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From Mountains to Minds: A Tale of Hope and Education

In the heart of Hanoi University, a unique project is making a big difference. It’s all about helping kids who live in the faraway and rugged mountains of Vietnam. We’re passionate about being good global citizens and taking on social responsibilities, and this project is where it all comes together. Our main goal? To give kids in these remote areas a shot at a great education, resources, and a brighter future.

What makes our project so cool? Well, for starters, it’s all about answering a big need. See, these mountain areas in Vietnam are far away from everything. They need to have all the stuff they need for a good education. That’s where we come in. We want to help these kids conquer their challenges and discover their potential by giving them the chance to learn. We believe that education is the key to breaking free from the cycle of poverty. And you know what? We’re super pumped about the idea of changing lives and positively impacting these communities.

Here’s how we do it: We collaborate with local organisations, schools, and community leaders in these areas. We work together to figure out exactly what the communities need. This way, our efforts are spot-on, and the locals feel part of the action.

Now, let’s talk money. We get our funds from various places, like fundraisers, generous donations, and grants. We use this money to spruce up the schools in these mountain areas. Our main goal is to build new classrooms, libraries, and cool facilities that make learning fun and safe. We also hand out textbooks, stationery, and tech gadgets to make learning a blast.

We’re not stopping there. We’re on a mission to provide top-notch education. To do that, we organise training for local teachers. Experts from our university and even beyond pitch in to ensure these teachers are excellent. We also get families involved in their kids’ education. It’s all about teamwork and shared responsibility.

But here’s the thing – we can’t do it alone. We need everyone in our university community, from students and teachers to staff, and hopefully spread it to friends worldwide to join in. By working together, we can unlock the full potential of our university and make life better for the kids in Vietnam’s mountainous areas.

Thanh Thai, Faculty of Information Technology

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