Make an Impact for the New Year!

We want our students to wake up every day knowing we can change the world! Together.

Did you know that your child voted for us to create a UNIS Botanical Garden and a Solar Power Project?

We asked our students what they want to create through the UNIS Impact Fund… and they told us loud and clear with nearly 900 votes for the two projects!

Creating a greener campus and a living, learning experience with movable oases of plants and trees was our community’s Number One idea choice! And hard on its heels was exploring and implementing solar power possibilities at UNIS in partnership with local agencies.

Comments from students during the voting process were very clear that they want to feel empowered to make a difference, both here in Hanoi but also to contribute their ‘teaspoon of change’ to the climate crises we watch unfold on the news daily.

Now we need your help to make those dreams come true by raising $100,000 USD through community fundraising!

You can make a gift today directly to the UNIS Impact Fund with one of our easy gift options – and EVERY GIFT COUNTS! Please support our students and their plans to make the world a better place, and help make the projects that your child voted for become a reality!

CLICK HERE to find out how you can make a gift

Our Big Ideas for the Year of the Rat!

Planning for both projects is just starting with our community taskforce groups of students, teachers, staff, parents and alumni!
We look forward to bringing you regular updates as the projects start to take shape and please email us at impact@unishanoi.org if you would like to be more involved.

UNIS Botanical Garden

GOAL: Greening our campus with a living, learning experience! Multiple, movable oases of plants and trees focusing on sustainable solutions, integrated into our curriculum and enhancing our learning environment.

IMPACT?

  • Greening by design with a plant collection curated by our learning community.
  • Sensory plants, practical plants, medicinal plants, international diversity, bio-diversity – inspiring endless possibilities for learning.
  • Campus indoor and outdoor planting in pots; both Vietnamese artisanal pots and self-watering plant pots, made from recycled waste, using recycled water.
  • Movable and scalable – Growing collection to be added to year on year.
  • Improve AQI, reduce CO2, create shade, improve aesthetics, learning environment benefits.
  • Learning connections – Plant life cycles, data projects etc – All plants linked to an online digital catalogue.
    (Developed from proposals from a teacher and parents)

Solar Energy – Prototyping Renewable Energy

GOAL: Explore and implement solar power possibilities at UNIS. Prototyping solutions in partnership with local agencies, designed to scale with strategic campus planning. Rooftop panels creating clean energy partnered with energy saving campaign.

IMPACT?

  • Environmental impact of producing clean energy on campus.
  • Powering our own school needs – Potential to also contribute to grid.
  • Urgent need in Vietnam – Government priority for development – Community partners involved.
  • First step to campus wide solar plan – Philanthropy kick-start strategic plan.
  • Learning connections – energy, engineering, environment, data etc.
  • To include a solar tree or flower at ground level for our younger students to make connections and to demonstrate our community’s commitment more visibly.(Developed from proposals from students, faculty and parents.)

CLICK HERE to find out more about the UNIS Impact Fund

“My New Year’s Resolution is…

to make an Impact for a better world…”

As we start a new year, it would be wonderful to reward our amazing students and make their wishes for the world come true. They have told us what they want – Solar Power and a Botanical Garden – Let’s make it happen together!

Please consider making your gift to the UNIS Impact Fund as part of your new year’s resolutions and show the students we care!
78% of the votes for the Impact Fund projects were from our students who are really excited about these projects – Lets have at least that number of families supporting their projects!
We even have Diploma students engaging with project teams and ideas for Extended Essays with the projects! But we can only make an impact on learning with your help!
EVERY GIFT COUNTS and add up to create big funds! And we may be able to access external funding if we demonstrate significant solidarity as a community with high participation from our community.
Also, if you have time and would like to join one of the project task forces, email impact@unishanoi.org and we will welcome you as they develop this month with teams of students, faculty, staff and parents. Watch this space for updates on our Solar Power project and the plans for our UNIS Hanoi Botanical Garden!
A big THANK YOU to our early givers who have already pledged their support in the first month of our campaign!

TOTAL TODAY: $32,072 USD

 

Happy Holidays!

On behalf of our leadership team I would like to take this opportunity to wish each and everyone a wonderful Winter Break filled with health, peace and happiness.

I hope that you will all enjoy time with your family and friends, celebrating the end of a successful year and resting and rejuvenating for the start of a new one.

It has been a busy season of festivals and fun at School and I hope you enjoy some of these highlights from our Winter Service Festival with students from all Divisions working hard to help make a better world – the best gift anyone can give!

Warm regards
Jane McGee
Head of School

Dear Santa…

“I would like to make an Impact for a better world…”

As we head for the holidays, it would be wonderful to reward our amazing students and make their wishes for the world come true.

They have told us what they want – Solar Power and a Botanical Garden – Let’s make it happen together!

