Vietnamese Youth Volunteer Organization

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  • VOLUNTEER IN VIETNAM WITHOUT FEE, MEAL & ACCOMMODATION ARE PROVIDE FOR FREE

    V4D Organization’s Program “Building Capacity for Disadvantaged Youth', over the course of more than 7 years, we have always tried to work as one of the leading non-profit volunteer organizations in Vietnam.
    With a deep belief that education is fundamental to human progress, enabling individuals and communities to acquire skills and knowledge, essential for improving their quality of life. But for disadvantaged youth their access to education is limited.
    We are carrying out this program to give them opportunities to see the bigger picture of life, to realize their own potential, and to help them address the increasing global social, economic and environmental challenges we face.
    Taking part in this program, volunteers are not only help us with many meaningful activities but also you supported by the very helpful and friendly Vietnamese students at the your class, they help you as the little ambassadors of Hanoi to in bringing you a “local breath”, to live in an insight into our culture, tradition and beautiful sight-seeing.
    AT A GLANCE
    Location Hanoi City
    Minimum Program Length One week+. The program we offer can be undertaken on either a short or long term, but you can join our program as little as one week to many weeks (although longer stays are encouraged if possible. A long-term volunteer in this program(longer than six months) will be received amount of $300 per month for pocket money)
    Food Three local meals per day are provide for free
    Accommodation All volunteers will live in V4D House for international volunteers for free
    Work Hours You will work for around 5 hours per day from Monday to Thursday, leaving you long weekends to explore Hanoi and the surrounding areas. You will cooperate other volunteers at the same time to teach together and share classes.
    Daily tasks -Organizing English lessons for rural youth, improving their capacity to use English as an effective tool;
    -Helping organize short- term training courses in English; and
    -Supporting other activities to be realized with students.
    PLEASE VISIT OUR FANPAGE OF PROGRAM TO KNOW WHAT IS HAPPEN WITH PROGRAM’S PAST & CURRENT VOLUNTEERS www.facebook.com/Steps4youth

    Participant fee No fee – You don’t have to pay any fee, but volunteers are responsible for covering all costs associated with their travel to Hanoi, along with medical insurance other costs.
    Volunteers 4 Community Development Organisation
    Website: www.v4d.asia
    Email: v4d.info@gmail.com ruralkid.vietnam@gmail.com
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/v4d.vietnam
    Picasa: https://picasaweb.google.com/100997864551151171367
    Add: House 301, Building A5, Lane 28, Xuan La Street, Tay Ho, Hanoi
    Hotline: +84974 800 359
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Vietnamese Youth Volunteer Organization

