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02/06/2017
The school-based adolescent health promotion in Vietnam project (ADO-VI) started last year in the joint effort of GaneshAID, Vietnam National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology (NIHE) and ASIE. The purpose of this project is to support adolescent health promotion at school in Vietnam. ADO-VI consists in three key components including an e-learning package targeting teachers and adolescents, advocacy and communication, and partnerships for sustainability and scaling up.The project has a non-...
02/06/2017
A new index of childhood experiences around the world could help change the way the American public thinks about foreign aid, its authors hope.The first End of Childhood Index, launched by Save the Children on Wednesday, compares data from 172 countries on indicators such as children’s health, education and protection status.The NGO says these measures demonstrate the extent to which a country’s children get to experience childhood.Children diligently taking notes in a classroom in...
24/12/2016
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2017
04/11/2016
With the fund from ASIE, GaneshAID and the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology (NIHE) Viet Nam has joined organized a consultation workshop on school-based adolescent health promotion project was conducted on November 3rd, 2016.The workshop implemented to gain technical support from key stakeholders in Viet Nam and prepare for the scaling up phase of the project.Participants of the consultation workshop came from Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and Training,...
11/10/2016
MAKONDE, Zimbabwe – Three years ago, Sibongile Majaura was on the cusp of dropping out of school, a misfortune all too familiar to girls in Zimbabwe. But she has defied the odds. With just a little investment and a lot of ingenuity, she was able to start a thriving business and return to school.Now, at only 14 years old, she is excelling in her studies and supporting her family.Today, the International Day of the Girl Child celebrates the power of adolescent girls like Sibongile, whose story...
31/08/2016
As part of its mission to support adolescent health, ASIE has joined hands with Vietnam’s National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology (NIHE) to develop and pilot test the Essential Adolescent Health Promotion Package (ESSAHP) in poor urban areas in Hanoi; The result of this rapid assessment will support a formal project on adolescent health promotion in Vietnam.Adolescents form a large part of the population in Vietnam; in 2014, the adolescent population aged 10–19 made up 15.3% (13.88...
29/07/2016
Some 263 million children and youth are out of school, according to new data from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS). This is equivalent to about a quarter of the population of Europe. The total includes 61 million children of primary school age (6-11 years), 60 million of lower secondary school age (12-14 years), and the first ever estimate of those of upper secondary school age (15-17 years) set at 142 million. These findings are presented in a new paper released jointly by the UNESCO...
25/05/2016
From 17 - 20 May, 2016 ASIE attended the International Art and Charity Event which was held by the Treasures for the Future Association in Paris, France.This event was to support visual artists from around the world, and to help the Ivorian association ASAPSU in the medical support projects focused on local communities.The round table discussions on “Art as Social Practice” was an important part of Treasures for the Future. Participants shared their discussions on the connection of art,...
24/05/2016
ISTANBUL, 23 May 2016 – Global and national organisations today launch a new fund to better coordinate support for, and drive investment in, education for children and youth affected by humanitarian emergencies and protracted crises.Today one in four of the world’s school-aged children – nearly half a billion – live in countries affected by crises. Around 75 million of these children and youth are either already missing out on their education, receiving poor quality schooling or at risk of...
18/05/2016
ASIE is attending the International Art and Charity Event, 2nd edition 2016 from 17 – 20 May 2016. This event is held by Treasures for the Future Association in Paris, France.This event is to support visual artists from around the world, and to help the Ivorian association ASAPSU in the medical support projects focused on local communities.As scheduled, on 20 May 2016, a round table discussion on “Art as Social Practice” will take place as an important part of Treasures for the Future. "...

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