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Plan International has been working to build a better future for children in Vietnam since 1993.
See the impact of our work
My, 17, riding on a crowded bus in Hanoi

Safer buses for girls in Vietnam

We’re working with adolescent girls, bus drivers and ticket inspectors to make buses safe in Hanoi, Vietnam, so girls can travel through the city free from abuse. 

Viet holding up a message: "Differences should not alienate you. Your confidence will lead to success!"

“Differences should not alienate you”

As a victim of bullying and harrassment, Viet is using his personal story to set an example and advocate for the rights of LGBT community members in Hanoi.

Tackling violence in Hanoi schools

Tackling bullying, harassment and violence in Hanoi’s schools

Through campaigns and events, youth from Hanoi are raising their voices and taking a stand against gender-based violence at schools.

Vietnam playgroup

The best start in life

A parent-led playgroup for children's development is having a major impact on parenting habits, influencing everything from family roles and nutrition, to hygiene and communications.

Fulfilling an urgent need for clean water

As dry season approaches Ha Giang mountainous area and water becomes more scarced, students and teachers in a preschool benefit from clean water system supported by Plan International Vietnam.

Overcoming bullying and sexual harassment at school

The success of our Gender Responsive School project has resulted in the Hanoi Department of Education's decision to replicate it across 766 schools in the city. 

Clean water to drink at school

The installation of a water filter system with high capacity of 250 litres per hour means that students at the Sung Tha school no longer have to drink contaminated water.

What it means to 'be a girl'

Through campaigns and events, Lan raises awareness about gender-based violence at school - an issue impacting the lives of many students in Hanoi.

Our results to date
  • 900
    teachers from primary and secondary schools in three provinces trained in climate change education
  • 1,021
    villages (in 73 communes and 18 districts) supported with child protection systems
  • 379
    villages benefited from water and sanitation projects, with 83 declared Open Defecation Free

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Key contacts

Sharon Kane

Country Director, Plan International Vietnam
2nd Floor, Hoa Binh International Towers,
106 Hoang Quoc Viet, Cau Giay district
+84 4 38220661