  1. 1. Vietnamese Youth Volunteer Organization Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds History and Future
  2. 2. CONTENTS HISTORY & DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL IMPACT FUTURE PLAN Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION Vietnamese Youth Volunteer?1 History and Development?2 Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  4. 4. Vietnamese Youth Volunteer is a non-profit organization with the aim of supporting poor children and disasters’ victims in Vietnam Vietnamese Youth Vounteer?1 Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  5. 5.  Vietnamese Youth Volunteer Organization  Short name: VYV  Slogan: Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds  Foundation Date: 18 April 2006  Members: 300  Cities: Hanoi, Hue, Hochiminh  Support to: Poor children, Disasters’ victims, War’s victims etc.  Website: www.nguoiviettre.org.vn Vietnamese Youth Vounteer?1 Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  6. 6. History and Development?2 Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  7. 7. 300 MEMBERS & VOLUNTEERS History and Development?2 150 60 75 15 150 Northern Vietnam Northern Middle Vietnam Southern Middle Vietnam Southern Vietnam Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  8. 8. President Functional Director PR - Marketing Human Resource Finance Market Director Northern Vietnam Northern Middle Vietnam Southern Middle Vietnam Southern Vietnam Management2 Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  9. 9. Fund- Raising Donate survival tools to poor people and victims Soft skill training to poor pupils and students Charity and cultural events Free education to poor pupils Volunteer Activities2
  10. 10. HISTORY & DEVELOPMENTS • 16 charity events 20072006 2008 2009 2010 • 20 charity events • 5 long- term projects Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds • 15 charity events • 5 long- term projects • 17 charity events • 5 long- term projects • 17 charity events • 5 long- term projects
  11. 11. 2006 • Children’s Day • Mid Autumn Event • VN2015 (UN Millenium Development Goals) • Christmas Event 2007 • Tender Flowers • Christmas Event • Warm Clothes Project • Knowledge Present Project 2008 • Lunar New Year event • Tender Flower • I Have A Dream • Knowledge Present Project 2009 • Rice Day • I Have A Dream 2 • Sustainable Environment Project • Christmas Event • Spring Fair 2010 • Free Education Project • Sustainable Environment Project • Mid Autumn Event • Disaster ’s victims Donation Project SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
  12. 12. UN MDGs (VN2015) VYV supported and co-organized VN2015 in NamDinh city on 16-17 Sept 2006 to find solutions for 8 millennium development goals of United Nations. Special Activities Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  13. 13. VN2015 VYV supported and co-organized VN2015 in HoChiMinh city in 2006 to find solutions for 8 millennium development goals of United Nations. Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  14. 14. VN2015 - VYV supported and co- organized VN2015 in Hue city in 2007 to find solutions for 8 millennium development goals of United Nations. - VYV has been awarded for innovative project “Cleanliness of An Cuu river” Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  15. 15. Christmas Event Organize cultural activities and recreational games for orphans and difficulty children Special Activities Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  16. 16. Christmas Charity Events in • Hanoi: Huu Nghi I orphanage • Hue: Vy Da village children • Hochiminh: Ky Quang pagoda orphanage Christmas Events Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  17. 17. • Time: December 2008 • Place: – DaNang: Christmas gift delivery – HoChiMinh: cultural event and gift to poor pupils in Phu Huu primary school Christmas Event Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  18. 18. Tender Flower Special Project Flower Delivery and Sale to Subscribe Profit for Charity Fund Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  19. 19. March 2007 Northern Vietnam: Flower delivery and sale in Hanoi. Profit is 25% revenue and profit is transferred to charity fund. Northern Middle Vietnam: Flower delivery and sale in Hanoi. Profit is 20% revenue and profit is transferred to charity fund. Tender Flower Project Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  20. 20. Tender Flower Project March 2008 Flower delivery and sale in Hanoi, Hue, HoChiMinh during Women’s Day. Profit is 30% revenue and profit is transferred to charity fund. Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  21. 21. Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds Tender Flower Project November 2008 Flower delivery and sale in Hue, DongNai during Teacher’s Day. Profit is 25% revenue and profit is transferred to charity fund.
  22. 22. HAVE Special Projects Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  23. 23. • Time: March – May 2008 • Place: Hanoi, Vietnam • Support to: – Poor children lived in village near Hong ‘s river, Hanoi – Poor children lived in Dong Xuan market, Hanoi • Organize: – Workshop: Drawing and Photo Shooting – Exhibition: Art sale for charity fund • Results: – Revenue: 5000 USD – Profit: 2500 USD – All profits are transferred to “I Have A Dream” fund for supporting poor children in village near Hong ‘s river and Dong Xuan market, Hanoi I HAVE A DREAM 1 Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  24. 24. I HAVE A DREAM 2 Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds • Time: January – May 2009 • Place: Hanoi, Vietnam • Support to: – Poor children lived in village near Hong ‘s river, Hanoi – Orphans lived in many orphanages Hanoi • Organize: – Workshop: Drawing and Photo Shooting – Exhibition: Art sale for charity fund • Results: – Skill Training: Improve soft and hard skills – Career Orientation: Understand and support scholarship for poor pupils to study in colleges or technical schools
