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Presentation by World Concern on awareness raising on July 13, 2006

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  • -There is still plenty of room for improvement in this type of program. -Determining how to involve PWD as advocates is a significant challenge we desire to see addressed. -Though many of the local communities have pockets of greater awareness. The general population is still largely ignorant of the potential of PWD. -The challenges of working closely with PWD are significant. And if more focused effort is put into helping businesses there could be greater success. EXAMPLE: many business owners still do not understand how to do workplace adaptation for the unique needs of each disabled person. And adaptation is not just physical change but also change in training style, work practices and attitude.

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  • Working in partnership with disadvantaged people and communities to achieve self-sufficiency and economic independence through integrated dev’t and training programs Vietnam: 1992-- (Lai Chau, Ha Tinh, Quang Ngai, Ninh Thuan, Hai Duong, Da Nang, Quang Nam, Ninh Binh, Thai Binh…)
    • A key component of all programs
    Awareness raising activities
    • Objectives :
          • - PWD are enable to address their own vocational, economic and psycho-social needs.
    • PWD profit from meaningful employment & self employment opportunities.
    • Main components:
    • - Awareness raising
    • - Vocational training and employment
    • Supporting network
    • Support policy enforcement
    Adaptive vocational training and employment for young people with disabilities
          • 1998-2005: Hai Duong, Quang Nam, Da Nang 2006-2008: Ninh Binh, Quang Nam
    • Objectives :
    To reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS by empowering vulnerable youth to overcome stigma, gain economic independence and live a full life.
    • Main components:
    - Advocacy, Awareness raising and education - Vocational training and employment - Supportive networks - Capacity building for CBOs, incl. FBOs PATH TO THE FUTURE: Hope for At-Risk Youth in Vietnam
          • 2006-2008: Ninh Binh, Thai Binh
    • WHAT?
    • WHO?
    • WHERE?
    • WHEN?
    • HOW?
    Awareness raising activities
  • AR – who and WHAT?
    • PWD, at-risk youth Psychology, Characters, Abilities and Capacities, Rights and Duties, VT & E, Opportunities for personal development, Policies, etc.
    • Their Families PWD’s Characters and Abilities, VT & E, How to help and support PWD, Policies, etc.
    • Local project staff and WCV staff
    • Businesses PWD’s Psychology, Characters, Abilities and Capacities, How to work with PWD, Businesses’ social responsibilities, Advantages in PWD employment, Policies, etc.
    • Local officials PWD’s Rights, PWD’s Abilities&Capacities, Policies, Local officials’ responsibilities etc.
    • Community: local people, schools , community-based organizations, ect. PWD’s Rights, PWD’s Abilities&Capacities, Social Responsibilities, Policies, etc.
  • AR – where, WHEN, how?
    • WHERE? Home, businesses, schools, offices, community, etc.
    • WHEN? Before, During and After the Project (constancy and consistency)
    • HOW? - Social events: contests, meetings, etc. - Project activities: home and business visits, workshops, training courses, exchange visits, outdoor activities, etc. - Mass media: TV, radio, newspapers (events, articles from local people, etc.) - Pamphlets, case stories, pictures - Cooperation with other organizations:  films, books, articles, etc. …
  • LESSONS LEARNT
    • Mobilize local resources and assets
    • Diversify and combine all types of AR activities in the community
    • Seeing is believing. (One of the most effective ways to improve awareness of the local people: to see and directly communicate with successful PWD and/or at-risk youth in the community.)
    • Words and Deeds Organizational and personal
  • Tæ chøc quan t©m thÕ giíi V¨n phßng Hµ Néi Phßng 202, # 25 Tr­¬ng H¸n Siªu, Hµ néi Tel: (04) 943 9856 / 943 9857 Fax: (04) 943 5094 E-mail: [email_address] V¨n phßng §µ N½ng Sè 2 B5- Khung Héi NghÞ, Lý Tù Träng, Đ µ n½ng Tel: (0511) 530430 Fax: (0511) 531260 E-mail: worldconcern@dng.vnn.vn Website: www.worldconcern.org