The Network Database is a directory comprising all important organizations who are concerned with the topic of inclusion who would be helpful in advocating for barrier-free accessibility and inclusion for people with disabilities in Vietnam. It is designed to facilitate networking and exchange of information among all relevant players.
Disclaimer: The list of organizations in this Network Database are compiled by our own project staff. If your organization are included in this list and you wish to be removed or to make any changes to the published information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Distribution of fields of activities for PWD-focused organizations in Vietnam:
Deaf Club of Gia Lai
Deaf Club of Hai Duong
Deaf Club of Hau Giang
Deaf Club of Can Tho
Deaf Club of Vinh Long
Deaf Club of Phu Tho
Hanoi Disabled People Association is a social association of Hanoi People with disabilities, irrespective of nationality, religion, gender, social status, causes of disability, voluntarily participate in the activities of people with disabilities and for people with disabilities.
Vietnam Relief Association for Handicapped Children is a social charity organization of humanitarian people who voluntarily contribute their work, goods, energy, and intellect to the work of the Association, irrespective of ethnicity, religion, serface, social status.
Address: 51 Vu Ngoc Phan Street, Lang Ha Ward, Dong Da District, Hanoi
Phone: 04.38532785 – 04.35621094
Deaf Club of Quang Ninh
Founded in 2011, DCOH work with target:
Improve the social integration of Deaf, conveying the aspirations of Deaf, bringing equality chances, enhancing the quality of Deaf’s life in the present and future.
CED has been openning many classes like sign language, education for illiterate hearing impaired, teaching English to hearing impaired, their family and people who concern. In addition, CED also provides vocational counseling and guidance for deaf children to social integration.
Deaf Club of Quang Tri
DRD works to help People with disabilities gain confidence, improve the quality of life in a non-discriminatory environment by improving the capacity of the PWD community and advocacy.
Address: 311K8, 7 Street, Thu Thiem Resettlement Area, An Phu Ward, 2 District, Ho Chi Minh City
Phone: 08 626799 11 – 08 626799 22
Fax: 08 626799 33
Deaf Club of Bac Ninh
Deaf Club of Vung Tau
Deaf Club of Dong Thap
Deaf Club of Khanh Hoa
Deaf Club of Quang Ngai
Deaf Club of Binh Duong
Hanoi Deaf Students
Ho Chi Minh City Otorhinolaryngology Hospital
Otorhinolaryngology Faculty – FV Hospital
Otorhinolaryngology Faculty – Da Nang Hospital
Otorhinolaryngology Faculty – Military Central Hospital
There are about 700 Deaf & HI members meeting on Sunday morning every week for sharing information, teaching Vietnamese and Sign Language…
Mobilization Board of Vietnam National Deaf Association
Deaf Culture Club of Ho Chi Minh city
Deaf Club of Da Nang
Deaf Club of Ninh Binh
Deaf Club of Hue
Deaf Club of Hai Phong
Deaf Club of Tien Giang
Deaf Club of Thai Binh
Deaf Club of Thai Nguyen
Deaf Club of Dong Nai
Deaf Club of Ninh Thuan
Deaf Club of Bao Loc, Da Lat city, Lam Dong province
Deaf Club of Dak Lak
Deaf Club of Hung Yen
Deaf Club of Quang Nam
Otorhinolaryngology Faculty – Hanoi Medical University Hospital
Address: 1 Ton That Tung Street, Trung Tu Ward, Dong Da District, Hanoi
Phone: (04)3 5747788
Hotline: 84-4-3574 7979
Phonak hearing aids
Address: G01 City View, 12 Mac Dinh Chi, 1 District, Ho Chi Minh City
It has branches in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang
Address: 180-182, Ngo Gia Tu Street, 9 Ward, 10 District, Ho Chi Minh City
Phone: 08-39274560 / 0909 097 543 (HCMC); 04-37938692 / 0981 112 990 (HN); 0511-6250189 / 0905 155 682 (Da Nang)
