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Partners And Networks


Without the participatory partnership spirit, WWO program in Vietnam would not be able to achieve effectiveness and impact, thus ensuring transitioning of its achievements. We appreciate the effective, professional partnership of: 

  • The Departments of Labor, Invalids and Social affairs from Hanoi, Hung Yen, Vung Tau, Ho Chi Minh city, Vinh Long, An Giang for the well-being and social protection of orphans, at risk children and youth in their localities;
  • The residential care centers/orphanages Ba Vi, Khoai Chau, Vung Tau, Linh Xuan, Tam Binh, Vinh Long;
  • The Center for Social Work with Children in Ho Chi Minh city;
  • An Giang university, represented by the Center for Social Work Research;
  • University of Labor and Social Affairs represented by the Social work Department;
  • Open University in HCMC represented by the Sociology and Social Work Department;
  • The leading universities of Social work, Humanity and Social Sciences across Vietnam;
  • The Vietnam and Provincial Administration of HIV/AIDS Control (VAAC and PAC)



WWO team in Vietnam are grateful to: 

  • The Columbia University, NY medical experts who helped build up medical capacity of the WWO team and the partner staff base;
  • The SeriousFun Children’s Network (previously the Hole in the Wall Association by Paul Newman) who helped us develop the Camp Colors of Love and the leadership team capacity in Vietnam;
  • The TREAT Asia regional network who supported us to develop medical database and research skills in terms of pediatric HIV/AIDS care and treatment;
  • WestCoast Dental;
  • Orphan Impact;
  • Many experts and specialists in Child development, Pediatric care and treatment, Disability from national and international agencies who provided training of trainers and practical subjects to WWO team and its partners.



We are thankful to the continuous support from the following governmental agencies for the operations of our program in Vietnam:

  • The Ministry and Department of Foreign Affairs;
  • Vietnam and provincial unions of friendship organizations (VUFO);
  • The People’s Aid Coordinating committee (PACCOM);
  • The General Departments of Social Protection, Child Care and Child Protection, Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs, Vietnam;
  • And various agencies and institutions that facilitate the WWO Vietnam operations in Vietnam for the well-being of orphans, at risk children and youth in our programs.