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Hope For Children Project Report

  2. 2. PHASE 1 REPORT CONTENT I. PROJECT OVERVIEW IV. CHILDREN DEVELOPMENT PROJECT OVERVIEW PROJECT OVERVIEW II. ACHIEVEMENT V. PARTNERSHIP ACHIEVEMENT ACHIEVEMENT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT OVERVIEW III. PROJECT PROGRAMS VI. SUGGESTION PROJECT PROGRAMS PROJECT PROGRAMS OVERVIEW ACHIEVEMENT PROJECT OVERVIEW PROJECT OVERVIEW CHILDREN DEVELOPMENT CHILDREN DEVELOPMENT ACHIEVEMENT PROJECT OVERVIEW PROJECT PROGRAMS ACHIEVEMENT PARTNERSHIP ACHIEVEMENT PARTNERSHIP PROJECT PROGRAMS CHILDREN DEVELOPMENT PROJECT PROGRAMS PROJECT PROGRAMSKEY DIFFERENCE OF AIESEC’S PROJECT SUGGESTION SUGGESTION CHILDREN DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIPThrough our global network, we involve the youth all over the world, and exchange knowledge allows us to utilize global CHILDREN DEVELOPMENT CHILDREN DEVELOPMENTthinking to solve local issues. In this way, upgrade impact we make on society and PARTNERSHIP create learning environment for ourselves. SUGGESTION PARTNERSHIP PARTNERSHIPHOPE FOR CHILDREN PROJECT SUGGESTIONFAITHS FOR BETTER CHILDREN DEVELOPMENT SUGGESTION SUGGESTION The concept of the project was conceived in November 2010, as part of AIESEC in Vietnam’s initiative to clear the gaps between our society and the underprivileged children, help 5,000 children in Ho Chi Minh city region over the next 5 years to have positive mindset, contribute to their development by working directly with children, learning from them to provide children – oriented programs. Phase 1: May 1st – August 31st Target: children at orphanages & shelters Objectives  Provide positive education for underprivileged children  Improve CRS profile for project partner  Contribute to the sustainable development of the Vietnamese society AIESEC in FTU HCMC | HOPE FOR CHILDREN PROJECT
  3. 3. ACHIEVEMENTAfter six months developed and carried the project, we have obtained the initial achievements:NUMBER OF CHILDREN INVOLVED:During the first phase from May to August, 150 children have benefited from project programsand absorbed new technique/ method to improve their own education. In addition, we alsobring new atmosphere in their life this summer when they have new friends, both locals andforeignersNUMBER OF ORPHANAGES/ SPECIAL SCHOOLS:With suitable content, 5 orphanages/ special schools agree to become partners with theprojects:- Green Bamboo- Tan Binh- Sunlight- Maison Chance- Binh TrieuNUMBER OF EVENTS/ WORKSHOPS ORGANIZED:We visit orphanages/ schools and conduct the session every week, we have successfullyorganized 48 events/ workshopsNUMBER OF INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEERS INVOLVED:The project is run with the involvement of 6 foreign volunteers from United States, Canada,Germany, France and Malaysia. They involved in building project programs, interacting with andteaching children, which allow us to utilize their creative thinking and upgrade the impact wemake. PROJECT PROGRAMSIn phase 1, we have developed and carried the project programs as follows to achieve ourgoals:- Buddy program- Smart learning- Positive lifeBUDDY PROGRAMWe divided children into team including 7 – 8 members. They work in team to learn teamworkand support each other. AIESEC in FTU HCMC | HOPE FOR CHILDREN PROJECT
  4. 4. A pair of project team (local and foreigner) was responsible for each team. We close to childrento give them love and care; provide coaching & mentoring for each buddy team, trackingprogress and writing children development report, motivating & giving feedback.SMART LEARNINGProvide children with effective methods and skills for smart learning and improving theirstudying. The smart learning has 7 topics: - Personal goal setting - Setting plan - Effective reading skills - Using mindmap - Concentration ability - Overcoming laziness - How to get good results in examinationPOSITIVE LIFEInspire belief to take ownership of their development. This program include four topics asfollows: - Love to life - Lighten the dreams - Self-esteem - Positive thinking CHILDREN DEVELOPMENTAfter 4 months involved in the project, we are proud to see the children development throughsuch categories as follows:SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Social development focuses on children’s social interactions and relationships with other children and adults in good way such as:  Developing a good understanding of fair play and an understanding of rules moving from sharing when encouraged, to becoming sociable and well balanced and showing a caring attitude towards others  Moving from playing alone in a focused manner to playing cooperatively with other children  Responds to our requests most of the time. AIESEC in FTU HCMC | HOPE FOR CHILDREN PROJECT
