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Our Work

ND Vietnam

A New Place, A New Way to Help
New Day Vietnam was born out of a desire to expand the mission of New Day Foster Home to the lesser-developed, neighboring countries of southeast Asia. We are basing our first efforts in this region in Ho Chi Minh City in south Vietnam, not far from the southern provinces of China.

Vietnam today is a vibrant, growing country that has made much progress since the conflicts of decades ago. However, there is still significant need in the rural provinces away from the major cities where the development has centered. Vietnam is also a very culturally rich and diverse country with 54 ethnic minorities, most of whom live in these rural areas.

Our first project in Vietnam now underway is providing heart surgery to children from poor families in the Mekong delta, including ethnic minority children only a few short miles from the Cambodian border. We are in discussions now to expand our efforts into other rural locations in south and central Vietnam.  

Looking ahead, our vision is to open a home near our partner hospitals for the children and families to stay when they travel to the ‘big city’ from their rural homes for medical treatment. This will also afford our local staff the opportunity to better minister to the needs of the children and their families.

We are excited about the possibilities before us, and we invite you to join with us as we continue New Day’s “journey of hope” across borders and into new frontiers.

Vinh Long Water Project

Vinh Long Province Social Work Center (government facility) was established in September 1998 to care for and nurture orphans, elderly, homeless, disabled, and mentally handicapped people.

The Center currently cares for 203 beneficiaries- 46 elderly, 23 disabled, 91 mentally handicapped patients, and 43 children

The center uses treated running water that is obtained from the city to help avoid infectious diseases that can be spread through contaminated water. Some of these water-borne diseases are Typhoid, Cholera, Paratyphoid Fever, Dysentery, Jaundice, Amoebiasis and Malaria. Chemicals in the water also have negative effects on health.

The city system is overwhelmed and cannot meet the demand resulting in shortages.

This is an urgent matter, significantly affecting the living conditions of inhabitants of the Vinh Long Center. The water pressure is too weak for

  • Flushing toilets, resulting in unsanitary conditions.
  • Water for food preparation.
  • Water for bathing.
  • Pumping into washing machines to wash clothes; the lack of proper water pressure causes severe damage to the washing machines.

The solution is to build a mini water plant. This will provide the Center with clean water alleviating epidemics caused by unclean water, improving health and quality of life.

The Vinh Long Center Water Project will take 5 months to complete.
Total budget    $38,078
Govt. subsidy   $18,078
Required Aid   $20,000

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