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Jeunes Du Mekong & Integration Charity Profile
Association of vulnerable children in Vietnam
I integration is a Swiss Association, based in Geneva whose mission is to make the operation - including the capital - education-related projects for children and young people in particular are at a disadvantage in the Mekong region, Vietnam, in order to promote their integration into society.
. In the field of parallel projects, in close cooperation with local actors, JMI is to raise public awareness and Switzerland to finance its projects are mainly active at any time to take sales activities in Geneva and the surrounding area.
On this site you can see the outline of the program in Vietnam, the next event in Switzerland or photos in the past.
In 1998, a group of friends decided to support humanitarian projects in Vietnam: a clinic set up a group of people from the field, but can not start because of the lack of resources. Enthusiasm and motivation, they quickly found an echo in a circle of friends. Gradually, the audience expanded, the need for an association became apparent.
As a result, the Mekong River Youth Association and the integration (JMI) was founded in April 1999 by Frida Nguyen, Beatrice Delessert, Jaqueline Hofer, Alexandra and Eric Nguyen Pasquier, with a view to Grow up. As a result, the procedure:
1. To support a school for children of eyesight and hearing (the existing, but poverty and extreme poverty, with the minimum cost of living);
2. The medical advice and disadvantaged children;
3. Scholarship Scheme
Was born. At present, individual sponsorship of children and students at the university, as well as the establishment of school libraries in addition to these basic procedures.
Many members of the Association of site visits and personal travel, to improve communication between people working on the basis of these procedures and the association in Switzerland.
Every year, new applications, new projects, we have made in our visit. Our efforts will be to seek diversified funding sources and external financing activity. In 2006, sponsor-funded construction of a school of 150 children in remote areas.