Education and healthcare are a disadvantage for the poor in Vietnam. The lack of supporting public services in the rural mountains, large household size, low education and skills, and dependency on agriculture contribute to poverty in rural areas, so these were the focus of our outreach in this country.
In 2007, All For One Foundation provided medical care by hosting a clinic, providing supplies and medical staff to perform needed surgeries in rural communities in Vietnam.
The hosted traveling clinic provided basic medical resources to the communities in rural areas. There is a great need for continued assistance in the support of residents in rural communities. The medical staff offered needed surgeries for hundreds living in underserved communities.
- Vietnam’s population in 2020 is over 97 million.
- 9% live in poverty as reported by World Population Review.