LIVE IN VIETNAM’S INDUSTRIAL ZONES
AND LACK ACCESS TO QUALITY EARLY CHILDCARE
Around 3.5 million migrant workers in Vietnam, 80% of whom are women, work in local factories.
For these women, accessing basic childcare is a struggle. Most migrant families earn a household income of less than $170 per month and face a rising demand for affordable quality childcare in Vietnam’s industrial zones.
OneSky’s Early Learning Center in Da Nang hires and trains local women to provide high-quality early care to children between 6 months and 6 years old.
The Center models global standards in best practices and is OneSky’s childcare training hub for Vietnam’s industrial zones. Together with the Vietnamese government, OneSky is expanding the capacity and quality of childcare across Vietnam.
OneSky believes every child has the right to receive loving, nurturing care and quality early education.
See for yourself, in the video below, how the Centre is giving 250 children of migrant factory workers the chance to thrive each day.