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Child Development Programme

It is well known that education has the power to break the cycle of poverty and help children realise their dreams. However, there are still many children in Vietnam who have limited educational opportunities and are at risk of leaving school due to poverty and hardships such as health problems and family breakdown.


Thanks to the generous support of our donors, each year SCC’s Child Development Programme provides scholarships to around 2,500 disadvantaged children and young people from kindergarten to university to enable them to continue their education and reach their full potential.


Our scholarship packages differ depending on the level of the student - university students receive assistance to pay tuition fees, whereas school students generally receive school supplies (textbooks, and notebooks), a new school uniform and 10 kg of rice per month during the school year. These packages may be tailored to the needs of individual students, for example, by providing funding for school fees instead of rice.


We apply a holistic approach to support children and young people to stay in education through a system called Community-based Child Development Support Network. This network supports teachers, community leaders and young people to work together at the local level to assess the needs of each individual child and monitor the progress of the students as well as give them relevant support to overcome barriers to their education. This support may range from encouragement and advice, to funding for health care, bicycles or glasses where this is needed.


Our Getting Ready for Work initiative prepares older students with career guidance and skills that they will need for their future careers. The initiative also assists those who have decided to leave school to access vocational training or employment.

Criteria of Selection:

The children are identified and enrolled in our programme through a careful process carried out by SCC and the Community-based Child Development Support Network. Together with the network, we visit each family at home to assess their needs of support and to choose quickly and efficiently, impartially and objectively, the children in the most need. The children do not need to be clever to be chosen nor do they have to pass any test, they are chosen on the basis of:

  • Family’s financial situation (average income is classified as poor or near-poor based on the national poverty line, expenses/debts, possession of assets).
  • Family’s ability to earn, including if any family members have no or limited ability to work due to illness or disabilities.
  • Family circumstances, including whether one or both parents’ have left, passed away or are working far from the child’s home.
  • Lack of/limited support from other NGOs or from the government.

 

 

5 types of Scholarship

School Level Description Costs 2015

Kindergarten

These scholarships provide books, notebooks, uniforms, and art supplies, as well as rice and other nutritional support. Our goal is to meet as many of the children’s needs as possible so that they and their families may better focus on their development.
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$100

Primary / Secondary
These scholarships provide school supplies (textbooks, notebooks, a new school uniform and 10 kg of rice per month during the school year. The package may be tailored to the needs of individual students, for example, by providing funding for school fees instead of rice.
Click here to sponsor a primary/ secondary school child
$100

High school
At the high school level, much more effort is required from the child and the family. There are many difficulties, such as having to travel a far distance to go to school, higher school fees and more expensive study materials, all of which are barriers that keep the children from going to school. The 3 years in high school are the most important period for a child’s higher education in the future.
High school scholars are mainly supported with school supplies, a new school uniform, and school fees.
Click here to sponsor a high school student
$150

Vocational training
The vocational training scholars are supported with funds that can help them with college fees and other things like transport in cases where the local college is many miles from their home, or with lodging so that if the college is too far away for a daily commute, the students can stay in a dormitory near the school. They are also provided with life skills and soft skills training sessions and access to our alumni network.
These scholarships are available only to young people who have previously received a school scholarship from SCC.
Click here to sponsor a vocational training student
$250

University/College
The university/ college scholars are supported with funds that can help them with college fees and other things like transport in cases where the local college is many miles from their home, or with lodging so that if the college is too far away for a daily commute, the students can stay in a dormitory near the school. They are also provided with life skills and soft skills training sessions and access to our alumni network.
These scholarships are available only to young people who have previously received a school scholarship from SCC.
Click here to sponsor an university/college student
$400

 


 

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