It has distributors in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Tuyen Quang, Yen Bai, Quang Ninh, Bac Ninh, Ninh Binh, Ha Nam, Nghe An
Address: 417 Giai Phong, Thanh Xuan District, Hanoi
Phone: 043.869.3363 / 043.869.3364 / 0904.330.889
It has branches in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang
It has distributors in Hanoi, Da Nang, Khanh Hoa, Can Tho, Binh Duong
Address: 384 (new number 1056) Cach Mang Thang 8, 4 Ward, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City
Phone: 08 3844 6415 – 08 3948 5919
It has branches in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hai Phong, Quang Ninh, Ninh Binh, Da Nang
Address: 134 Chua Boc, Dong Da District, Hanoi
Deaf Club of Hoa Binh
Hair Salon and Makeup Thành Nguyễn
Address 1: No.55, Van Chuong Alley, Ton Duc Thang, Hanoi
Address 2: No.14, 82 Alley, Kim Ma, Hanoi
Phone: +84 98 842 45 26
National Otorhinolaryngology Hospital of Vietnam
Address: 78 Giai Phong Street, Dong Da District, Hanoi
Phone: (84-4) 3868 6050
Fax: (84-4) 3868 6522
Hotline: (04)3868 6251
Vietnam National Deaf Football Team
Deaf Craft 5 Colors was registered at September, 2009 under the leadership of Director Dang Tran Thanh.
Vision: Deaf Craft 5 Colors always find to serve trainings and continuos working chances for Deaf and Hearing Impaired.
Address: No.1, 189/81 Alley, Hoang Hoa Tham, Ngoc Ha, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Phone: (04) 62944266
Sai Gon Otorhinolaryngology Hospital
Unique products like: bags, baskets, blankets, pillows, toys, etc … were made from safe materials by dexterous Hearing Impaired.
Deaf Club of Quang Binh
Working on social development for almost everywhere in Vietnam since 02/1998, Mr Bob and Mrs. Kathleen Huff have trained over two thousands people with disabilities for 5 years. Deaf children rarely go to school but they have potentials. So that, in 2005, they founded Bread of Life restaurant to help Deaf.
Address: No 4 Dong Da Street, Thuan Phuoc Ward, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City
Phone: 0511 356 5185
Hotline: 0968 448 440
In developing countries, people with disabilities are typically among the poorest of the poor with limited opportunity to fully participate in society. Donkey Bakery is cooperating with other non-profit organizations to encourage other businesses to provide employment to people with disabilities thereby facilitating their integration into society and improving their life in general.
Chula is also a social company and works with many small local communities in the north of Vietnam. At the moment, it is made up of a skilled community of 60 people, 75% have a physical disability.
Address: 43 Nhat Chieu Street, Nhat Tan Ward, Tay Ho District, Ha noi
Hanoi Associations Sign Language Interpreters (HASLI)
IDEO Deaf Children’s Parents Group
Vietnam Hearing Impaired Children Supporting Group
Vietnam Hearing Impaired Children’s Parents Group
Vietnam Hearing Impaired Children’s Parents Club
Quang Ninh Hearing Impaired Children
Hearing Impaired People
Hearing Impaired Children’s Parents Supporting
Hearing Impared Children’s Parents Club
As a special school for deaf students, it is responsible for:
- Education for hearing impaired students under specialized elementary program.
- Provide counseling and guidance for early intervention for parents of deaf students under 6 years old.
- Vocational guidance for the high school students. Convince organizations and individuals to assist students in studying and participating in social integration activities.
Address: 50 Truong Lam Street, Duc GIang Ward, Long Bien District, Hanoi
Phone: 04 38 772 748, 04 38 273 850
Sign Language Club – Thuy Loi University
Hue Hearing Impaired People
Nhan Chinh Deaf School – Hanoi is a NGO, established in August 1990 under the auspices of the Hanoi Red Cross. The school opened its first school year in September 1991.
