Hope School to care for 1,000 Covid-19 orphans through "Patron-parents" Program

Vietnam Women's Union (VWU) and Hope School (under Hope Foundation - FPT Corporation) signed a Memorandum of Cooperation on implementing the "Patron-parents" program on March 15th, 2024.
The Central Vietnam Women’s Union and Hope School delegations

The VWU's "Patron-parents" program mobilizes and connects domestic and foreign organizations, units and individuals to support and nurture disadvantaged Covid-19 orphans (aged under 18) for their comprehensive development.

Ms. Truong Thi Thu Thuy (right) - Head of Family and Social Affairs Department, Central VWU and Ms. Le Thi Chau - Hope School Principal, sign the Memorandum of Cooperation

As per the 5-year Memorandum of Cooperation, Hope School joins the VWU-launched "Patron-parents" program by adopting, boarding, training and caring for up to 1,000 disadvantaged Covid-19 orphans aged 6-18 until adulthood. Both parties agreed to prioritize their well-being, education, and comprehensive development within the family and community environment.

Delegates share more information about the "Patron-parents" Program

According to the Memorandum of Cooperation, for the orphaned children of difficult backgrounds having desire to attend Hope School, the Central Vietnam Women's Union (through local Women’s Union's) will provide support by providing information to and facilitating the school to access eligible students.

Vietnam Women's Union's delegation visits headquarter of FPT Corporation.

Translated by VWU International Relations Dept.