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As the fourth wave of Covid-19 outbreak appears to have almost all sectors plunge into a set of challenges anew, vulnerable and marginalized communities are again gripped in the myriad burdens of physical and emotional needs to overcome. Indeed, they are to face with risks of having no more access to service delivery due to...
1.Vui’s House – “Improving income and skills of 180 disabled in Ho Chi Minh City”. Nowadays, monthly income of disabled workers is about 2.5 millions VND. However, the statistics is unstable due to the fact that their products are not always qualified enough for sale. In some months, no product leaves the community centers’ shelves,...
On the morning of the 23rd of April 2014, LIN Center invited 15 representatives of organizations that have participated with LIN in the Irish Aid projects to a non-profit morning coffee session with the theme “Governance”, a fairly new topic in the development nonprofit organization. The coffee ceremony is held at a café in district...
The LIN Center for Community Development is calling for proposals from local, not-for-profit organizations (NPOs) who are working to improve access to education on behalf of vulnerable groups located in Ho Chi Minh City or nearby Provinces. This is LIN’s second grant round of 2014 and the fourth time grants are to be focused on...
The training model should be applicable to employees of nonprofit organizations. Here are some questions you can use to solve problems. This is some of the content that was discussed within the framework of the training program, which took place the 9th and 10th of May, at LIN Center for Community Development. With expert coaching...
On the morning of the 23rd of May 2014, ten NPO leaders met at the LIN Center for Community Development, for the meeting of the NPO Leadership Circle. Initiated by LIN, the NPO leadership group is designed to share information and provide training for NPO managers. This meeting’s topic was “Mechanisms for managing decentralized NPO...
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