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High School Girls Club

In Vietnam, social prejudices and outdated customs in ethnic minority communities, including early marriage, discrimination, human trafficking, and inequality, impede the dreams and aspirations of many ethnic minority girls and women. Numerous female students are forced to halt their education due to unintended early pregnancies, resulting from a lack of knowledge about self-protection. Insufficient awareness of their basic rights further compounds their disadvantages.

The Vietnam Children's Fund partners with schools with a high number of ethnic minority female students to establish after-school clubs. These student-led clubs engage in diverse activities and play a crucial role in equipping female students with essential knowledge in four key skill areas.

• Reproductive health and sexual education
• Financial literacy
• Leadership skills
• Legal rights

Through these efforts, many club members have broadened their knowledge, developed creative thinking, and received support to excel in their studies and pursue their dreams. Beyond imparting knowledge and skills to ethnic minority female students, each club member becomes an agent for spreading innovative and progressive spirits to the local community. They contribute to raising community awareness and play a part in the socio-economic development at the grassroots level.

To implement the program, the Vietnam Children’s Fund has collaborated with sponsors and investors interested in the education sector, investing in infrastructure and content platforms to carry out extracurricular activities. In the future, the program aims to expand the club model to many schools with ethnic minority students to empower more ethnic minority girls to confidently rise and take control of their lives.

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