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What is the Vietnam Foundation?

The Vietnam Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of the Vietnamese people through education. Currently, we have offices in Washington, D.C., U.S.A and Hanoi, Vietnam.

What exactly do you do?

We support the Vietnam Open Educational Resources program with a purpose to create an open educational platform where thousands of students, professors, faculty members, and self-learners can access thousands of teaching and learning materials anytime anywhere at no cost. We solicit new partnerships by matching departments at U.S. universities with those in Vietnam. We provide scholarships to underprivileged students, especially blind students to encourage them to be the best in school despite their disabilities.

Who is your leadership team?

The Vietnam Foundation’s leadership team has combined valuable experiences in government, business and non-profit sectors. The team is recognized by the public for its contribution in its profession as well as in the community.

What makes your foundation different from other organization?

The Vietnam Foundation program focuses on technology development, content development and community development. We leverage the technological innovations to ensure that our programs have a broad reach and a high-impact.

Where does your funding come from?

We accept funds from governments, corporations, foundations and individuals. Your donations are important to us. Thank you for your valuable support.


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  "Improving the Lives of the Vietnamese People through Education"
Vietnam: The 8th floor, Newtatco Bld., 21 Lang Ha, Ba Dinh Dist., Hanoi.  Phone: (84) 4-6278-2788 | Fax (84) 4-6278-2785. Email:
USA: National Academies Building 500 Fifth Street NW, Room 570 Washington D.C. 20001. Phone: 202-334-2787