Rndm Shelter | Vietnam
Phuoc Long, Binh Phuoc Province
Binh Phuoc is a province in the South East of Vietnam and is also the largest province in the south.
Binh Phuoc is home to 41 ethnic minorities, including the Kinh, Stieng, Khmer, Mnong, Hoa, Tay, Nung ... in which the largest ethnic group is Stieng
The majority of the population in the province is not following any religion. Catholicism has the largest number of followers, followed by Buddhism, Protestantism and Cao Dai.
Phuoc Long is a town in Binh Phuoc province and is about 155 km (96 miles) from Ho Chi Minh city.
There are 2 seasons: the rainy season lasts from May to October, and the dry season lasts from Novemeber to April. The annual average temperature is about 79oF
Rndm Shelter resides at a remote area in Phuoc Long town approximately 45 minutes from the main city
WHO WE HELP
Rndm Shelter is run by five (5) Catholic nuns, who come together to provide shelter, love, and support to many ethnic minorities, migrants, 100 orphaned and underprivileged children, as well as sufferers of leprosy. These ethnic groups and families in the community live out their lives mostly in isolation and receive little assistance from the government and society. Illiteracy rate is high with most people still live below the poverty line, and have very limited access to non-farming activities.
WHAT WE DO
– Building a computer lab for the community
– Computer programs are taught by local teachers from basic to more in-depth knowledge