The purpose of the final external evaluation was to provide the Spanish Red Cross (SRC) and Vietnam Red Cross (VNRC) with an in-depth analysis of the “Employment Plan for People with Disabilities and other Vulnerable Groups in Vietnam, in the Provinces of the North Highlands, through Training, Equipment Supply and Technical Assistance”. The analysis would yield information and feedback on project results, leading to recommendations for improvements of the design and planning of future phases. The project, funded by the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development (AECID) and implemented by the SRC in local partnership with the VNRC, aimed to provide 800 beneficiaries (BNF) (people with physical disabilities (PWD), ethnic minorities and poor women) in three provinces (Hoa Binh, Quang Ninh and Lam Dong) with vocational training to improve their professional capacity, accessibility to employment and level of social integration. 

Peace House Shelter Project supporting victims of trafficking in persons was established in March 2007 and provides shelter for 15-20 residents along with such services as safe accommodation, health care, psychological care, legal aids and vocational training. While shelter residents can stay for no longer than 18 months, they continue to receive follow-up support for the following 24 months.

Peace House Shelter Project supporting victims of trafficking in persons was established in March 2007 and provides shelter for 15-20 residents at a certain day (up to now has supported nearly 200 victims) along with such services as safe accommodation, health care, psychological care, legal aids and vocational training. MKE completed a Mid-term Evaluation of this Project.

The purpose of the final external evaluation was to provide the Spanish Red Cross (SRC) and Vietnam Red Cross (VNRC) with an in-depth analysis of the “Employment Plan for People with Disabilities and other Vulnerable Groups in Vietnam, in the Provinces of the North Highlands, through Training, Equipment Supply and Technical Assistance”. The analysis would yield information and feedback on project results, leading to recommendations for improvements of the design and planning of future phases. The project, funded by the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development (AECID) and implemented by the SRC in local partnership with the VNRC, aimed to provide 800 beneficiaries (BNF) (people with physical disabilities (PWD), ethnic minorities and poor women) in three provinces (Hoa Binh, Quang Ninh and Lam Dong) with vocational training to improve their professional capacity, accessibility to employment and level of social integration.