NGO Network

VUFO – NGO Resource Centre  

La Thanh Hotel, 218 Doi Can, Hanoi,Vietnam

Tel: +84 4 3832 8570

Fax: +84 4 3832 8611

Email: info@ngocentre.org.vn

Web: www.ngocentre.org.vn

 

The VUFO-NGO Resource Centre was established in 1993 through a partnership between International Non-Government Organisations (INGOs) working in Vietnam, and the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO)  As the name suggests, the Resource Centre provides services and activities that assist INGOs with information sharing, networking and fostering dialogue through cross-sectoral Working Groups. Working under VUFO and in close cooperation with the Peoples' Aid Coordinating Committee (PACCOM), the Resource Centre also plays an important role in the overall relationship between INGOs and Vietnamese authorities.

 

There are approximately 130 INGO members of the VUFO. Visit VUFO-Resource Centre website to find more information about INGOs working in Vietnam.

 

VietnamUnion of Friendship Organisations

105A Quan Thanh, Ha Noi, Viet Nam
Tel: (84 4) 38 45 63 03

Fax: (84 4) 37 33 02 01

Email: vufo@vietpeace.org.vn

Web: www.vietpeace.org.vn

 

The Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO) is a nation-wide socio-political organisation whose main function is to establish and promote friendly and co-operative people-to-people relations between Vietnam and other countries in the world.

 

VUFO carries out diversified activities of friendship and co-operation, such as exchange of information and visits, holding of friendship meetings, seminars and workshops, organising of study tours, cultural groups' tours, exhibitions, short-term training courses, consultations, etc.

 

 

People’s Aid Coordinating Committee (PACCOM)

105A Quan Thanh, Hanoi

Tel 84-4 8436936

Fax: 84-4 8452007

The People's Aid Coordinating Committee (PACCOM), the specialized and functional body of VUFO, facilitates foreign NGOs' activities in Viet Nam, through a network with close and effective collaboration of focal points for foreign NGO affairs at the central level and in all 64 provinces and centrally administered cities.

 

Committee for Foreign NGO Affairs (COMINGO)

105A Quan Thanh, Hanoi

The Committee for Foreign NGO Affairs (COMINGO) brings together key government ministries and other bodies to assist the Prime Minister in guiding and addressing issues relating to foreign NGOs in Vietnam. COMINGO was established on 24 April 2001 under Decision 59/2001/QQ-TTg of the Prime Minister.

 

 

International NGOs

 

For a more comprehensive list of INGOs in Vietnam, visit the VUFO- NGO Resource Centre website’s INGO Directory.

 

ACTION AID VIETNAM

Room 502A, HEAC Building
14-16 Ham Long, Ha Noi,

Tel: + 84-4-3943 9866
Fax: + 84-4-3943 9872

Web: www.actionaid.org.vn

ActionAid Vietnamis one of the leading international non-governmental organizations working in the country with the objective of eradicating poverty by facilitating the process of empowering the poorest and excluded people with special reference to ethnic minorities and women.

 

AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT DENMARK ASIA (ADDA)

M4-M5, La Thanh hotel 218 Doi Can, Hanoi

Tel: 84-4 37 62 35 34

Email: addahanoi@vnn.vn

Web: www.adda.dk

ADDA aims to assist in improving the level of self-sufficiency for the poorest parts of Southeast Asia s rural population, among others, returned refugees. ADDA has been working with the Vietnamese Farmers' Union since 1982, and the first project was initiated in 1998.

 

CARE INTERNATIONAL

66 Xuan Dieu, Tay Ho, Hanoi

Tel:  

Web: www.care.org and www.careinternational.org.uk

CARE International in Vietnam’s program aims to work in partnerships to address poverty and inequity, build a just and responsive society, and provide future generations with a healthy environment. A focus on poverty reduction is seen in the overall program through community empowerment, civil society strengthening, capacity building initiatives, policy dialogue or direct approaches.

 

CARTIAS SWITZERLAND

Room 120, Building A, La Thanh hotel, 218 Doi Can, Hanoi

Tel: 84 4 38 32 59 43

Email: contact@carswi.org.vn

Web: www.caritas.ch

Caritas Switzerland is an independent Catholic development and relief organisation active in Switzerland since 1901.Caritas Switzerland s goal in Vietnam is to support the poorest and most marginalised, especially in remote rural and mountainous areas, in improving their livelihoods in a sustainable way and reaching their development aspirations.

 

CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES AND COOPERATION (CECI)

Block P, La Thanh Hotel, 218 Doi Can

Tel: (84 4) 37 62 84 22

Email: cecivn@ceci.org.vn

Web: www.ceci.ca

CECI has been present in Vietnam since 1991 and strengthens the development capacity of disadvantaged communities, supports initiatives for peace, human rights and equity, and mobilizes resources and promotes the exchange of knowledge and its application. Three main sectors that CECI focus are humanitarian, volunteers cooperation and livelihoods projects.

