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Despite significant economic growth in the last decade, Vietnam is still a poor country. Handicapped people and disadvantaged children are still marginalized and abandoned to look after themselves. Illiterate, particularly in countryside, they are reduced to begging in the streets or working in awful conditions in order to survive.
In addition to a roof over their heads, Maison Chance wanted to offer a free education to all those facing disadvantage. This basic education lays the foundation which allows them to access higher education or to engage in vocational training, helping them to gain work.
Confronted by children with troubled backrounds and uncertain futures, Maison Chance attempts to teach as much as possible to its pupils. . In addition to Official curriculum (Vietnamese, mathematics, history, geography and civil education classes), pupils also have computer, music, art, sport and English classes.
A typical day at school
Classes from first grade to 5th grade of primary school are attended by around 175 students in Maison Chance’s school.
Morning classes begin from 7.30 am and break at 11 am. A lunch prepared by the Maison Chance canteen, satisfying their daily nutritional needs, is served before an afternoon nap. Afternoon class are held from 1.30 pm to 4.45 pm.
114 pupils received tuition and passed the exams to be admitted to the higher level. 54 of them received advanced students results, 60 had good results. Two students repeated.
All 28 pupils from grade 5 have successfully received the diploma of completion of primary school. 4 of them achieved excellent results in Vietnamese and Mathematics.
Maison Chance also provides financial support to the most successful students facilitating access to secondary and tertiary level education.
In 2014, 13 beneficiaries living at the shelter are furthering their education outside Maison Chance: 6 are in middle-school, 3 are in the high-school, 3 are elementary and one is studying at college.
For the first time in Maison Chance history, a young beneficiary has been sent to United States to pursue studies in Business Administration.