Ethnic Minorities and Handicraft
Ethnic Minorities and Handicraft
Ethnic Minorities and Handicraft

Our Sustainable Projects

Easia Travel is partner of several projects which aim is to preserve the environment and/or improve the living conditions of the local people.

 

For a Green Halong Bay

 

The “For a Green Halong Bay" Project aims at improving the economic situations of the residents of Halong Bay and protecting the tourism potential of the area. To achieve these goals, raising awareness and aquaculture training actions were set up in two fishing villages (Cong Dam and VungVieng) with the support of international experts.

 

Easia Travel supports the International Association BATIK by intervening as a financial and operational partner.

For several years now, Easia Travel has been working in partnership with BATIK International to improve the living conditions of the underprivileged in Vietnam through diverse actions of development assistance or training like in the other project "Ethnic Minorities and Handicraft" in Ha Giang.

 

 

Ethnic Minorities and Handicraft

 

For several years now, Easia Travel has been working in partnership with BATIK International to improve the living conditions of the underprivileged in Vietnam through diverse actions of development assistance or training.

 

With this project, Hmong women from Ha Giang have been organized under cooperative law in order to preserve their ancestral knowledge and improve their economic and social living standard.

Today, these cooperatives are still running. Among the basic goals, significant results were noticed and brought long-term improvement to the community. Women are empowered through developing skills in management, business development, and marketing. Thanks to the knowledge and confidence gained, they are now able to make new products with excellent quality.

 

"Phu Nu, Empowerment of the Women in the industrial zones in Vietnam"

Phu Nu (woman in Vietnamese) project is led by BATIK International and cooperated with different partners: GRET, CDI (Centre for development and integration) and Easia Travel. The project aims to improve the living conditions and social inclusion of women in both formal and informal sectors of the peri-industrial areas of Hai Duong and Vinh Phuc provinces.

The project will impact on women and allow them to exchange information with each other, participate in clubs that specially raise concern of their situations, and improve their living conditions.

The project also seeks to strengthen women’s social rights. This is achieved through improving the coordination of local services and raise awareness among targeted stakeholders (businesses, landlords and local authorities).