Aid Children Without Parents

Aid Children Without Parents

"Aid Children Without Parents" ("ACWP") is a humanitarian non-profit organization for helping Vietnamese orphans and refugees. Established in 1988 by Nguyen Dinh Huu ("Bac Huu").

The Organizations provided assistance for displaced Vietnamese minors in refugee camps throughout Southeast Asia (Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, The Philippines, Singapore and Hong Kong) in the late 1980s. Such assistance included free classes at refugee camps, healthcare services, recreational and youth activities, seasonal celebrations, Christmas festival.

In 1994, the first ACWP office in Vietnam (Hue) was opened for helping repatriated refugee children, who did not not find resettlement in third-party countries and were sent back to Vietnam.

At present (2007), the institution supports the orphaned and needy children [ [ Action To End Exploitation. Partners] ] in the rural and remote areas of Central, Highland and South Vietnam.

In 2005 in partnership with the World Financial Group, ACWP sponsored a $40,000 project for building a dormitory in Hanoi.

In partnership with other agencies the Organization is fighting against the children trafficking in remote areas along the border of Cambodia and southern Vietnam.


* Cattle Raising Program (CRP) - Animal Husbandry Program
* Education Sponsorship (ESP) – Financial Aid from 1st – 12th grades
* New Schools Program (NSP) – Funding School Construction
* Higher Education Program (HEP) - Financial Aid for University level students.
* Corrective Surgery Program (CSP) – Free Corrective Surgery
* Emergency Relief Program (ERP) – Direct Aids to Victims of Natural Disasters
* Mobile Healthcare Program (MHP) – A Mobile Medical Outreach Program
* Vaccination & Hepatitis B Preventive Care (VAKC) – A Vaccination Program
* Vocational Training – Hoa Sua School of Culinary, Hotel & Tourism Hospitality Training Program.
* Saving Children In Crisis (SCIC)– Children Trafficking Prevention & Awareness
* Training Learning Caring Program (TLCP) – An ideas-exchange program to foster awareness and understanding among students from Vietnam and USA.


External links

* [ ACWP Web Page]

This article is related to the List of non-governmental organizations in Vietnam.

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