Nguyen Dinh Chieu School For The Blind

Program Overview
Country: Vietnam

Nguyen Dinh Chieu School currently educates approximately 125 children between the ages of eight and sixteen years. Approximately thirty of the children are partly blind while the majority of the students are fully blind. NGOs and the government compensate a staff of 47 members via donations and support. First established by the French in 1926, the school offers boarding facilities and educates students to the standard of primary and secondary education. Students are also taught specific abilities to assist them in coping with their disabilities, and work-related skills, including how to become a masseur/masseuse.  You will tour the facilities and have time to interact with the children.