Improve education levels and protect the health and safety of migrant youth in District 7, at the same time train life skills to help them prevent social evils. - Narrow The Gap Community Program
1. Organization introduction
- Name: Ho Chi Minh City Child Welfare Association
- Established year: 1988
- Address: 85/65 Pham Viet Chanh- Ward 19 Binh THanh District
- Representative: Huynh Kiem Tien
- Title: Project Manager

2. Project proposal:
- Implementation period: 11/2014 - 11/2017

Project Beneficiaries:
- Directly: 100 migrant children in 3 wards: Tan Hung, Tan Kieng, and Tan Thuan Tay need to go to school to improve their educational level.
- Indirectly: 500 families and migrant children in the three wards above to raise awareness about reproductive health

Challenges in the beneficiary community:
- Children in school still have many difficulties in dressing and books as well as lack of family attention because parents are busy with their livelihoods.
- Because parents go to work too early, many children go to school with an empty stomach, so many times the children cannot follow lessons, cannot compete with their classmates, while studying, some children faint because of fatigue.

Project activities:
The Cau Han project operating in District 7, its important activity is to help migrant children continue to go to school to improve their education. 
Long-term goal:
Raising the education level and awareness of migrant youth in District 7, helping them know how to prevent social evils.

Short-term goal:
Help children develop physically and mentally, the project will provide lunch for 40 children in the most difficult circumstances. In the afternoon they will study or read books at school.

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