On Going Programs

  •  02/11/2021 11:14 PM

The beneficiaries of this project is also women, including women with disabilities. They are the ones who have been suffering a lot from the COVID pandemic. Coming to this project, the selected women will be engaged in all steps of the implementation process, including collection of the garbage of coconut shells, cleaning, upcycling them into different products and even selling to the market. Through this project, we want to create more opportunities for more disadvantage women in Central Vietnam to be able to continue working, helping them to solve the basic financial problems due to Covid pandemic. In particularly, we want to empower, inspire them to use their inner strengths to work and from that they will have more power to overcome their challenges. We love to receive support, under any forms, for this project to create more meaningful values for the community, Please Contact us for more enquiries.

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  •  01/07/2021 09:43 PM - 30/12/2021 10:29 PM

These programs will be implemented when emergency situations happen and require material assistance for affected communities, for instance natural disasters, COVID pandemic. It can be goods or money to provide for the people who need external assistance to fulfill their basic needs due to the disasters happen. Prioritized target groups include children, women, the elderly and people living in remoted mountainous areas. Our main supports include: support blanket, basic food for adults and children, help to rebuild houses and restart business for living (adults), study (children) after natural disasters, provide materials for pandemic prevention and disaster risk reduction (example: lifejackets, generators, facemasks, washing hand liquid), provide water filtering system for schools in mountainous areas.

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  •  01/07/2021 09:35 PM - 30/12/2021 10:31 PM

Lying in the tropical monsoon area of the North West Pacific, Vietnam is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world. It is affected by many kinds of natural disasters such as floods, storms, whirlwinds, flash floods, coastline erosion, droughts and landslides. Disasters in Vietnam cause grave impacts to economic sectors, increase poverty, adversely impact individual households and the community as large, cause environmental degradation, and induce serious health problems. Together with relevant stakeholders, CORMIS has been trying to provide technical assistance to local authorities at different at risk provinces, helping them to prepare well to be able to response to natural disasters without much impacts and can recover faster after disasters. Importantly, through our support, we always try to promote the meaningful contribution of ALL in developing resilience towards disasters. Our technical supports include: (1) Capacity building, helping the Disaster Risk Reduction Committees and other related target groups at different levels to make local Inclusive Disaster Prevention Control plan, (2) Supporting the local authority and international organizations to write guidelines/training materials on Inclusive Disaster Prevention & Control, (3) Supporting to write policy brief which is aimed at assisting advocacy efforts for better Disaster Risk Reduction, (4) Supporting to evaluate the current implementation of stakeholders and help to improve through the development of long and short term Disaster Risk Reduction plan at different levels, (5) Training INGO staff to know how to integrate, mainstream topics of integration in their work, (6) Supporting to implement other technical topics related to Disaster Risk Reduction, for example, Early Warning System, developing QGIS hazard map, (7) Support to develop strategy plan and advocacy at national levels

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  •  01/07/2021 03:15 PM - 30/12/2021 02:52 PM

The WHO estimates that about 5000 people commit suicide every year in Vietnam and around 3.564.000 people are suffering from mental disorders, accounting for 4% of the whole population. Shocking data also reveals the extremely stressful reality faced by a particularly vulnerable population, people with disabilities. The Care Ability Program - Building Resiliency through Self and Collective Care has been implemented to contribute in a meaningful way to reduce the stress and improve the quality of life of community, especially the most vulnerable ones including people with disabilities. Our main supports include: provide TRE services for different groups following their needs, including the marginalized people (online & in person); provide training of community TRE facilitators who will become change agents and promote the mental health at community level, provide global certificate trainings for people who want to get specialized trainings... All these activities will be done in collaboration with the trainer team in the Asia region.

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  •  01/07/2021 10:00 AM - 30/12/2021 08:30 PM

Capacity building for Disabled People Organizations, Clubs of Women with disabilities to help them to be able to work independently and effectively. Without proper capacity, they cannot develop, implement and evaluate their implementation strategy which aim to help change the life of people with disabilities at communities. The capacity building also help these organizations to be able to implement effectively the tasks given by the local government. So, it will add their value and improve their active role in contributing to local sustainable development. Our topics of training include: meeting facilitation skill, operation strategy development and implementation, project management, club management, communication campaign, inclusive first aids, English etc…The needs of training will be consulted directly with the Disabled People Organizations before they are implemented to ensure they meet the requirements and solve the problems of Disabled People Organization. Besides the trainings, we have also tried to provide working equipment so that they can apply the knowledge learnt in their daily work

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  •  01/07/2021 08:00 AM - 30/12/2021 07:30 PM
  •   Sơn Trà District, Da Nang, Vietnam

The Upcycling project is created and implemented by CORMIS, the social enterprise Green Youth Collective (GYC) and Sutenainet Japan. This project's key function is to up-cycle used finishing nets from the fisher men, the high quality discarded fabrics from luxury hotels, resorts and tailors into useful products that directly benefit the at-risk communities in Central Vietnam. We aim to educate local youth and women-with-disabilities with entrepreneurial skills that secures income generation; and build community by connecting people and resources into the loop of sustainability. Besides the efforts of upcycling wastes, we have also collaborated with Clothes for Compassion from the Workshop to collect and give used high quality clothes for the poor people who need clothes in many provinces of Vietnam, including Danang, Quang Nam, Lang Son, Son La, Yen Bai Our main supports include: collaborate with partners to study and execute upcycling models using different kinds of wastes, set up and train the upcycling team on the knowledge and skills related to the model of upcycling, upcycle products and find the markets to sell the upcycled products, provide free upcycled products to the marginalized people for instance: hats for patients with cancer, school T-shirt for children living in mountainous areas….

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