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American University of Science Provides English Education and Medical Aid to Underprivileged Children in Vietnam

The American University of Science (AUS) has undertaken a year-long philanthropic project to significantly impact the lives of underprivileged children in Vietnam. This comprehensive project focuses on providing English language education and medical support to empower these children with the skills and knowledge they need to build a brighter future for themselves.

The American University of Science (AUS), a renowned educational institution, recently concluded a philanthropic project in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, called Hope for the Future: Empowering Underprivileged Children in Vietnam, to provide comprehensive English education and essential medical aid to underprivileged children residing in suburban regions. The project spanned a year and involved AUS's committed students and faculty, who dedicated their time and effort every Saturday for four hours to teach English to children and do other charity work in the area.


This noble initiative was driven by the belief that education is a fundamental right that should be accessible to all, regardless of their background or circumstance. The AUS community recognized the significance of English language proficiency in breaking the cycle of poverty for these children and providing better education and employment prospects.


Apart from English language education, the AUS community also supported medicine, essentials, and free medical consultations by hiring a local doctor. Given the challenges of accessing primary healthcare services in impoverished communities, this was a crucial measure. The medical support provided has played a critical role in ensuring that the health needs of underprivileged children are not neglected.


The AUS community's efforts have undoubtedly made a significant difference in the lives of these children, empowering them with optimism and the possibility of a bright future by equipping them with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed. In addition, the medical support has significantly improved the children's health, enabling them to attend school regularly.


The impact of this project has been immense, not only on the underprivileged children but also on the AUS community itself. The students and faculty members gained valuable teaching experience and a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by underprivileged communities. Through working towards a common goal, the AUS community fostered a sense of teamwork and social responsibility among its members.


In summary, AUS has set an example of how education and community support can make a significant difference in the lives of underprivileged children. By dedicating their time and effort to this project, the AUS community has demonstrated that small actions can lead to significant impacts. Hopefully, this project will encourage others to take similar initiatives and work towards creating a world where everyone has access to primary education and healthcare services.

by Department of External Affairs

March 6, 2023 at 5:00:00 AM


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