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A new Merit-GRACE journey

VietHope successfully gave scholarships for middle and high school students in Can Gio, HCMC and engaged them in the new format for GRACE enrichment activities last Saturday (27 December, 2015). Let see how the Merit-GRACE team did it. It all started with a brain-teasing yet productive night meeting 2 weeks […]


80 freshmen awarded with USP scholarship for 2015-2016

After nearly 3 months of selection via 2 rounds (application form and interview round) #VietHope proudly presented 80 students in Hue, Saigon and CanTho city to receive USP scholarship for the academic year 2015-2016. These new USP recipients instantly showed up their talents and teamwork capability via group presentation and debate. Moreover, there is rising interest in the […]


VietHope on Givology’s blog

Givology is really excited to partner with VietHope. Through a variety of programs, VietHope is making education accessible in rural areas of Vietnam. Today, the organization continues to expand quickly and meet the growing needs of a population who wants to get an education. We’re interviewing Annie Hoang, Director of […]


Education in Vietnam: High scores but low enrollment

The OECD recently released Vietnam’s high PISA scores, but they also highlight underlying drop-out rate problem. The Economist recently reported on the OECD’s results from its Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). Vietnam joined the test for the first time, and scored remarkably well, ranking 17th out of 65 countries, ahead of the US and Britain in Math. Christian Bodewig of […]