Who We Help

1.  University of Education of Ho Chi Minh City (“HCMUE”):                                       

     Weblink:  https://hcmue.edu.vn/en/

AMA has been helping hundreds of underprivileged students and lecturers at the University of Education of Ho Chi Minh City (“HCMUE”).  HCMUE was the first local partner of AMA beginning in early 2012 when we supported 15 underprivileged students and lecturers with financial scholarships.    The relationship between AMA and HCMUE has blossomed into other forms and initiatives beyond just scholarships over the past years, including summer camps, training sessions, mentoring luncheons, AMA-Savills Computer Room, etc.  We are thankful for this trusted partnership and continue to explore more ways for collaboration in the interests of our beloved students and teachers.

2.  University of Education of Danang City:

     Weblink:  http://ued.udn.vn/ 

University of Education of Danang City has been a great partner for AMA since 2014 when we first supported 10 undergraduate students to pilot the program.  Since 2014, AMA has consistently sponsored 25-30 students per year with scholarships and held various types of events to help our students further.  We are very proud of the partnership and all the student recipients of our growing AMA family.

3.  University of Education of Hue City:

       Weblink:  http://www.dhsphue.edu.vn/default.aspx

University of Education of Hue City and AMA partnered up since 2014 when we first supported 18 undergraduate students to pilot the program.  Since 2014, AMA has consistently sponsored 25-30 students per year with scholarships and held various types of events to help our students further.

4.  Phuoc Thien Non-Profit Primary School of Ho Chi Minh City (“Phuoc Thien”):

        Weblink:  https://giaoduc.net.vn/tieu-diem/lop-hoc-dac-biet-chua-tung-thay-o-sai-gon-post194773.gd

 

AMA began lending monthly financial support to Phuoc Thien Non-Profit Primary School of Ho Chi Minh City (“Phuoc Thien”) since 2014.  This school provides predominantly free education to young students who come from impoverished backgrounds and have no proper paperwork to attend normal public schools run by the local government.  The founder and principal Miss Thao does an amazing job in educating these kids and preparing them for higher education after leaving Phuoc Thien. Majority of these kids perform much better on national exams than kids at normal public schools, and they are very well-behaved and taught with excellent family values by the teachers here.  Without Phuoc Thien, these kids would have no education and end up on the streets.  AMA is a proud sponsor of Phuoc Thien and a big fan of Miss Thao.