VietHealth Founders Partners & Donors
VietHealth possesses a broad network of active collaborators and supporters in both public and private sectors including Ministry of Health (Maternal and Child Health Department, Scientific and Training Department, Department of Medical Service Administration), Hanoi School of Public Health, Vietnam Red Cross Organization, Chairman of the Vietnam Rehabilitation Association (VINAREHA), National Hospital of OB/Gyn, National Hospital of Paediatric, Tu Du Hospital – HCMC, Hospital of Peadiatric I – HCMC, Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA), Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (DOLISA), Department of Health in some project provinces in Phu Tho, Bac Giang, Yen Bai, Danang, Thua Thien Hue, Tay Ninh and Local, International Non Governmental Organizations working in the field of health care. From 2010 up to present in 2017, VietHealth has developed, piloted and expanded the projects of early childhood disabilities detection and intervention in Vinh Long, Da Nang, Bac Giang, Phu Tho, Yen Bai, Hoa Vang (Da Nang), Huong Tra (Thua Thien Hue) funded by IrishAid, FELM, DAI – USAID; and currently in Tay Ninh funded by USAID. From 2010 up to now, VietHealth has been implementing the projects of 3000 wheelchairs and 100 walkers donation for disable residents in Ninh Binh, Lang Son, Bac Giang, Ha Nam, Thai Nguyen and Phu Tho funded by LDSC, Free Wheelchairs for Kids, Project Vietnam Inc.; and the projects of clean water and sanitation systems for primary schools and secondary school, poor households in Thai Binh, Ha Nam, Phu Tho and Bac Giang provinces funded by LDSC.
VietHealth has developed and implemented the project of mental health preparedness in public health emergency settings in Viet Nam in 2013-2015 funded by Norwegian Embassy. VietHealth also conducted more than 13 studies, using qualitative and quantitative design on Abortion Stigma in Quang Ninh, Phu Tho, Web-based Post-Abortion Counseling in Quang Ninh; ii) Comprehensive Study on Primary Healthcare in Ha Noi funded by AP; iii) Endline Survey for the Project of Implementing the MCH Handbook in Dien Bien, Hoa Binh, Thanh Hoa, An Giang funded by JICA, Ministry of Health (Maternal and Child Health Department); iv) Maternal Mortality Audit Survey in 7 northern mountainous provinces including Cao Bang, Bac Can, Lao Cai, Dien Bien, Lai Chau, Son La, Ha Giang funded by World Bank through Northern Uplan Health Support Project (NUP).
- Nguyen Van Quyet – President
- Phan Vu Thi Kieu Anh – Vice-president
- Dang Minh Hai – Councilor
- Tong Hoai Nam – Councilor
- Phan Ba Vuong – Councilor
- Nguyen Van Quyet – President/Director of VietHealth Company
- Le Quang Duong – Vice-President/Director of VietHealth Center
- Hoang Trung – Councilor
- Do Ngoc Tan – Councilor
- Luu Thi Hong – Councilor
- Do Thi Van – Councilor
- Trinh Quang Dung – Councilor
- Tran Trong Hai – Councilor
Management Board of VietHealth Center
- Le Quang Duong – Director
- Nguyen Van Quyet – Deputy Director
- Nguyen Hong Linh – Deputy Director
|Name||Type of Sponsor||Year|
|USAID||USAID leads international development and humanitarian efforts to save lives, reduce poverty, strengthen democratic governance and help people progress beyond assistance.
USAID works in over 100 countries to: Promote Global Health, Support Global Stability, Provide Humanitarian Assistance, Catalyze Innovation and Partnership, Empower Women and Girls.
|Irish Aid (IA)||Irish Aid has supported Vietnam on reducing poverty and inequality through the implementation of programmes designed to strengthen the delivery of basic services and social protection to the poorest and most vulnerable sections of society, the promotion of inclusive economic development, the growth of the private sector, and increased accountability by the State to its citizens.||2010-2021|
|Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Mission (FELM)||Increases the capability of communities, villages’ medical staff in back-up plan, early detection and intervention for disabled children.||2010-2017|
|Inroads||Inroads is a global network of advocates, scholars, health providers, and donors with the shared goal of shifting the conversation on abortion and creating a world free of abortion stigma.
The International Network for the Reduction of Abortion Discrimination and Stigma is committed to establishing an active and vibrant community of practice based on values of respect for personal agency, reproductive justice, and transparency .
|Latter-Day Saints Charities (LDSC)||LDS Charities sponsor relief and development projects in 189 countries. LDSC provide emergency relief assistance in times of natural disasters. In addition, our signature programs include clean water, neonatal resuscitation training, vision care, wheelchairs, immunizations, food production, and other community projects.||2011-2019|