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£397raised of £3,500 target by 25 supporters

    Weʼve raised £397 to for a better future of underprivileged children in Vietnam

    Nottingham, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 31st May 2017

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    Children in Vietnam:
    - Under-5 mortality rate: 17%
    - 1.26 million children born in the period 1994-2004 either dropped out of school or never attended
    - More than 16% of children aged 5 -14 have to work.
    - More than 65,000 children roam the streets in major cities
    - 34% poor children have health issues
    - 2.83 million children was engaged in some form of economic activity
    - 7,300 homeless children in 2014
    - Nearly 1.7 million under-five-year-old children are malnourished and stunted (in a total 6.5 million in the country)
    (Source: UNICEF, Vietnamnet & Young Lives)

    With deep compassion for underprivileged children in Vietnam, we as a group of Vietnamese and international students in the UK are running a campaign with the cycling challenge along “Way of the Roses” 170-mile route, to raise funds for the children. Total funding will be funded for ‘Summer Voluntary Campaign’ of University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City in July 2017.

    Every mile we cycle will help improve the children’s lives. You can support the campaign by donation and receive special thank you postcards with Vietnam landscape photos.

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    >>> Special Gifts for your donation <<<
    We give you a Viet Nam postcard as a Special Thank-you gift for every donation.
    *All of the Pictures used are taken exclusively by young Vietnamese Travellers
    ** The estimated delivery time is 31/05/2017
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    • Le Hoang Viet Cuong2 years ago
      Le Hoang Viet Cuong

      Le Hoang Viet Cuong

      2 years ago

      We started from Morecambe, Lancaster :D

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    • Le Hoang Viet Cuong2 years ago
      Le Hoang Viet Cuong

      Le Hoang Viet Cuong

      2 years ago

      We have completed 170-mile cycling challenge from Morecambe to Bridlington with the huge supports from friends along the route. The fundraising is continuing until 31st May. Thank you for all your donation.

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    2 years ago

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    • Simon Haslam

      Simon Haslam

      May 13, 2017

      Keep up the good work


    • Anonymous


      Apr 17, 2017

      Great Project

    • Kevin Shaw

      Kevin Shaw

      Apr 12, 2017

      Hope you had no more flat tyres on the rest of today's ride!


    • Dat Hoang

      Dat Hoang

      Apr 2, 2017



    • Donna Braidwood

      Donna Braidwood

      Mar 31, 2017


    • Anonymous


      Mar 11, 2017

      chúc dự án của anh thành công!!

    • Vietsoc Lancaster

      Vietsoc Lancaster

      Mar 9, 2017

      Donation from Vietsoc Lancaster


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    Le Hoang Viet Cuong

    Le Hoang Viet Cuong

    Nottingham, United Kingdom

    With the big effort of the team, we have completed 170-mile challenge along the Way of the Roses from 12 to 16 April. The fundraising is continuing to call for donation until 31 May. We really appreciate all your contribution to make a better future for underprivileged children.

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