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Lễ trao Học bổng Đọt Chuối Non lần thứ 16 đã thành công tốt đẹp. Nhiều hình ảnh về những tấm gương vượt khó, hiếu học, hiếu thảo, biết sống nhân ái sẻ chia để lại ấn tượng sâu sắc trong hàng nghìn người dự lễ, và tiếp tục lan tỏa ra cộng đồng xã hội …


How Vietnam opened new doors for deaf children

world bank – NOVEMBER 17, 2022

Portrait of Ly Et
Ly-Et was enrolled in a school accommodating deaf children. The headmaster remembers her arrival.


  • The Quality Improvement of Primary Education for Deaf Children Project developed new sign language gestures and trained deaf teachers, mentors, and caregivers.
  • Expanded sign language facilitated the integration of deaf children in Vietnam into the mainstream and special education.
  • The success of the project makes it suitable for expansion around the country and to older students.

Lo Mu Du Ly-Et was born in 2010 to deaf parents belonging to the Cil (K’ho) ethnic group in the central highland province of Lam Dong in Vietnam.  Ly-Et’s parents’ deafness was considered a burden to their families, but they overcame that stigma, raised a family together, and wanted their child to have opportunities that had been unavailable to them.  

Đọc tiếp How Vietnam opened new doors for deaf children

List of 104 students excellent in studying and filial piety, honored at the 16th Đọt Chuối Non Scholarship award ceremony


After nearly 2 months of preparation, in collaboration with the Department of Education & Training of the province to review and evaluate the records of studious and filial students nominated by schools and the Department of Education of many districts in Dak Lak province. , Dak Lak Tu Tam Association approved the list of 104 students honored in the 16th Dot Chuoi Non Scholarship award ceremony, held at Luong The Vinh Secondary School (No. 02 Nguyen Huu Tho, Tan Loi Ward, City). Buon Ma Thuot), taking place from 7 am to 9 am, Monday, January 9, is the Vietnamese Student-Student Day in 2023.

Dispatch notification between Association, Department and related units about the nomination of studious and filial students.

The total value of the Dot Chuoi Non scholarship awarded for the 16th time is 320 million VND. With 104 studious and filial students honored in the upcoming ceremony, Tu Tam Association in Dak Lak will award 10 Special scholarships, each of 5 million VND; 84 scholarships to overcome difficulties, 3 million VND each; 10 students received bicycles. The Organizing Committee of the Ceremony arranged a quick breakfast corner in the Green Library space of the school, welcoming delegations of teachers and students from remote and remote districts who had to get up very early to go to the street to attend the ceremony.

Thousands of students, guests, and delegates attended the ceremony with a small gift with deep meaning, the book Promotion of Study by Fukuzawa Yukichi, copyrighted by the Chairman of Trung Nguyen Legend Corporation, translated from Japanese, print gift.  

This is a List of 104 poor students who are filial and filial who were honored, received scholarships and bicycles at the 16th Young Banana Dot Scholarship Award Ceremony. Tu Tam Association in Dak Lak respectfully invites the delegations to carefully prepare for the event. they go and return safely, come to the ceremony at the right place and time. Students from different ethnic groups are encouraged to wear their national costumes, if any.

Photos from the field trip of Tu Tam Association in Dak Lak, and sent back from schools in remote areas, show that most of the poor, studious and filial students nominated this time are in extremely difficult circumstances. towel. Many children are orphans of both parents and have to study and work to support themselves. Many children with birth defects and serious diseases still try to get along and study well. There are female students up to 26km from the school who still go home 2 times a day with an old motorbike, stay in town to work until late at night to finish work, to have money to pay school fees for the 12th grade year…

It is expected that in 2023, the Dak Lak Tu Tam Association will mobilize the community, together with the organization GIVE.Asia to help many poor and studious students living in extremely difficult circumstances, children suffering from diseases that need to be treated, but for a long time. Today, due to the poverty of the family, they have not been trained to improve their physical condition, and have not been taken to the doctor for examination, treatment and surgery . Let’s help them have a better life. 

                                      Dak Lak Tu Tam Association

A Vietnamese deaf teacher’s story sheds light on overcoming barriers to integrate into society

World Bank Group – APRIL 13, 2021

[The clip Ngoc Anh say about her story here]

Born deaf, growing up with linguistic barriers, and as a result, a sense of isolation and loneliness, Nguyen Thi Ngoc Anh didn’t give up. Instead she rose to the challenge and became a primary education teacher – and a fighter for a future without language barriers where deaf children can develop equally to those who can hear.

