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Come and experience Vietnam
The land of the “Ascending Dragon”
A TREASURE TROVE OF CULTURE
An exotic country full of beautiful natural landscapes as well as bustling cities, Vietnam has been rapidly developing over the past few decades. However, behind the hustle and bustle of the city belies a country with multiple social issues. Only one-third of Vietnamese youths continued their education beyond lower secondary school in 2014. The lack of health information and services deteriorates the health status of Vietnamese youths, especially high-risk groups such as young migrants or drug addicts. Tackle these issues and help Vietnamese youths discover what they can do for their country and take care of their own health while immersing yourself in the rich culture of the Vietnamese.
Your impact in Vietnam
Directly work towards the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Aims to support the young generation of vietnamese in accessing quality education in order to fully develop their potentials such that they can contribute positively back to the country in the future.
Aims to raise awareness for the locals about the huge potential of Vietnam’s economic development, providing a call to action for Vietnam’s younger generations to take a step forward.
Aims to increase awareness among Vietnamese locals about sustainable lifestyles in order to inculcate responsible habits in them.
How it works
Browse through the projects on offer and select one that suits you
Create an account with us and apply for your desired opportunity
Attend an interview for the opportunity and get matched. Our experience managers will provide recommendations.
When you get selected, make a payment and you are ready to go!
[MAY-JUN] Sapa Youth | Sapa
[MAY-JUN] Global Navigator | Ho Chi Minh City
[MAY-JUN] Keep it Beautiful Vietnam | Hanoi
[Flexible] Embrace Vietnam | Tay Ninh
[JUN-JUL] Vietnam Youth Icon | Hanoi
[FLEXIBLE] Green with Fingers | Kon Tum
Through my volunteer experience, I learnt how to work with different people from different cultures. It is quite hard for me to communicate with the Vietnamese people at first due to language barriers. However, I learnt how to think from their perspectives and respect them along my volunteer journey. I also deeply experienced the culture in Vietnam. I helped and assisted the Vietnamese to understand more about the strategic development of businesses and how to really execute those business ideas. I worked with the local NGO to set up businesses in order to provide the locals with necessary resources to earn sustainable profit to support their daily operations.
Jonathon Yeo(NUS) – Exchange to Vietnam