Assitance fund for pregnant students

Child bearing is a sacred honour of womanhood, however, right now, there is an alarming percentage of unplanned pregnancies.

One of the consequences of which is the high rate of abortion. Female students who are pregnant tend to be embarrassed, shy and isolated regarding for their situation, because of that, in November 2017, the Vietnamese Students Union, in cooperation with a number of Civil Society Organisations and partners have founded an ASSISTANCE FUND FOR PREGNANT STUDENTS.

We are aiming to offer assistance to minimise the difficulties and trauma of having to go through a termination or the morning after pill. Our association will help with some of the costs for, food, milk and accommodation for pregnant students. At the same time we will campaign the universities to arrange better study timetables to encourage and enable students to continue their education during pregnancy.

Anyone in need of assistance, please contact the Vietnamese Students Union for Human Rights, please enrolment to info@nghiepdoansinhvien.org or ngockim@nghiepdoansinhvien.org

In case of emergency, please contact the following number for advice and assistance:+44 7490 9483 85 (please ask for Ngoc Kim).

Our association guarantees to secure the privacy and confidentiality of the students who came to us for our help. Under normal circumstances we will not disclose any details to any third party without your permission.

Please share this message with your friends and spread the word on behalf of the association, its aims and objectives promoting pro-life.

Update to 22 Jan 2018, we have helped 03 pregnant women.

With sincere appreciations,
Vietnamese Students Union .

 

 

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