Since 2014, Aide et Action International has proactively initiated the “Haven for Migrants Program” in four major cities in India – Chennai, Bhubaneswar, Hyderabad and Madhya Pradesh. With this program, we tackle the serious problems faced by young migrants
The catch-up economic development of Vietnam in recent years does not make a difference for some children in the backward provinces. They are still suffering from severe malnutrition for their parents’ inadequate knowledge of balanced diet and health care for children.
Laos is poor and backward. Because of poverty and the generally low educational level of the population, many parents are reluctant to send their children to school. The local schools are poorly-equipped and the environment is so inadequate that they do not even have clean water and well-trained teachers.
In the 21st century, Cambodia remains one of the poorest countries in Southeast Asia. Children are directly influenced by widespread poverty and the lack of social resources, many are forced onto the streets and are exposed to different threats such as human and drug trafficking, forced prostitution, physical and sexual abuse, drug abuse and chronic malnutrition.