The real estate developer works with a children's NGO to help disadvantaged girls continue to go to school and be equipped with the necessary soft skills.
A representative of Masterise Group met with a representative of Room to Read, marking the companionship with the program "Supporting education for girls".
Last March 8th,
Masterise Group announced to accompany the program "Educational support for female students" implemented by Room to Read at schools in 3 districts of Tam Binh (Vinh Long), Tra Cu (Tra Vinh), Can Giuoc (Long An). .
Masterise Group and Room to Read will accompany the female students in a comprehensive support program consisting of 4 components: life skills education, counseling (individual and group), community-family-school connection. and provide material support to disadvantaged female students.
Room to Read is an international NGO working in the field of educational support for children. According to this unit, over the past time, the complicated development of the Covid-19 epidemic has made studying more and more difficult for female students and the risk of them dropping out of school and losing their voice is increasing. than.
“The world needs more stories about women. To do that, it is very important to nurture and support schoolgirls to become new storytellers, a new generation full of inspiration, "a representative of Room to Read shared.
Masterise Group is one of the first enterprises in Vietnam to accompany Room to Read globally in the program "Supporting education for girls".
According to Ms. Sylvia Lee, Director of Marketing Communications at Masterise Homes, through educational support, Masterise Group wishes to contribute to empowering girls so that they have the necessary knowledge and create a bright future together. brighter.
“Hopefully, the companionship of Masterise Group will not only facilitate children to access comprehensive education, but also spread this meaningful program, so that more female students can receive the help of the business. industry and community”, emphasized Ms. Sylvia Lee.