  25. 25. Knowledge Present Special Project Book and Notebook Collection Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  26. 26. • Time: June – September 2008 • Place: Hanoi, Hue, HoChiMinh • Support to: Poor pupils in remote villages in Hue and Tay Ninh • Organize: – Book collection: Hanoi, Hue, HoChiMinh – Donate books, notebooks and study utensils to poor pupils in 2008-2009 school year • Results: – Money: 400-500 USD – Books: 3000 and Notebooks: 2000 Knowledge Present 1 Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  27. 27. Knowledge Present 2 Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds • Time: June – September 2009 • Place: Hanoi, Hue, HoChiMinh • Support to: Poor pupils in remote villages in Hue and Tay Ninh • Organize: – Book collection: Hanoi, Hue, HoChiMinh – Donate books, notebooks and study utensils to poor pupils in 2009-2010 school year • Results: – Money: 1000 USD – Books: 5000 – Notebooks: 5000 – Scholarship: 1000 poor pupils
  28. 28. Organize 100 charity events in 20 cities in Vietanm Support 10000 poor pupils and victims Subscribe and donate 20000 USD together with many clothes, books, living utensils etc. SOCIAL IMPACT Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  29. 29. ACHIEVEMENTS  2009: Vietnamese Youth Volunteer Organization becomes official non-profit organization in Vietnam  2010: VYV president was invited as distinguished member in Vietnamese Youth Congress  2010: VYV was awarded “Most Outstanding NPO” in Vietnam Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  30. 30. PUBLICATIONS 60 written articles about VYV activities from 20 official media and newspapers in Vietnam VYV media channels: Website Forum, Blog Social Networks: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, MySpace Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  31. 31. FUTURE PLAN Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  32. 32. VISION • Becomes a non-government organization (NGO) • Increases to 1000 VYV members/volunteers • Raise fund 15.000 – 20.000 USD per year • Organize 20 charity events and 5 long term social projects per year • Collaborate with other oversea NGOs/NPOs Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  33. 33. • Membership registration through social networks: facebook, myspace, twitter… • Collaborate with volunteers in other NPOs in Vietnam • Collaborate with pupils/students many schools/colleges and expertise in social companies etc. VYV Membership Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  34. 34. VYV Media • Official media/newspapers: organize press conferences in important events and social projects • Online media (forum, blog, website): update social activities frequently. • Social Network (facebook, twitter, myspace…): membership registration, event announcement, information (video, photo etc.) • Oversea Network: expand and collaborate with Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  35. 35. Media: National Television (VTV, VTC, HTV etc.) Newspapers: TuoiTre, TienPhong, ThanhNien, LaoDong, SGGP, Dang Cong San… Online Newspapers: DanTri, Cyworld.vn, VTCNews, Vietnamnet, Thanhniennews, Vnexpress… Social Networks: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, MySpace Forum: TTVNOL, VietAbroader, Student Forum, NPO/NGO Forum … Website: NGO/NPO Forum PR-Marketing: Poster, Banner, Flyers … Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  36. 36. MANAGEMENT • Vertical Management (Functional Management) • Horizontal Management (Market Management) • Teamwork break down structure • Training for new membersNurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  37. 37. TRAINING Skills: Social plan proposal Fund-raising PR-Marketing Social Network Management Volunteer Methods: Training books Training courses (monthly, quarterly, yearly) Training from outside NGO/NPO, companies etc. Training from social congress, seminar, webinar etc. Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  38. 38. Social Plan Proposal • Innovative and unique idea • Long term impact • Leverage human resource and social skills • Fund-raising capabilities • Media plan • Backup plan Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  39. 39. Social Plan Outcomes Social Media Awareness Long term social impact Abundant fund- raising Knowledge improvement Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  40. 40. Social Plan Management • Brainstorm ideas • Investigate society (people, location, time, philanthropist etc.) • Propose social plan • Allocate human resource • Raise fund • Pre-organize event • Invite philanthropists and guests • Organize press conference • Organize social events Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  41. 41. • Call sponsorship • Contact philanthropists in Vietnam and oversea • Donation • Member subscriptions • Collaboration • Auction event • Fair event • Charity commercialization FUND-RAISING Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  42. 42. 2010-2011 Objectives Social charity events: 10 - 15 Long term social projects: 5 Support: 3.000 - 5.000 poor people/victims Charity fund: 10.000 USD Organize a big fund-raising event Collaborate with oversea NGOs/NPOs Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  43. 43. CONTACT • Website: www.nguoiviettre.org.vn • Forum: www.nguoiviettre.org.vn/forum • Social Network: www.facebook.com/nguoiviettre • LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/groups/ Vietnamese-Youth-Volunteer • Email: nvt_vyv@yahoo.com • President: Nguyen Dinh Quy Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds
  44. 44. THANKS TO EVERYBODY FOR MAKING A BETTER LIFE! Nurturing the Vietnamese seeds Looking for COLLABORATIONS!

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