EDUCATION FOR ETHNIC CHILDREN Vietnam

$100.00

Minh Hung community has opened a residential home for such children to stay and study. Most of them belong to very poor families and some are orphans. They stay at the RNDM residential home in town to attend public primary schools for five years. After school hours, they are tutored in the core subjects, helped to improve in human development, life skills, and faith formation. The Sisters also provide them with a safe and healthy environment to study and grow. These children are also supported with school fees, clothes, food and other facilities.

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The RNDM Sisters continue to recognise the need for educating the ethnic children who live in the remote villages and have no access to schools.

Minh Hung community has opened a residential home for such children to stay and study. Most of them belong to very poor families and some are orphans. They stay at the RNDM residential home in town to attend public primary schools for five years. After school hours, they are tutored in the core subjects, helped to improve in human development, life skills, and faith formation. The Sisters also provide them with a safe and healthy environment to study and grow. These children are also supported with school fees, clothes, food and other facilities.

We request your collaboration in supporting these ethnic children for whom we hope to provide a better future.

Barlow, Shelley

Sr Shelley Barlow

Shelley Barlow was born in seaside Mordialloc in 1941 and grew up in Oakleigh Victoria. Shelley taught at her Alma Mater Sacred Heart Girls’ College Oakleigh, but her teaching, parish and motor mission ministry was mostly in WA. Short-term Ministry in the Philippines, Vietnam and Myanmar was a great joy for her. The heightened experiences of interculturality and finding the face of God in the other, have been bright highlights in her life. Currently Province Vicar she also enjoys pursuing her passion for creation spirituality through retreats and book clubs.