project lifecycle expanded its education programme this year using our schools UN Day 2019 to investigate 3 topics basic newborn care, importance of breastmilk and antibiotic care. We wanted to produce information which would be interesting to people our age, knowledge is power and informed discussions are key, even from a young age


Today was the turn of Year 2, and we shared with them our project and its ideas. They loved the hands washing dance we taught them, and were so well behaved!


Today Year 4, 5, and 6 were introduced to Project Lifecycle. Teams went into each class and spoke about our mission, and created great enthusiasm amongst the students to join our fundraising events in May. 

This is the first time many of them have been made aware of the need for basic case and infection control in hospitals, and the work that Newborns Vietnam have done to improve the situation.

Project Lifecycle

Project lifecycle was born from the belief that educating students about the need for service is key to a young person’s education. Ten Year 12 students at Renaissance International School Saigon have worked since September on creating awareness in their school of the issues NBV is trying to address throughout Vietnam. In March they visited the Women and Children’s hospital in DaNang to see for themselves the work done by the dedicated staff. In May they will run several fundraising activities within their school community, as well as an education programme throughout the school. They’ve even organised the first ever international school triathlon! A core community belief is in the sense of responsibility to help in whatever way they can to reduce infant mortality throughout Vietnam.

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