Cancel Preloader
A developed rural society with sustainable well-being, environment, ecology, equity and democracy
01

Talking with Children and Children Protection

Introduction The handbook “Talking with Children and Children Protection” was developed by the Center for Rural Development in Central Vietnam (CRD), Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry within the framework of the project “Strengthening the capacity of society civil organizations on child rights governance” funded by Save the Children International in Vietnam. The handbook was […]

12

CRD welcomed Delegation of Save The Children Asia Regional Office to visit and work

On November 28, the Center for Rural Development in Central Vietnam (CRD) welcomed the Delegation of the Save The Children Asia Regional Office to visit and work at the Centre. The meeting were happy to welcome the participants of 13 members of the Save the Children International (SCI), including Mr. Muhammad Hassan Noor Saadi, Regional […]

11

The Spreadlove Festival 2019 in Hue

Thousands of people stopped by the pedestrian street at Chu Van An – Vo Thi Sau crossroads (Hue City). Hundreds of parents and children spent a very nice time together on Saturday night, November 16 on the Spreadlove Festival – Promoting Non-Violent Education with the theme of Love to Combat Violence.  The Festival Organizing Committee […]

09

Full Moon Festival: Spread Love and Responsibility

On September 13, a talking show about family violence and child sexual abuse prevention was happening during the Full Moon Festival at Kim Long ward community house. Nearly 100 children under 16 years old together with their parents came to celebrate the festival and enjoyed lion dance, having fun and singing. In particular, the Festival […]

09

Dissemination of Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Knowledge and Skills

On September 11, 153 students of Huong Phu Primary Schoool (Nam Dong district, Thua Thien Hue province) participated in a meeting about Child Sexual Abuse Prevention co-organized by the Center for Rural Development in Central Vietnam (CRD) and the school. Several activities e.g., drama, quizzes and painting, etc. had brought an interesting and rewarding playground […]