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Maison Chance is a springboard for orphans, street children, disadvantaged people and the physically handicapped in Vietnam. The mix of able-bodied and handicapped people, of adults and children living together in a family setting is a unique characteristic of Maison Chance. We provide housing, health care, education and vocational training, and a place where the under-privileged children and the disabled can study and work. It also offers them the means to facilitate their rehabilitation and their reinsertion into social life. At Maison Chance, the saying "Give A Man A Fish, Feed Him for A Day. Teach A Man to Fish, Feed Him for A Lifetime" is practiced every day.

Maison Chance currently has several on-going projects at the following locations: Maison Chance Shelter , Take Wing Center , Village Chance.



Tuesday, 18 March 2014
Here are some pictures of our last trip to Dak Nong. We went to prepare for the construction of a new Maison Chance in this agricultural Read more...
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
Two French volunteers, Elisabeth and Marine, arrived in October 2013 to work at Maison Chance. Elisabeth came for 3 months and Marine for 6 months. Elisabeth is a physiotherapist and Marine is an occupational therapist.   Last February, Elisabeth left Maison Chance to return Read more...
Tuesday, 11 March 2014
Khi tới Việt Nam, nhìn những người khuyết tật bị bỏ rơi, Tim đã quyết định ở lại xây nhà che chở cho hàng trăm số phận bất hạnh suốt 20 năm qua. Cô họa sĩ vẽ tranh bán lấy tiền nuôi người khuyết tật Read more...
Tuesday, 11 February 2014
In the show An Tet Viet, foreigners living and working in Vietnam share their impressions about the Tet festival. This program was made by VTV and broadcasted on the Vietnamese television during the days of the Read more...