– The number of students is from 70 to 90 annually
– Number of teachers and staff: from 18 to 22 people
Is a NPO targeting deaf children living in Hanoi and neighboring provinces.
Hearing Impaired People
Teaching for deaf children form primary school to secondary school.
The center was established in 1998 under the name of “Hearing Impaired Classroom” and later “Hearing Impaired Center”.
Students with disabilities Supporting Project help the students disabilities that who are studying at Universities or Colleges
National education program for deaf students in Hanoi.
“Listen by eyes” is a project that teach Deaf how to product cinema and how to product cinema with Deaf. These are the first steps of Deaf in the world of the Seventh Art. With this, we hope that Deaf can “tell” their stories by the cinema language. And through cinema, somehow, the unique of Deaf Culture and the beaty of Sign Language will touch our hearts.
Thuan An Disabilities Education Center is a boarding school for deaf children, having over 300 – 5 to 20 years old – students.
Address: B43 Binh Duc, Lai Thieu Town, Binh Duong Province
Điện thoại: 0650 743007- 0650 755587
Fax: 0650 743007
Lam Dong Hearing Impaired School is a place for physical education and nurturing, listening and speaking are rehabilitated, helping to consolidate literacy and numeracy for children to communicate and integrate into the community. Currently, the school has 13 classes with more than 90 deaf students are led by 34 dedicated teachers and teachers.
Sign Language Dictionary
The training program for deaf youths for Hoa Sua School has been implemented since 1997. It has trained textile, embroidery for about 600 young people with hearing impairment and disability. This is a hard vocational program because most children in local areas do not have enough education. Go to Hoa Sua, the children have to learned sign language at the same time as major. At the end of the training period, 100% of the children were introduced to textile enterprises or embroidery stores across the country. Some enterprises: Duong Gia garment company, Chula garment company, Xuan fashion house…
Dom Dom Studio – The first Vietnamese communication project was founded by and intended for People with disabilities
Hy Vong 1 is a special education and vocational school for people with hearing impaired at 3 ages: kindergarten, elementary school, high school. In addition, it also has academic and vocational classed, gifted classes such as music classes, dance classes …
Established in 2014 under the name of Huong Giang Disabled Children Relief House and renamed to Huong Giang Supporting and Early Intervention Center for Disabled Children in 2015.
Hanoi Sign Language Education Center have deaf teachers teaching sign language for both deaf & hearing students with support from hearing volunteer interpreters.
The first project in Vietnam focusing on pre-school Deaf children. The project is funded by Japan Social Development Fund through the World Bank and implemented by World Concern Development Organization from 2011 – 2016
The center has a cultural and vocational education program for the deaf and the sign language for deaf and hearing people.
A voluntary network including non-governmental organizations, the civil society organizations and individuals who Vietnam work together for the goal of education for all Vietnam (VEFA) and the protection of children’s rights, rights of women, ethnic minority groups and other vulnerable groups
Vietnam Hearing Impaired People
Hands for Vietnam is a non-profit organization that exists to provide sign language training and resources for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing people in Central Vietnam, as well as to the communities that support them. Jeff Haney serves as the Executive Director of Hands for Vietnam. His interest in sign language began in high school, and he went on to complete both his Bachelor and Master degrees in Deaf Education at the University of Tennessee. Jeff has worked as a deaf educator in a public high school, a free-lance sign language interpreter, an insurance agent, and Manager of Bread of Life, a restaurant employing deaf people in Da Nang, Vietnam. Since moving to Vietnam, he has become an avid mountain biker who likes to say he has “biked places no foreigner has ever seen.” Jeff’s love for God, his family, and the deaf people of Vietnam motivate his work daily.
CED is committed to helping the Hearing Impaired to join society, building a positive image of the Hearing Impaired community as a bridge to join together people with and without hearing loss people.
Address: Số 96/14A, Đường Duy Tân, Phường 15, Quận Phú Nhuận, TP.HCM
Tel: 08 6683 7494
DRD is committed to help PWDs be self-confident, and increase their quality of life in a non-discriminatory environment by raising the awareness of PWDs and the public, increasing capacity for PWDs, and promoting advocacy.