Đọc tiếp A Vietnamese deaf teacher’s story sheds light on overcoming barriers to integrate into society

Together, let’s turn where we live into the land of love


(The opening speech of the Winter Warm Love Music Night, by the Chairman of Tu Tam Association in Dak Lak) 

First of all, I would like to express the deep gratitude of the Dak Lak Tu Tam Association to all the sponsors and companions who have enthusiastically supported us to carry out many charitable activities, in many years. past year.

Writer Victor Hugo once said, “There is only one thing in this world that we must bow our heads to: talent; And there is only one thing that we have to respect on our knees: kindness! “.

At this Music Night, we have the opportunity to meet people who have both Kindness and Talent. That is positive energy, happiness.

We all know: Dak Lak Tu Tam Association was formed from the process of organizing dozens of charity action programs over the past 3 years, bringing many useful values ​​to the social community of the Dak Lak Tu Tam Friends Group.

Since the beginning of 2020, when the Covid-19 pandemic began to appear in many provinces and cities, then gradually spread to Dak Lak, the public trusted and called on us to mobilize community resources for charity. I established the Tu Tam Friends Group in Dak Lak, continuously organizing programs to contribute to the government and people, to help provinces fight the Covid-19 epidemic. Typically, more than 10 programs gather resources to support the frontline, support remote areas, support the health, education, farmers, agriculture and rural sectors, help villages fight the epidemic, help people back home etc…

In particular, the program “For the people in flood areas” with a music night held on the evening of November 29, 2020, was attended by provincial leaders and many sponsors, making the first contribution, such as Mr. Bui Van Cuong – Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee (now General Secretary of the National Assembly, Chairman of the Office of the National Assembly), Mr. Y Bier Nie – Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People’s Council. From the Music Night to the end of gift giving in January 2021, the program has been supported by more than 780 million VND from many benefactors; have given people in flood areas many valuable raft beds for long-term use.

The program “Donating gifts to support the fight against Covid-19 in Dak Lak province” in just 5 days from July 21 to July 27, 2021 has raised a total value of money and gifts of more than 430 million VND;

The program “Dak Lak agricultural products exchange medical supplies to fight Covid-19”, in July and August 2021, sold nearly 2 billion dong of fruit to gardeners, and received more than 300 million dong to buy supplies. anti-epidemic medical equipment and many other essential items to donate to anti-epidemic forces and poor people in remote areas.

The program “Helping people return home in just 2 weeks” has promptly provided about 20,000 valuable meals for tens of thousands of hungry people who have traveled long distances from Ho Chi Minh City to their hometown to avoid the epidemic.

With these charity programs, Tu Tam Group has mobilized and given a total amount of money, gifts and medical supplies worth more than 7 billion VND. But more precious than material values, is the value of educating people to love people, patriotism, love people, spreading the sense of companionship with authorities at all levels to protect peace for society and the country.  

The fact that Dak Lak Tu Tam Association is recognized by the government as the legality helps the Association to organize many effective charity programs, and has more conditions to publicize and transparently all necessary information in a professional manner.

May 12, 2022 The 1st Congress. Since then, more than 6 months have passed, but Tu Tam Association in Dak Lak has quickly implemented many charity activities with good results.

Including coordinating with the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism to organize a Music Night Miracle from the Heart, contributing additional revenue to build a group of poor women who work in brocade weaving, but have no seat for safe weaving. Toan, in H’Ra Ea H’Ning village, Dray B’hang commune, Cu Kuin district, a long house on stilts worth 300 million VND. Recently, the Association returned to visit, glad to see that the sisters received many textile orders, their income was much better than before. Poor traders are also very proud to have this stilt house to welcome tourists, display and sell handicraft products.

The association has spent nearly 200 million VND to organize swimming and drowning prevention courses for more than 300 children. Giving mid-autumn gifts to children with disabilities, hundreds of poor children living in remote areas in Dormitory 115, and the Department of Education giving textbooks to schools that lack books.

The Association has implemented the TreeBank program – Tree Bank, donated more than 11,300 trees and fruit trees worth more than 400 million VND to farmers in poor districts and communes.

The Association has re-surveyed the most successful Rice Cooker with Meat in the Central Highlands, in the poor Po To commune, Ia Pa district, Gia Lai province, to prepare to coordinate with the Department of Education and Training to organize similar kitchens in the coming years.