 

COUNTERPART INTERNATIONAL - US

96 Hoang Van Thai, Hoang Mai district, Ha Noi

Tel: 84-4 35 66 71 07

Email: communications@vn.counterpart.org.

Web: www.counterpart.org

The mission of Counterpart International is to empower vulnerable people to implement innovative, holistic and enduring solutions to social, economic and environmental challenges. Our mission reflects our longstanding commitment to building the capacity of individuals and communities to control their own future.

 

HELVETAS VIETNAM

Van Phuc Diplomat Quarter, 298F Kim Ma, Hanoi

Tel:84 4 8431750

Fax:84 4 8431744

E-mail:helvetas@hn.vnn.vn

Web:http://www.helvetas.org.vn

The Swiss Association for International Cooperation was founded in 1955 as the first private Swiss organisation for development cooperation. Helvetas is a not for profit, non partisan, politically and denominationally independent association supported by 43,000 members.

 

NETHERLANDSDEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION – SNV

6th Floor, Building B, La Thanh Hotel, 218 Doi Can,

(84 4) 38 46 37 90/91/92

vietnam@snvworld.org

www.snvworld.org

SNV defines its core competence as the transfer and exchange of knowledge, ideas, skills and technologies to benefit local development processes in the least developed countries.NV aims to achieve development results in two areas covering five sectors: (1) reducing extreme poverty by increasing production, employment and equitable income opportunities via its work in smallholder cash crops, pro-poor sustainable tourism and forest products; and (2) improving the access, coverage and quality of basic services via its work in water, sanitation and hygiene and renewable energy.

 

 

OXFAM GREAT BRITAIN (OGB)

22 Le Dai Hanh

Tel: 84 4 39 45 43 62

Email: spricethomas@oxfam.org.uk

Web: www.oxfam.org.uk

 

Oxfam GB is a development, humanitarian and campaigning organization that works with others to overcome poverty and suffering around the world. In Vietnam, the Oxfam GB program focuses on five strategic aims from a rights-based approach: 1) the right to sustainable livelihoods; 2) the right to basic social services (education); 3) the right to life and security (disaster preparedness and management); 4) the right to be heard; and 5) the right to equality (gender and diversity).

 

OXFAM HONG KONG (HK)

22 Le Dai Hanh, Hanoi

Tel:84 439454406

Fax:84439454405

Email: oxfamhk@ohk.org.vn

Web: www.oxfam.org.hk

Oxfam Hong Kong aims to improve the livelihoods of poor people in remote mountainous districts, with a special focus on women and ethnic minorities.Oxfam Hong Kong is also part of a joint Oxfam team which works on disaster preparedness and emergency response.

 

PLAN INTERNATIONAL (VIETNAM)

10th Floor, Capital Building, 72 Tran Hung Dao

(84 4) 38 22 06 61

vietnam.co@plan-international.org

www.plan-international.org

Plan is an international, humanitarian, child-focused development organisation without religious, political or government affiliation. Plan is a child-centered community development organisation that works directly with communes and villages to identify and address the key issues that affect children.

 

WORLD VISION

4th Floor, HEAC Building - A, 14-16 Ham Long, Ha Noi

Phone: (84 4) 39 43 99 20

Web: www.worldvision.org.vn

World Vision is an international child-focused NGO, implementing projects to improve the quality of life of poor people through improving health care, agricultural production, micro-finance, education, child rights protection, and emergency relief.

 

WORLD WIDE FUND FOR NATURE (WWF)

D13 Thang Long International Village
Cau Giay District,Hanoi
T: +84 4 719 3111
F: +84 4 719 3102

Web: www.panda.org

With several million supporters and a network of offices in more than 50 countries on five continents, WWF is one of the world’s largest independent conservation organizations. In 1985, WWF began working on a national conservation strategy for Vietnam and since then has worked closely with the Vietnamese Government on a diverse range of environmental issues, and implemented field activities across the country.

 

VECO- VREDESEILANDEN COUNTRY OFFICE VIETNAM (BELGIUM)

No.12, Lane 535/2, Kim Ma, Hanoi

(84 4) 37 71 89 06

vecovn@veco.org.vn

www.vredeseilanden.org

Vredeseilanden wants to contribute to viable livelihoods of organised family farmers in the south and north of Vietnam. VECO contribute to their empowerment by improving their position in the whole agricultural chain, from production to consumption. In these chains, consumer demand and markets are driving forces. Therefore, Vredeseilanden facilitates marketing initiatives identified and defined by the farmers.

 

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