In order to better implement the programs empowering disadvantaged youth in Vietnam we have established a new entity, REACH Institute with the details as follows:
– Registration No.: A-2319
– Head Office: No. 25, Alley 58, Vu Trong Phung, Thanh Xuan Trung Ward, Thanh Xuan District, Hanoi city
Mission to youth
To assist disadvantaged youth develop their full potential and improve their living situation.
Mission to Staff
To value all employees and build a dynamic working environment that creates opportunities for staff to contribute and develop professionally.
Mission to Society
To contribute to building a fair and more prosperous community.
1. Research science and implement topics and projects in the field of vocational education, training, and career guidance; research to build a system of teaching materials; apply the results of scientific research in counseling, vocational training, knowledge fostering, improving skills in career and society;
2. Science and technology services: consulting, technology transfer, organizing scientific seminars, disseminating knowledge, and training to improve professional skills in the above research fields;
3. Co-operating with internal and external organizations and individuals for implementing Institute’s duties.
Researching and providing training of soft skills, English, physical education, orientation and mobility, work-related skills for blind people and deaf people.
The opening ceremony of kumquat vocational training course 2021 for visually impaired people
At the ceremony, Mr. Doan Tuan Dung, vice deputy of REACH Institute for research and educational support, shared: “REACH Institute is very happy to be a partner in this project and contribute to supporting the Centre’s training program for the blind. In the past 4 years, REACH has accompanied the Dong Da Blind Association and City Blind Association in the Step Up project, providing the members with vocational courses specializing in soft skills, customer relations, language courses, to navigate and strengthen the visually impaired people’s employment capacity”. READ MORE
Step and Sway Dance Recital
We are extremely proud of seeing the STEP Up project’s visually impaired students who confidently participate in the dancesport competition called “Step and Sway Dance Recital” last weekend.
The contest is organized by the Hanoi Blind Dance Club (SoLaR) with the help and encouragement of the Hanoi Blind Association, REACH Institute, and Mr. Hoa To Van, a National sports dance coach.
With the aim of improving the confidence and skills needed for the visually impaired people, REACH Institute’s STEP UP project is gradually spreading the project not only in Hanoi but also in Da Nang, Hai Duong, and Ho Chi Minh.