The Association is reviewing the dossiers of the 16th Dot Chuoi Non-Study Scholarship, which will be awarded on the morning of January 9, 2023, which is the upcoming Vietnamese Student-Student Day. The total value of this scholarship is 320 million VND, excluding the organization work and the gifts attached to the scholarship.

With so many things, where does the Association mobilize its resources?

The association has just organized an online auction of 5 artworks donated by 4 artists and cultural researchers. The benefactors bought works and transferred to support the Association a total of 245 million VND from this auction.

Of course, the need for the Association’s funds to ensure stable operation is much more than that.

The Association’s website, an information page that can be read in 20 popular languages ​​around the world, with many articles, reports, and youtube links vividly describing the charity programs that the Association continuously deploys, has It is clear that all activities of the Association ensure the principles of voluntary, publicity, transparency, non-profit, non-political, spreading goodness, promoting good things for society to become more united and human. love, progress, civilization.

Even the way to choose the official public account of the Association, also shows that clearly. The account name is Hoi Tu Tam Dak Lak, very easy to remember. The account number is easier to remember, consisting of only 4 numbers, 4701. Everyone knows that 47 is the first 2 numbers in the license plate of Dak Lak province; 01 is the first charity in Dak Lak province to get account numbers from this public and transparent automated technology app.

Recently, the Association has successfully connected with Give.asia – a fundraising platform established in Singapore since 2009, built and developed to connect benefactors and organizations around the world with the mission. join hands to help disadvantaged people and social activities. Give.Asia is currently operating in Asian countries such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines, Malaysia and October 2019 has officially launched in Vietnam to connect philanthropists and more than 30 hospitals and organizations from good throughout the country.

Attending the Music Night today, there were representatives of GIVE.Asia in Vietnam, Mr. Vu Xuan Thanh and his associates.

Tomorrow morning, Mr. Thanh will join the Association to survey the reality of remote villages, to launch the first campaign with Tu Tam Association in Dak Lak, to support milk for poor malnourished children in Dak Lak. several billion dong in the next year.

The association is striving to build a charity fund named Tu Tam Fund in Dak Lak in 2023. According to Decree 93, the provincial charity fund needs at least 1.3 billion dong as a deposit. Understanding the meaning and value of the establishment of this Fund, Trung Nguyen Legend Group sponsored the Association 500 million VND. It’s precious. With another 800 million VND, the Association hopes to have more benefactors to support enough sources to apply for a license to set up the Fund. With the official Fund, the Association will easily attract many charitable sources to Dak Lak province. This is necessary and has lasting value.

Please continue to join us in building the plateau where we are living into a warm land of humanity, with many charity programs, non-stop giving of the Dak Lak Tu Tam Association. The highest command, is from the heart.

Once again, I would like to thank you very much.

Chairman of Dak Lak Tu Tam Association

Vo Thi Thien Nga (Journalist Hoang Thien Nga)


Here are some pictures of volunteers, in thousands of unforgettable photos, during the time of building the foundation for Tu Tam Association in Dak Lak. Each photo brings back many beautiful memories, long stories, full of love and the spirit of dedication, service, giving… that Tu Tam Dak Lak Association is forever grateful and cherished.  

Mong people struggle in poor-equipped Dak Nong night classes

dtinews.vn | October 07, 2022 09:10 PM

Giang Thi So slowly wrote down some new words in a small notebook under her classmate’s weak light torchlight. After travelling 20 kilometres and studying for over an hour, her own torch had already run out of battery.

Giang Thi So learns to write at the evening class in Dak Nong Province

“It has been raining for some days and there was no sunlight so I couldn’t charge it,” she said. “We don’t have access to the electricity grid so we depend on solar power.”

So is attending an illiteracy course organised by authorities for the Mong Ethnic Group in Dak R’mang Commune, Dak Glong District in the central highlands province of Dak Nong. The class is held every Friday evening at 7 pm in the classroom of a local primary school. The students are all adults who mostly farm.

Đọc tiếp Mong people struggle in poor-equipped Dak Nong night classes

In Ho Chi Minh City, teachers use summer break to prepare Braille books for visually impaired students

TT – Wednesday, October 12, 2022, 12:29 GMT+7

In Ho Chi Minh City, teachers use summer break to prepare Braille books for visually impaired students
Teachers of Nguyen Dinh Chieu Special School for the Visually Impaired in Ho Chi Minh City have made Braille textbooks for their students during the last three months. Photo: Ngoc Phuong – Pho Huong / Tuoi Tre

Instead of having a normal summer break, teachers at Nguyen Dinh Chieu Special School for the Visually Impaired in Ho Chi Minh City used their free time to prepare Braille books for a new curriculum for blind students.

