’




























Or in another case we have Mai Van Phi (2003). Phi is an orphan. At the moment Phi is living with his grandmother. Phi’s grandma’s health is deteriorating; but due to her love for her grandchildren she collects junk metal day to day to get by. Or whenever she feels better she sells balut to make money.



‘Children will not remember you for the material things you provided but for the feeling that you cherished them’ - Richard L. Evans

Apart from financially supporting the children, some Swedish families also care for them emotionally.


One morning at the end of April 2014, we took Malin’s family to visit Phan Thi Kieu (in Hoa Nhon, Hoa Vang, Danang) - their sponsor child. Kieu all of a sudden was more talkative than usual. She introduced her house to Malin’s family: she had a flock of chickens, she knew how to sing folksongs, her dad had passed away, her mom had to cast brick to make money… Even though Malin herslef was sick during the visit they still spend time to talk to Kieu with love and care. ‘I am very happy!’- said Kieu.




We were also delighted to see Kajsa’s family visit come visit Nguyen Do Luong Y and Nguyen Van Hai Dong (in Khue Trung, Cam Le, Danang) at mid July 2014. The heat of Danang’s midsummer did not dim the siblings’ joy seeing their foster mom. Even though the two did not share the same mother, they live in harmony. With their father passed away and without the care from a mother, they depend on each other.




Even though some families are not able to visit the children in person, they give their care in the form of gifts. We have the case of Bui Minh Phu. Phu is a member of Cotu’s ethnic group ( in Hoa Bac, Hoa Vang, Danang ). We reached Phu’s house at mid noon, during which he was still busy catching fish at the ravine. Upon getting home and receiving his bike, he did spend a long time looking, trying, and taking care of it.




A child living in happiness will find love and beauty.

Despite living in difficulty, the children put their best effort in studying. Some of them have achieved outstanding results for school year 2013-2014. They are Tran Van Nam- a fatherless child living with a mom suffering from fatal disease, currently attending grade 5 of To Hien Thanh primary school and received excellent study result, second place on literary writing contest, third place Creative Software contest, and consolation prize on Handwriting contest; Mai Nhu Ngoc- a fatherless child living in a low income household, received excellent study result, second place on City’s Literature contest; Le Thi Dao- a child with disabled father, living in poor income household, received Bachelor Degree with honors from Hue University of Sciences.



This is a scholarship funded by Swedish benefactors for the children during their study. According to Mr. Phan Ngu Nghia- president of Red Cross Danang- not only does this scholarship hold financial values enabling children to pursue their study, it also establishes the bond between the ones who receive it and the sponsors.  Two parties usually exchange letters, information about the study progress and daily life. There are families who even spend the time visiting the children. In some countries receiving this scholarship, C.A.A.A only gives to those under 18 years old. However, in Vietnam, they will continue to receive scholarship until they complete their apprenticeships, college, and university degrees.


In the near future, Red Cross Danang hopes that families, benefactors… will continue to support more cases. Sharing and caring has the power to bring happiness to children who are not as fortunate in life.


On August 14th, Red Cross Danang gave scholarships funded by C.A.A.A- Sweden to 40 children who achieved outstanding study progress during school year 2013-2014. Mr. Phan Nhu Nghia, President of Red Cross Danang, hoped ‘In this long life journey, you are to continue to face with difficulties and obstacles. But I always hope that you will put your effort in studying, listen to your parents, teachers, and don’t let people down. I also hope that the community and our society accompany these children so that they don’t feel alone in this life.’

Red Cross Da Nang






Trao học bổng cho 40 em học sinh có hoàn cảnh khó khăn

Ngày 14-8, Hội Chữ thập đỏ Đà Nẵng tổ chức trao học bổng của Tổ chức Tất cả vì trẻ em (Thuỵ Điển) tài trợ cho 40 em học sinh mồ côi, có hoàn cảnh đặc biệt khó khăn nhưng đã có thành tích xuất sắc trong học tập trong năm học 2013-2014.

Ông Phan Như Nghĩa, Chủ tịch Hội Chữ thập đỏ thành phố cho biết, trong số 40 em được trao học bổng lần này, có những em đạt thành tích rất tốt như em Trần Văn Nam, mồ côi cha, mẹ bị bệnh hiểm nghèo, học lớp 5 Trường TH Tô Hiến Thành, Ngũ Hành Sơn, đạt học sinh giỏi, giải Nhì thi viết văn, giải Ba phần mềm sáng tạo và giải Khuyến khích viết chữ đẹp cấp quận; em Mai Như Ngọc, mồ côi cha, hộ nghèo, học lớp 9 Trường Lê Thị Hồng Gấm, đạt học sinh giỏi, giải Nhì môn Ngữ văn học sinh giỏi cấp thành phố; em Lê Thị Đào, cha bị khuyết tật, hộ nghèo, tốt nghiệp cử nhân Luật loại giỏi Trường ĐH Khoa Học Huế.

Học bổng do Tổ chức Tất cả vì trẻ em (Thuỵ Điển) trao cho mỗi em 1 suất học bổng 3 triệu đồng (trong đó có 2,4 triệu đồng học bổng và 600 nghìn đồng để mua quần áo mới). Đây là học bổng được huy động từ các nhà hảo tâm tại Thuỵ Điển, bảo trợ, đỡ đầu cho các em trong suốt quá trình học tập. Theo ông Nghĩa, học bổng này không chỉ là sự hỗ trợ tích cực về mặt kinh phí cho các em tiếp tục được đến trường mà còn tạo sự gắn bó giữa người được nhận học bổng và người bảo trợ, hai bên thường xuyên trao đổi thư từ, thông tin về quá trình học tập, đời sống, thậm chí có nhiều nhà bảo trợ đã đến Đà Nẵng thăm gia đình các em. Tại một số nước được nhận học bổng này, Tổ chức Tất cả vì trẻ em chỉ trao cho các em đến khi đủ 18 tuổi, riêng tại Việt Nam, các em học sinh sẽ tiếp tục được nhận học bổng cho đến khi hoàn thành chương trình học nghề, cao đẳng và đại học.

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