Since 2005, we have partnered with Little Rose Warm Shelter (LRWS) in Saigon with help from Vietnamese and international experts as well as Danish Development Aid Agency (DANIDA).
Since then, the shelter has housed more than 300 girls who have lived at since this shelter has housed more than 800 young girls aged 9-18 years who have either experienced sexual abuse or have been living in high-risk. A maximum of 20 girls can stay at the shelter simultaneously.
Our Capacity-building project works to establish a sustainable, pedagogically adept and financially independent shelter and has specifically focused on:
Our Capacity-building project has also focused on turning the shelter into a resource center for Child Sexual Abuse Prevention and Social & Emotional Learning.
Examples of staff training and improvement of facilities
- reflective information-sharing among staff
- appreciative pedagogy
- narrative report-writing and M&E
- sustainable fundraising, event organising and donor communication (with many thanks to Lin Center and Sunmark.)
- IT room installation and IT training for the girls (with many thanks to Orient Software Development)