Renovations for the 10 years of The Peaceful Bamboo Family

By Association Eurasia

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Eurasia has been working for over 20 years to care for children and adolescents living with disabilities. Their objective is to support and advise professionals in specialized education and public authorities, in the establishment of successful educational systems, that in time independent from external aid, guaranteeing autonomy, empowerment and sustainability of projects.

The Peaceful Bamboo Family (TTG= Tinh Truc Gia)

Tinh Truc Gia=TTG, The Peaceful Bamboo Family a vocational training and living community for people living with disabilities in Hue, Vietnam, was inaugurated in 2009, exactly 10 years ago. It all started with a strong and authentic wish to bring Happiness and Wellbeing to people living with disabilities, to ourselves, but also Mother Earth and the society at large.
We started with a courageous and visionary Eurasia team of about 8 people( with many friends supporting from far) and a group of about 12 people living with disabilities

Now the community counts about 90 people : co workers, children in the inclusive Kindergarten, youngsters from adolescent class and adults living with disabilities
A thriving and dynamic community around a wonderful biodynamic garden, many handicraft workshops, a training center and a lovely tea house welcome many guests !
TTG is spreading Happiness and Wellbeing far beyond the community, inspiring others to put in the Center of their life the wish to serve others, to include all those who are « different » and to be Happy!

As the centre’s 10th anniversary approaches, we are fundraising for some essential renovations.

We thank you for your support!

The Eurasia, Tinh Truc Gia and ELI team

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Team Members

Camille Van

Hai Nguyen Phuoc

Lisi Ha Vinh