  5. 5. Develop cooperative skills/collaborative learning which include helping one another, taking turns and sharing.  Say ‘please’ or ‘thank you’, when reminded.  Participate in group time, most of the time.  Play group games cooperatively with others.  Be willing to take turns.  Interact in a socially appropriate way with other children, as well as visitors.  Participate in cooperative play with small groups.  Exhibit positive interactions in group settings.  Organise a group to participate in games/activities.  Take responsibility for appropriate care of materials  Cooperates with adults’ requests/expectations and demonstrates self-disciplineWELL BEING/ EMOTIONAL DEVELOPEMENT Emotional development is the development of the children’s self-esteem, their feelings and their awareness of the feelings of others as:  Relate warmly and positively to adults and recognise emotion in others  They have learnt how to control their emotions and coping with disappointment  Develop a caring attitude towards others  Show increasing signs of positive interaction in a small group setting  Be willing to take turns and demonstrate appropriate self-control.  Sometimes will have a tantrum when frustrated, but is learning that some behaviour is unacceptable.  Recognise emotion in others.  Show increasing signs of positive interaction in small groups.  Show a caring attitude towards others.  Respect others and values own and others’ achievements.  Be supportive and helpful to others in small groups.  Understand that people have different preferences, views and beliefs and has an understanding of how to appropriately relate to others morally and ethically.ENGLISH SKILLS  Enjoy playing with sounds, words, stories and become more confident with English  They move from using short, simple sentences to speech and comprehension becoming well established.  To being able to talk about the past, present and future, with a good sense of time.  Increase their ability to follow directions/instructions, and how they respond teacher.  Increase their ability to express their feelings, needs, ideas, etc in English more clearly, influent.  Follow simple commands and directions.  Begin to listen to and follow English stories AIESEC in FTU HCMC | HOPE FOR CHILDREN PROJECT
  6. 6.  Use four-word sentences consistently.  Have established speech and comprehension but with some immature pronunciations and unconventional use of grammar.  Ask a variety of questions using the words ‘Who?’, ‘What?’, ‘Where?’, ‘When?’, ‘Why?’, etc.  Sing songs and rhymes.  Speak English in a group and will ask questions. PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENTIn first phase, we have built successfully partnership with these organizations:1. Friend For Street Children (FFSC)Friends For Street Children (FFSC) is based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and operates throughseveral centers located in different parts of the city.It offers basic education to the children of migrants moving in from the countryside to the cityto earn their living. In the FFSC centers, the educational program goes hand-in-hand withrecreational activities and basic health care. The centers also provide vocational trainingcourses, run activities involving the parents of the students and assist them in getting properdocumentation. Up to now, more than a thousand children attend the FFSC programs.What we partner:  Run project at their development center: Binh Trieu  Interns do volunteer work such as i. Teaching at Tu Xuong English Center ii. Work at their office: website development, translation, design… which help our interns experience how professional NGO deal with children issues  Organizing events for children  Running English program at Binh Trieu2. Living Value Education ProgramThe Living Values Education Programme is a partnership amongst educators around the world,supported by UNESCO, and part of a global movement for a culture of peace and non-violence.Currently being implemented in 85 countries, the program helps teachers and parents facilitatechildren and youth exploring universal values that would be present in a better world - co-operation, freedom, happiness, honesty, humility, love, peace, respect, responsibility,simplicity, tolerance and unity.. AIESEC in FTU HCMC | HOPE FOR CHILDREN PROJECT
  7. 7. What we partner:  Get their agreement for training our project members.  They agree to support us to train children on request. 3. Maison Chance Maison Chance became an NGO in 1998 and is officially recognized by the Vietnamese authorities. The center shelters, on average, 50 orphans and disable people. In addition, the Association assists more than 200 underprivileged children who live locally. They receive elementary education on a daily basis, and subsequently are trained to become employees in their workshop. Beside this, the center reaches out to over 500 poverty-stricken people annually. What we partner:  Run project programs at their center  Train children for their special performance to attend Children Festival on December SUGGESTION FOR NEXT PHASE Going through first phase with good points and improving points, we suggest that the project should be carried in the following way for its sustainable development in the future . TO FULFILL CHILDREN’S RIGHT TO EDUCATION, VISION RECREATION, CULTURAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENTMISSION FOR PHASE 2 In ensuring that all efforts are focused on achieving  Provide education for underprivileged children including: the missions highlighted above, all activities must fall within one or more of the following educational English, categories: General knowledge, MISSION EDUCATION PROGRAMS Computer skills ENGLISH GENERAL KNOWLEDGE  Acting as a bridge that brings underprivileged children COMPUTER SKILLS PHASE 2closer to the community RECREATION MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL CUlTURE AIESEC in FTU HCMC | HOPE FOR CHILDREN COUNTRY PRESENTATION FROM INTERNS PROJECT