Đọc tiếp In Ho Chi Minh City, teachers use summer break to prepare Braille books for visually impaired students

RMIT Vietnam sees first blind Chevening scholarship recipient

The Saigon Times – October 10, 2022

Nguyen Thanh Vinh, RMIT Vietnam’s first blind Chevening scholarship recipient – PHOTO: RMIT UNIVERSITY (VIETNAM)

HCMC – Nguyen Thanh Vinh, despite his visual impairment, has received a Chevening scholarship to do a master’s degree in Special Education in the UK.

As Vinh graduated from RMIT University Vietnam with the support of the Dream Wings Scholarship that the school offers to disadvantaged students, he realized that the difficulties in high school were not due to his own abilities, but instead to the lack of effective communication and understanding between teachers and students.

Đọc tiếp RMIT Vietnam sees first blind Chevening scholarship recipient

Sức khỏe công cộng ở Việt Nam: Những ngộ nhận cơ bản

Tiasang – Klaus Krickeberg

Ngành sức khỏe công cộng luôn có đóng góp quan trọng, nếu không muốn nói là hơn so với ngành y học lâm sàng trong việc bảo vệ sức khỏe và kéo dài tuổi thọ của cả cộng đồng. Tuy nhiên, phải sau thời kì giải phóng, Việt Nam mới bắt đầu chú ý đến ngành khoa học này. Theo đó, các khoa chuyên ngành hoặc Đại học Y đều phải có bộ môn Y tế Công cộng. Chương trình học của sinh viên Y cũng phải có nội dung về Y tế Công cộng.

Tiêm cho từng người là việc của ngành y tế lâm sàng nhưng lên kế hoạch tiêm chủng trên diện rộng là nhiệm vụ của ngành sức khỏe công cộng. Ảnh: Trương Thanh Tùng

Nhờ đó, ngành sức khỏe công cộng của Việt Nam đã có những thành tựu nhất định, nhưng sự phát triển của ngành này trong những năm qua vẫn trì trệ mà phần lớn là do bộ máy hành chính quan liêu. Đọc tiếp Sức khỏe công cộng ở Việt Nam: Những ngộ nhận cơ bản

Hơn 10 năm loanh quanh chống lạm thu tiền trường

VĨNH HÀ 25/10/2022 06:19 GMT+7

TTCTHơn 10 năm qua, cơ sở pháp lý duy nhất để triển khai hoạt động của ban đại diện cha mẹ học sinh, trong đó có vấn đề chống lạm thu tiền trường, là thông tư 55/2011/TT–BGDĐT – một văn bản mà nhiều hiệu trưởng coi như không tồn tại.

Hơn 10 năm loanh quanh chống lạm thu tiền trường - Ảnh 1.

Minh họa: Emiliano Ponzi/Washington Post

Lá bài “tự nguyện”

Vào thời điểm những năm 2010 – 2011, tình trạng lạm thu trong các nhà trường đã là vấn đề nhức nhối mỗi khi năm học mới bắt đầu. 

Đọc tiếp Hơn 10 năm loanh quanh chống lạm thu tiền trường

Nỗi tiếc nuối cho khoa học nghiên cứu hang động của Việt Nam

THƯ HIÊN – 01/04/2020 17:04 GMT+7

TTCT Không chỉ chuyên gia người Anh Howard Limbert mới còn nguyên vẹn ký ức lần đầu tiên đến Quảng Bình khảo sát hang động tròn 30 năm trước (TTCT số 10-2020). PGS Vũ Văn Phái, nguyên chủ nhiệm bộ môn địa mạo, khoa địa lý Trường ĐH Khoa học tự nhiên – ĐH Quốc gia Hà Nội, cũng nhớ rất nhiều kỷ niệm đẹp khi lần đầu gặp gỡ và sau đó đồng hành với nhóm ông Howard trong suốt 20 năm tiếp theo.

Ông Howard Limbert và vợ (phải) làm việc với lãnh đạo trường ĐH KHTN -  ĐHQG Hà Nội năm 2012. Ảnh: PGS Vũ Văn Phái

Đọc tiếp Nỗi tiếc nuối cho khoa học nghiên cứu hang động của Việt Nam

Học và làm nghề với người Nhật

TRUNG TRẦN 01/10/2020 18:10 GMT+7

TTCTNói vui, đi làm cho công ty Nhật, không cần bằng cấp, không cần cả ngoại ngữ, chỉ cần yếu tố duy nhất là sự chăm chỉ và cầu tiến.

