Since 1994, Hoa Sua School School supports vulnerable youth who include orphans, street children, children of war invalids, children of extremely poor families, ethnic minority youth, hearing-impaired and physically disabled youth, as well as abused and trafficked women. For the past few years, we have been fully self-reliant in all aspects of our school activities and have maintained the number of disadvantaged young people who are helped. Nowadays, the school continues to find more options to expand and increase the number of students, and create new jobs.
The Hoa Sua School for Disadvantaged Youth has developed an innovative model to help reduce poverty in Vietnam and meet the demands of the tourism and service sectors. This is accomplished by providing free vocational education for disadvantaged youth and youth with disabilities, and practical skills-based training with close links to local enterprises using an effective, sustainable business model.
Hoa Sua School has trained over 6000 students since the school was established in 1994 and currently has a graduate employment rate of 100%. The school has remained largely self-sustaining with the establishment of 7 successful school-run enterprises that provide students with on-the-job training and practical experience. The Hot Sua model has provided disadvantaged youth with the skills necessary for them to be better integrated into Vietnam’s economy.
The Hoa Sua school for Disadvantaged Youth as the first and continues to be the leading private vocational training school in Vietnam. Since the school was established, it has developed a reputation both in Vietnam and internationally for its high quality restaurants and cafes serving Vietnamese as well as European-inspired foods.