Tag Archives: Vietnam

A tiny drop of water
“We are all tiny drops of water in a vast ocean.” That impactful statement was shared by an incredibly...
They’re happy and we know it
Walking into a room with over 150 cheering students isn’t a bad way to start your day. As soon...
Creating safe spaces
The sun rises early in Ho Chi Minh City and with an 11-hour time difference, we were up by...
A creative approach to child rights
Stepping out of the airport your skin immediately feels tacky from the humidity. The drone of motorbike exhaust is...
How we are protecting children’s rights in Vietnam’s schools
In June, the Vietnamese government’s Action Month for Children will focus on: “A healthy, safe life for children in...
Taking giant steps in highlighting children’s rights is what IKEA Foundation and Save the Children are driving in Vietnam
Our day starts off in the bustling Ho Chi Minh City, where even an early start means the tooting...
The Tale of the IWitness Team Meeting and the Birth of GOSIG GOLDEN and his friends
After two intense and emotional days, where we have been meeting many happy, curious and very friendly children, we...
Creating safe spaces for children to speak out
Today we went to visit two secondary schools that are part of the second phase of Save the Children’s...
A warm welcome in a city of contrasts
The IWitness Vietnam Trip launched on Saturday 23 September with IKEA co-workers coming from different places in the UK,...