Kaizen (âm Hán Việt: cải thiện) là cốt lõi trong sự thành công của Nhật Bản. Ảnh: pinterest

Khoảng năm 1998, ở Đồng Nai có chiến dịch kiểm tra lý lịch của nhân viên ở Khu công nghiệp Biên Hòa 2. Nhiều công nhân, nhân viên văn phòng các công ty Nhật Bản bị phát hiện làm giả chứng minh nhân dân, khai man tên tuổi và bằng cấp. Nguy cơ bị đuổi việc là hiển hiện theo quy định của pháp luật và nội quy công ty. 

Nhiều người phải xin nghỉ phép để về quê hoàn thành các giấy tờ nhân thân và chứng minh bằng cấp. Người viết nằm trong trường hợp đấy. Khi lên xin phép cấp trưởng phòng người Nhật thì nhận được câu trả lời: quy định của pháp luật thì nên làm đúng, còn bằng cấp thì sau chừng đấy thời gian làm việc, ông không quan tâm nhân viên thực sự có tốt nghiệp đại học hay chưa, và nếu chưa có thì ông có thể nói giúp phòng nhân sự là bỏ qua việc phải đáp ứng yêu cầu đấy.

Đọc tiếp Học và làm nghề với người Nhật

Chuyện thầy và thợ

LÊ QUANG 30/09/2020 18:09 GMT+7

TTCT Hệ thống trường nghề đào tạo kép của Đức đã qua mấy trăm năm thử thách, được cho là đảm bảo tính sát thực tế, các doanh nghiệp tham gia đào tạo không “lỗ” khi trả lương cho học sinh, và cả xã hội cũng có lợi.

Hai thợ học việc của Hãng Bosch. Ảnh: hafactory.it

Ngày còn sống ở nước ngoài, tôi có đứa cháu đỡ đầu xinh như thiên thần, mắt xanh, tóc vàng, và sáng dạ lạ thường, luôn miệng hát líu lo, chỉ có cái tật là vào lớp 1 vẫn còn mút tay khi ngủ. Lúc mời mẹ tôi sang thăm thì bà yêu nó lắm. 

Chơi với nó có mấy bữa mà về nhà cả chục năm vẫn hay hỏi thằng bé giờ học hành ra sao, lớn chừng nào, còn mút tay không, con một là hay được chiều chuộng quá đáng lắm…

Bẵng đi ít lâu, tôi kể cho mẹ nghe, bố mẹ thằng Stefan mới báo tin nó tốt nghiệp phổ thông rồi, đi học và ở ký túc xá xa nhà mà tự lập lắm. Mẹ tôi hỏi ngay, nó học ngành gì, rồi bà rơm rớm nước mắt…

Đọc tiếp Chuyện thầy và thợ

Tự do học thuật và an ninh quốc gia

HOA KIM 27/11/2021 18:10 GMT+7

TTCTĐào tạo sinh viên nước ngoài là hoạt động giao lưu nhân dân có ý nghĩa nhưng cũng là mối lo của nhiều cường quốc trước nguy cơ gián điệp kiểu mới.

 Ảnh: CNN

Nhật Bản là quốc gia mới nhất yêu cầu các trường đại học phải xin giấy phép trước khi chuyển giao công nghệ liên quan đến an ninh quốc phòng cho sinh viên quốc tế. Theo tạp chí Nikkei, quy định này áp dụng cho các sinh viên nước ngoài học tập tại Nhật từ 6 tháng trở lên và “chịu ảnh hưởng” từ nước khác, ví dụ như có hơn 25% thu nhập đến từ tài trợ của một chính phủ nước ngoài. Các trường hợp này phải được báo cáo về Bộ Kinh tế, thương mại và công nghiệp (METI) để được cấp phép.

Đọc tiếp Tự do học thuật và an ninh quốc gia

China on campus

China on campus | 101 East

Al Jazeera English – 13-2-2020

Australia’s universities are embroiled in a growing geopolitical storm.

In recent months, pro and anti-Beijing groups have clashed on campuses amid rising concerns over the Chinese government’s expanding power abroad.

Universities earn billions of dollars a year from student fees and research collaborations with China, but there are growing fears these lucrative arrangements may be putting academic institutions, and even national security, at risk.

As government ministers warn that the country faces an “unprecedented level of threat” from foreign interference, 101 East investigates the infiltration of Australia’s universities by Beijing.