Early childhood development in Vietnam has been the government’s strategic focus and the country has achieved impressive progress over the past two decades.

However, there are still gaps and challenges in childcare and protection which impedes the children’s comprehensive development such as domestic violent punishments, lack of parenting knowledge and experience, etc. 

Such reality brings The Human Safety Net Vietnam and the National Fund for Vietnamese Children (NFVC) together to jointly develop and implement “Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” (Born Children, Born Parents), a parenting program that aims to equip parents, grandparents and guardians of children aged 0-6 years with essential parenting knowledge, experience and skills to help children grow to their full potential in the loving environment  of their family. The program extends its reach to the community with practical and useful content via innovative formats.

The program focuses on 3 topics: children’s health, behaviors and intelligence and is delivered via local workshops at selected kindergartens across Vietnam with volunteered facilitators being Generali Vietnam’s trained employees and online educational sitcom series.

The program

The program targets to reach thousands of parents, children and kindergarten teachers at local workshops and millions more  via digital platforms each year.

  • Jointly developed by THSN Vietnam and the NFVC, the program was launched in June 2020 and has been delivered to kindergarten’s parents and children in Bac Giang and Thua Thien Hue provinces, and digitally via an online parenting sitcom series. 

Partners involved

Local activities

The National Fund For Vietnamese Children (NFVC)
Supporting children’s development and advocating children’s rights

The NFVC is The Human Safety Net Vietnam’s partner for the “Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” program. The program is delivered via an online sitcom series, in which Merited Artist Xuan Bac, the NFVC’s Goodwill Ambassador, is involved in directing and acting; as well as local workshops organized in selected kindergarten across Vietnam. 

The NFVC is a state-owned organization under the Ministry of Labor – Invalids and Social Affairs which aims to mobilize domestic and international resources to realize the objectives.