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Leaders

Our board

Mr Nguyễn Phú Hoành – master of community development (Chairman)
Mr. Nguyễn Văn Thân – Thien Chi managing director and Tanh Linh director (CV)
Mr Phạm Kim Sắc – doctor professor
Mr Đổ Tường Phước – doctor
Mr Nguyễn văn Giỏi – doctor
Mr Trần đình Quý – lawyer
Mr Dương Nguyên Khang – doctor
Ms Diệu Lan – doctor
Mr Bernard Kervyn – director, Mekong Plus (CV)

Other key cadres

Lê Thị Yến Hằng, director of the Đức Linh Project (CV)
Lương Thị Phi Loan, dir…More >>

Our management team

– Mr Nguyen Van Than : Thiên Chí Managing Director and Director of Tánh Linh district project site ( CV )
– Ms Le Thi Yen Hang : Thiên Chí Vice-Managing Director and Director of Đức Linh district project site
– Ms. Luong Thi Phi Loan
– Mrs Nguyen Thu Huyen Huynh
– Mr. Nguyen Huu Nghia
– Mr Le Pham Manh Hung
– Ms Nguyen Thi Ngoc Quyen
– Mrs Phan Thi Ha
……..More >>

contact_us

Thien Chi office in Ham Thuan Nam district

Phu Khanh village, Ham My commune (km 6)

Ham Thuan Nam district, Binh Thuan province

Tel : +84(0) 62 38 99 224

Email: tchtn@vnn.vn

Thien Chi head office

Phu Khanh village, Ham My commune (km 6)

Ham Thuan Nam district, Binh Thuan province

Tel : +84(0) 62 38 99 537

Email: thienchihmy@vnn.vn

   

Thien Chi office in Tanh Linh district

D15, Trai Ca Area, Lac Tanh

Tanh Linh district, Binh Thuan province

Tel: +84(0) 62 38 80 655

Email: thienchi.tanhlinh@gmail.com

Thien Chi office in Duc Linh district

hamlet 4, Duc Hanh commune

Duc Linh district, Binh Thuan province

Tel: +84(0) 62 35 10 452

Email: thienchi.duclinh@gmail.com

Thienchi website: thienchi.org

Mission

Our vision, mission, values

VISION:

  • We strive for a society of fairness and equality in which poor people understand the issues that hinder local development and are encouraged to take part and work together to overcome challenges and improve the quality of life of their communities.

MISSION:

  • We are a social organization. We cooperate with local and international organizations to support the social and economic developments in the local poor communities.
  • We encourage the poor communities to improve their capacity in solving their own problems.
  • We strive to raise the living, economic and education standards for the communities, with priorities given to women and children.
  • We aim to build cohesiveness, unity and mutual support among the communities and achieve sustainable development.

VALUES:

    

We support the activities for community development, based on the precept of Lao- Tu – a Chinese philosopher

Introduction

Thien Chi (i.e. “Good Will”) is a Vietnamese non-profit non-government organization for training and social development. It was established in 2004 and was registered by VUSTA (Vietnam Union of Scientific and Training Association) in 2005. Today, Thiện Chí operates in 3 districts; Đức Linh, Tánh Linh and Hàm Thuận Nam, in the Binh Thuan province in southern Viet Nam.

While Vietnam has made great progress to reduce poverty there is still about 5% of the population in our 3 districts of Binh Thuan province (according to 2014 Government survey statistics) who still live in extreme poverty. The aim of Thien Chi is to focus on this poorest section of the population.

It is imperative that families receiving support are empowered to contribute to their own well-being and with this philosophy in mind, Thien Chi aims to support, rather than merely provide.

Thien chi has a dedicated, experienced and enthusiastic staff of over 57 employees delivering innovative support services in the areas of micro loan, education, health, agriculture, employment creation to families who are living in extreme poverty. Working closely with community representatives and listening to the needs of local people, Thien Chi assesses local concerns and needs first hand.  67 village workers are also employed on a part time basis and are a unique concept to Thien Chi – they live and work in the villages and closely monitor the progress of all programs. Their acceptance by the local communes and in depth knowledge of family needs is used as a basis in implement change and support.