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Remarkable result of "Child Safety at Home" project - phase 2

After 6 weeks of implementation, "Child Safety at Home" project has had significant impact on SOS Children's Villages Vietnam, proven by detailed numbers.


"Child Safety at Home" is a project launched by the Center for Health Improvement Research (CHIR), in coordination of SOS Children's Villages Vietnam and ASIF Australia Foundation. Through courses, online seminars, building a community to share and provide support tools, the project improves skills in identifying and handling common unsafe incidents in children. This is the second project in the field of health that ASIF accompanies CHIR.

Children taking part in an online class on skills against dangerous situations


Following the success of phase 1, phase 2 of "Child Safety at Home" project has been continued at SOS Children's Villages Vietnam. During the 6 weeks of implementation, objective factors such as negative impacts of COVID-19 and bad weather conditions have directly affected teaching and learning activities. Furthermore, the fear of online learning, unstable internet connections; the problem of arranging class schedules between aunts, mothers and children, etc. are also barriers that students have to overcome.


Despite many obstacles, the project still maintains impressive achievements in its phase 2:

  • Number of performances: Over 100 performances

  • Number of interactions on performances: Nearly 2,900 interactions

  • Total minutes of mental health care: 15,634 minutes

  • Number of participants in phase 2: About 585 people

  • Number of posts in 2 months: Nearly 750 posts #12 new posts daily.

  • Number of people participating in "Child Safety at Home - CHIR" community: 1,500+ people

  • Number of hand-washing practice videos: 130 videos

  • Number of people practicing washing hands: 500 people

  • Number of mask-wearing practice videos: 139 videos

  • Number of people practicing wearing masks: 585 people

  • Number of identified risks: 554 risks

  • Number of 5S-products: 345 5S-products

  • Number of safety situations discussed: 62 safety situations

  • Number of safety ideas for children: 34 ideas

  • Number of family infection control plans: 28 plans

  • Number of posts sharing love and gratitude of children: 70+ posts

and many other posts of women and children sharing their feelings.


Despite many difficulties, aunts, mothers and children participate in all the classes


This result is thanks to the cooperation of mothers, aunts, and children in SOS villages with education staff, to work together to overcome all difficulties. Each individual, each family, and each SOS village participating in the project have enthusiastically supported and encouraged each other to successfully complete the courses. Here are the villages that have achieved outstanding achievements:


1. VILLAGES WITH EXCELLENT ACHIEVEMENTS:
  • Best Village: Dong Hoi SOS Village

  • Village seting a record in 5S practice: Vinh SOS Village (66)

  • Village setting a record for the number of posts sharing about gratitude: Thai Binh SOS Village(35)

  • Village setting a record for the number of musical performances: Dien Bien Phu SOS Village (18)

  • Village with the most records: SOS Dong Hoi village (10 records)

  • Village with the best Core Team in all phases: Dong Hoi SOS Village

2. FAMILIES WITH EXCELLENT ACHIEVEMENTS:
  • Carnations Family - Dong Hoi SOS Village

  • Rose Family - Go Vap SOS Village

  • Dah Duoc flower family - Thai Binh SOS Village

  • Bang Lang Flower Family - Pleiku SOS Village

  • Family No. 9 - Thanh Hoa SOS Village

  • Family No. 2 - Vinh SOS Village

  • Youth dormitory - Hai Phong SOS Village

  • Hoa Mo's family - Viet Tri SOS Village

  • Hoang Mai Family - Hue SOS Village

  • Mother Lo Thi Thanh's family - Dien Bien Phu SOS Village

  • Family No. 5 - Ca Mau SOS Village

  • Kieu Thi Huong's mother's family - Hanoi SOS Village


3. INDIVIDUALS WITH OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Mother Nay H'Kram – Pleiku SOS Village

  • Mother Pham Thi Tuat – Vinh SOS Village

  • Mother Nguyen Thi Hoan – Dien Bien SOS Village

  • Uncle Vu Van Su - Hai Phong SOS Village

  • Mother Truong Cam Tien – Go Vap SOS Village

  • Mother Nguyen Thi Minh Bich – Thanh Hoa SOS Village

  • Mother Nguyen Thi Ngoc - Viet Tri SOS Village

  • Mother Ngo Thi Sinh – Hanoi SOS Village

  • Mother Phan Thi Guong – Dong Hoi SOS Village

  • Mother Pham Thi Hang – Thai Binh SOS Village


Impressive results that "Child Safety at Home" brings


"Child Safety at Home" is a project launched by the Center for Health Improvement Research (CHIR), in coordination with SOS Children's Villages Vietnam, and sponsored by ASIF Australia Foundation. Through courses, online seminars, building a community to share and provide support tools, the project improves skills in identifying and handling common unsafe incidents in children.


In phase 2, the project brought very useful knowledge to all the participants. This is also an opportunity to be closer between members of the same family, between families in the same village, and between SOS villages.


The past 6 weeks has been a solid foundation for aunts, mothers and children in SOS Children's Villages Vietnam to learn skills against dangerous situations that can happen to children in the villages any time, thereby avoiding unfortunate consequences on children's health and lives.


Learn more about CHIR's activities:

Contact CHIR for collaborating: admin@chirvn.org


Learn about ASIF Foundation's projects and activities:

Contact ASIF for a collaboration: contact@asif.foundation




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