Address: 91/8E Hòa Hưng, P.12, Q.10, Tp.HCM
Tel: (84-8) 38 68 48 58 (#112)
Fax: (84-8) 39 79 88 15
Hotline: 0985 370 314
Accessibility Map is a project of DRD Vietnam to realize the application of the Vietnam Law on People with Disabilities (effective from 01/01/2011). The project aims to improve the accessibility of PWD and raise the public awareness on the needs for barrier free access to civil and public buildings.
AEPD is Designed to meet the needs of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs), Supporting People with Disabilities are constantly Striving for an inclusive society chứa People with Disabilities are not Barriers to Promote Their potencial, equal access and a positive contribution to the community and the nation.
Mobilizing all potential resources and support from international and domestic philanthropists to facilitate social integration for PWD and orphans.
Address: 33B, Phùng Khắc Khoan, Phường Đa Kao, Quận 1,Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh
DP Hanoi’s mission is to raise awareness and contribute to the protection of PWDs legitimate rights and interests through advocacy, capacity building, fund-raising, access to social services, education and employment.
Address: Tầng 5, Cung trí thức Hà Nội, Lô D25* Trần Thái Tông, Cầu Giấy, Hà Nội
Viet-Nam Assistance for the Handicapped (VNAH) is a nonprofit, nonpolitical, tax-exempt charitable organization founded in 1991 to assist the war amputees and other disabled in Viet-Nam. Its overall purpose is to assist the disabled in Viet-Nam to overcome their disability and to lead a richer and fuller life.
US Mail: PO Box 6554 McLean, Virginia 22106-6554
Phone: (703) 847.9582
Mainstreaming sign language to create opportunities for the deaf to study, work and integrate with their families and the society.
Coordinate and promote government policies, programs and resources for people with disabilities. The NCCD includes 22 members representing key government ministries as well as members from the community of people with disabilities.
Promote a barrier-free society for people with disabilities
Address: Mobility International USA 132 E. Broadway, Suite 343 Eugene, Oregon USA 97401
Tel: +1 (541) 343-1284
Fax: +1 (541) 343-6812
ACDC (Action to the Community Development Center) is a local NGO with a legal status working to empower communities of people with disabilities and other mariganized groups (poor farmers, ethnic minority and women). It was formed by a group of experienced activists who have intensive experience in working in this area and share the same idea to establish a non-governmental organization to empower people with disabilities and other mariganized groups in Vietnam. Mission: We exist for the sustainable development of Vietnam’s disability community other mariganized groups.
The “Asia-Pacific Development Center on Disability (APCD)” is a regional center on disability and development.
Address: APCD Bldg., 255 Rajvithi Rd., Rajthevi, Bangkok 10400 Thailand
The Will to Live Center, a Social Enterprise, operates in the field of supporting and assisting the handicapped’s integration completely through training, orienting and consulting in order to help disabled people find suitable jobs and sources to consume their products. By doing this, the handicapped will buid up their confidence, find it easy to integrate into community and lessen social and familial burdens.
Handicap International is an independent and impartial international aid organization working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. Working alongside people with disabilities and other vulnerable groups, our actions and testimony are focused on responding to their essential needs, improving their living conditions and promoting respect for their dignity and their fundamental rights.
Independent living center (ILC) is not accommodation. It is a community-based non-profit organization where disabled persons raise awareness and give consultation to disabled person on IL, encourage their peers to work and integrate, and provide intensive assistance to people of different disabilities
To contribute to the structural improvement of the health of disadvantaged groups in South East Asia by developing evidence-based participatory models that build capacity and focus on the major determinants of population health.
The Special Education Program is the product of the project “Strengthening the partnership between the State and social organizations to improve access to education for young people with disabilities” implementated by the Vietnam Institute of Education Sciences , Ministry of Education and Training, and Caritas.