CARE’s Urban Program works with a number of urban groups across Vietnam, who are structurally and socially excluded from the benefits of change and development.
We put women at the heart of our work with groups such as sex workers, female migrants, and female factory workers. They often live and work in unsafe environments, and are subject to stigma, discrimination, exploitation and abuse. Many are effectively “hidden” populations, marginalised as a result of social conventions and stereotypes, or because of a lack of responsive legal and policy frameworks.
To learn more about our umbrella programme, please download the brochure here.
(Nha Nhieu Cot) The Pillars Campaign
Nha Nhieu Cot campaign is aimed at shifting gender norms limiting women’s economic participation in Vietnam through facilitating well-informed conversations among urban millennials in media and social media.
(IPSC) Improving Private Sector Competitiveness
The Improving Private Sector Competitiveness project seeks to remove policy, market, and firm-level constraints inhibiting the growth of small and growing businesses (SGBs), including those owned or led by women and vulnerable populations. CARE is a sub-contractor under this project.
(U-ME Captial initiative) Urban Migrant Entrepreneur Capital in Vietnam
(IGNITE initiative) IGNITE in Vietnam: Unleashing the power of women entrepreneurs
The IGNITE Initiative ensures a landscape that promises greater opportunity for women entrepreneurs, which will accordingly promote their economic empowerment.