They were sponsored

Each year, Mekong Plus supports children and their families to improve their living conditions.

Scholarships, microcredits, it is thanks to the generosity of our godfathers and godmothers that we have been able to help so many people. Find out below what happened to the people we were able to help!

Mansa

After receiving a scholarship to continue these studies, Mansa just obtained her baccalaureate this month and she has already obtained a job in just 6 days. A big thank you to Alain and Mekong plus who support her.

Oanh

Oanh received a microcredit and obtained a loan to fertilize her vegetable garden and repaid the very high interest rate loan from the unscrupulous lender she had dealt with (paid debt of VND 10 million - +/- 400 €). The family income has improved thanks to the sale of vegetables (about $1/person/day) and there is no longer a worry about the high monthly interest payment. Her two sons at school were awarded scholarships in the 2021-2022 school year to cover their tuition, textbooks and notebooks.

Vanndet

Vanndet is now 15 years old and in grade 9. He is a good student who was 3rd in his class in August 2022. He obtained support from his godmother, for a year, to pay internet fees for his online studies and take new courses. The sponsorship also allowed his mother to obtain a loan to buy a smartphone for him. So he is happy with these supports and he really likes to study on his own at home. In addition to this, Vanndet has created a group of friends and with the teacher to learn online, share knowledge and exercises through social media.

Trương Nguyễn Thanh Tâm

In February, Thinh resumed classes at Phan Thiet University after a long period of online learning due to COVID-19. He was accommodated in the school dormitory to save travel expenses. He completed the final exams and passed his year – congratulations! Thanks to the support of her sponsor and Thien Chi, Thinh was able to cover her school fees. Once again, thank you very much for this kindness!

Minh Thu

In January, Nhung returned to school. She completed the secondary school leaving exams in July. His mother, suffering from heart disease, the family income depends on the daily work of his father. It is unstable and they have encountered a lot of difficulties. Thanks to her godmother who offered her a monthly scholarship, she covered a good part of the important costs of her last year of secondary school. We were continuing to support the family with scholarships for her younger siblings in the next school year.