Blue Dragon’s mission is to provide exceptional care for children in crisis, while creating longterm change for a better world. Blue Dragon has two long-term goals: ensuring all street children in Hanoi have access to services and opportunities to get off the streets and build new futures; and ending the sex trafficking of women and girls from Vietnam.

Blue Dragon rescues street children and victims of trafficking from slavery and provides comprehensive programming and services that meet the individual needs of each person. These services include psychological counselling, nutrition, and other direct assistance; access to school or vocational training; career preparation; and legal counsel.

What makes people Vulnerable to Human Trafficking? - Blue Dragon Children's Foundation, 2021 DOWNLOAD














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