Goal of project: Disability Policies Implementation Improved (focused on Physical Access and Healthcare)
Overall Objective: To contribute to the implementation of CRPD and its monitoring and evaluation process in Viet Nam
From 7th February – 17th February 2014, ACDC and York University – Canada coordinated to organize a training programme and came into sight Monitoring Education Rights for Girls with Disabilities in Vietnam (MRGD).
The Project's planned effect on society is improved inclusive education for children with disabilities (CWDs)
The goal of this proposed project is to prevent the violence against women and girls with disabilities (WGWDs) in Tien Hai and Dong Hung district of Thai Binh province by raising WGWDs’ awareness on self-protection and support to improve local public infrastructures for them in their locality.
Ensure reproductive health care for woman with disabilities.
He was so (disabled), how could he do anything? I did everything for him to help save time. I just hope that after I die, his brothers and neighbors will give him some rice or porridge to eat day after day.
The Head of Provincial Project Management Unit (PMU), who is chairman of the Association for the Protection of PWD and Children’s Rights, and Agent Orange Victims, shared his experience working in partnership with USAID-funded Raising Voices, Creating Opportunities (RVCO) Activity.
On July 2, 2021, an online conference on “Sharing Experiences in Implementing Policies for Persons with Disabilities” took place as part of "Raising Voices, Creating Opportunities Project (RVCO)" in Thua Thien Hue Province for the period 2018 - 2021, which is sponsored by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The event was held by RVCO Project Management Unit in coordination with Thua Thien Hue Provincial Organization of Persons with Disabilities and ACDC.
As a timid woman with disability, with her own efforts as well as support of Nghe An Province Association of PWDs and the "Strengthening the Capacity to Respond to Gender-based Violence for Women and Girls with Disabilities in Nghe An Province" project, Hoa has become a confident, enthusiastic and knowledgeable female leader. Let's learn about her journey in which "changes make differences"!
Hearing impairment is a form of invisible disability as it is difficult to see the difference between deaf people and others. That is the reason why the hurdles deaf people face are not properly evaluated and often neglected.
April 17th and 18th, 2021, ACDC in collaboration with Child Fund Vietnam organized two media events on the 18th day of Vietnam Disability Day with the theme "Parents try, good children every day" in Quang Hoa district, Cao Bang province and Na Ai district, Bac Kan province.