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Orphans’ Futures Alliance (OrFA) is a charitable organization focused on providing orphans in Southeast Asia with access to education within their communities. OrFA is based in New York City and is incorporated as a Not-For-Profit Corporation in the State of New York.
Putri Rachmawati is one of participants of ASEAN Adventure Camp by AYFN in Hanoi, Vietnam. She performed a Jaipong dance in front of the students of Hanoi University of Education, Hanoi, Vietnam. She is pursuing an undergraduate degree in the Indonesia University of Education a.k.a UPI Bandung. Good job Putri.
2017 SEJONG UNIVERSITY K-POP ACADEMY IN HANOI, VIETNAM ONLY FOR HANOI SEJONG CENTRE STUDENTS.
Tony Ngo, Everest Education’s Co-Founder and Co-CEO, was one of the distinguished speakers at this year’s TEDx event in Hanoi, Vietnam. In his talk about the future of education, he expressed his thoughts regarding today’s standardized education system in which the one-size-fits-all model is predominantly applied to students, creating an educational environment similar to a factory. However, in the present-day world of increasing global competition and battle for knowledge, is this the proper method that should still be utilized by educators? With the mission to inspire students to possess a lifelong love for learning as well as successfully apply skills learned in the classroom to the real world, Tony Ngo and Everest Education have developed a new model called Personalized Education: giv...
Video shot by Jim Laurie Spring 1985 near Hanoi and in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) Foreign journalists are invited to Vietnam to mark ten years since the 'liberation' of Vietnam. First 3:35 shows a staged military display outside Hanoi. A short sequence then shows the NBC TODAY show at the Doc Lap Palace in Saigon. For the first time US TV channel broadcast live from Vietnam. Finally video shows reporters taken to a model 're-education camp.' Among the journalists seen in this video are Neil Davis, Bill Latch, Lew Simons, and Arthur Lord (please send a note if you recognize others)
MAKING UNIVERSITIES FIT FOR THE ASEAN COMMUNITY: ENHANCING INTERNATIONALISATION THROUGH STUDENT MOBILITY TOOLS THE THIRD SHARE POLICY DIALOGUE IN COOPERATION WITH MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF VIETNAM 8-9 JUNE 2016, HANOI, VIETNAM
Volunteers for Peace Vietnam places approximately 30% of their volunteers teaching English or French in Educational Projects. The aim of the program is to provide an English language speaking environment for children, and to practice and improve their confidence communicating in a foreign language. Nam Trung Yen Secondary School is one of places where VPV volunteers are working in Hanoi. There are also volunteers teaching English and Franch in primary schools, colleges and universities. Here, in this video, you will find the personal impressions and experiences that four volunteers from different countries had in Hanoi teaching English as a volunteers. For more information visit www.vietnamforawhile.wordpress.com
Organized by Access American Education on March 20th, 2016 with the attendance of nearly 50 U.S. Schools. List of schools: 1. American Honors 2. Mercer County Community College, New Jersey 3. Pierce College, WA 4. Navarro College, Texas 5. Ivy Tech Community College, Indiana 6. Jackson College, Michigan 7. Kilgore College, Texas 8. Community College of Philadelphia, PA 9. Lane Community College, Oregon 10. Arizona State University, Arizona 11. Cambridge Education Group, states 12. Millikin University, Illinois 13. University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, WI 14. Temple University, Pennsylvania 15. MCPHS University, Massachusetts 16. University of Cincinnati, Ohio 17. La Salle University, Pennsylvania 18. Utica College, New York 19. UMD – University of Minnesota Duluth, Minnesota 20. Adelphi Un...
BlindLink is a not-for-profit social enterprise providing employment, support, and training opportunities for Vietnamese visually impaired people. Our goal is to provide a sustainable employment for Vietnamese blind massage workers at Omamori Spa chain, where they are real business owners of a safe and comfortable workplace, working for their bright future. As there is a lot of heart and soul in this business, our customers will satisfy with a nice and relaxing massage services and high quality care. Each practitioner has been chosen for their variety of skills, years of experience, and professionalism. In addition, practitioners are required to further their education on a regular basis with continuing education classes. By supporting the blind massage business you are supporting the v...