Please consider making your gift to the UNIS Impact Fund during Winter Break and we can announce to the students a significant show of solidarity and support for their ideas in the new year!
78% of the votes for the Impact Fund projects were from our students – Lets have at least that number of families supporting their projects!
We even have Diploma students engaging with project teams and ideas for Extended Essays with the projects! But we can only make an impact on learning with your help!
EVERY GIFT COUNTS and add up to create big funds! And we may be able to access external funding if we demonstrate significant solidarity as a community with high participation from our community.
If you would like to join one of the project task forces, email impact@unishanoi.org and we will welcome you as they develop in January with teams of students, faculty, staff and parents!
A big THANK YOU to our early givers who have already pledged their support in the first two weeks of our campaign!
TOTAL TODAY: $31,113 USD

Impact Fund Big Ideas Announced!

The UNIS Impact Fund is new this year and is designed to empower our students to change the world!

And this week the Impact Fund Committee listened to the voice of our community and approved two Big Idea Goals for this year’s community fundraising. Next week we will be writing to our community with more information and asking for your support for:

  1. UNIS Botanical Garden – A moveable learning ‘jungle’ on campus, greening the School and providing powerful learning opportunities!
  2. UNIS Solar Power – Prototyping renewable energy on campus with both roof panels and a solar tree for our new Botanical Garden!

The Impact Fund Committee were delighted with the level of response from our students with 54% of all students registering their preference for the offered projects.

There were a total of 1267 votes cast by students, faculty, parents, staff and alumni for the three different projects! THANK YOU!

These Big Ideas will only become reality with everyone’s help!
We plan to raise $100,000 USD through community fundraising this year and it starts next week!

And at the same time as the fundraising campaign, we will have two small taskforces from the Impact Fund Committee of students, faculty, staff and parents working together on the plans for the Big Ideas (with the proposal authors and School Admin), and we will share the plans with you as more details develop. The outline plans have already undergone considerable community and expert consultation and we know they are both viable within our fundraising goal.

If you would like to get involved and help the Impact Fund Committee with the project development or with the fundraising, please contact impact@unishanoi.org.

 

Which Big Idea will you choose?

This week our community is joining in the decision making for our UNIS Impact Fund Big Ideas! Every student, teacher, staff, parent and alumni student has been invited to chose from the three shortlisted ideas – what would you chose?

1. UN Rights of the Child Community Mosaic – a permanent campus artwork on the front of our Centre for the Arts created by our community in partnership with a famous local artist, to celebrate 30 Years of the Rights of the Child and our unique identity.

2. Greening UNIS – A Mobile Campus Forest – creating an urban jungle with self-watering plant pots, made from recycled waste and using recycled water – improving our learning environment.

3. Solar Energy – Prototyping Renewable Energy – working with NGO partners to kickstart our own clean energy created on campus with rooftop solar panels. Potential to contribute to the grid and help with an urgent local need.

Learning will be built into all the projects for all our community. Find out more: https://www.unishanoi.org/BigIdeas

DON’T FORGET TO GIVE US YOUR CHOICE!

The Impact Fund Committee will decide next week which projects are adopted for our first UNIS Impact Fund’raising campaign with a goal of $100,000 USD. And they want to hear our community voice loud and clear! Don’t let them down – give us your feedback today. THANK YOU!

National Solutions Summit

To celebrate 30 Years of the Rights of the Child Convention, UNICEF and UNIS partnered to deliver a National Solutions Summit addressing the five top problems faced by young people in Vietnam!

Our Grade 10 and 11 student leaders partnered with students from BIS to facilitate visiting teams from across Vietnam to tackle;

  • Violence at school (including bullying)
  • Climate change and environment (including air pollution)
  • Pressure to perform at school
  • Sexual abuse
  • Healthy and safe living (road safety, substance abuse)

Twelve teams from Hanoi, HCMC, Danang, Central Highlands and the northern province of Dien Bien convened at UNIS for two days of intensive problem solving and workshop’ing all guided and led by our UNIS students.

The UNIS and BIS student leaders had already spent a weekend training and planning at the start of the month and their new skills were in evidence as they worked with their teams skillfully and with dedication last weekend.

At the end of the weekend, all 12 teams pitched their ideas, ‘Shark Tank’ style to a panel of judges from UNICEF and MoLISA.

The four winning teams with their ideas to solve bullying at school, academic pressure to perform and climate change will continue to work with UNICEF in their localities to implement their ideas and present the outcomes to the government next year.

Congratulations to UNIS Grade 10 and 11 students for their hard work, dedication, leadership and passion to support change in Vietnam for their peers – UNIS students living our Vision!

UNICEF National Solutions Summit UNIS leaders were: Minh Trang Dao, Victoria Tran, Binh Vu, Linh Ngo, Mai An Nguyen, Hang Vy Le, Minh Kieu, Thao Pham, Ly Nguyen, Mo Bui, Thu An Vo, Mai Linh Neefjes and Phuong Thao Do.

Impact Fund Big Ideas – The Shortlist!

Its an exciting moment… the Big Ideas shortlist is ready to share!

And over the next 10 days we want ALL members of our community to give us their feedback before the final decisions are made!

Since the start of the year, the Impact Fund Committee has gathered Big Ideas from the community and has spent the last weeks digging deeper into those ideas to see which ones might be possible.

Yesterday (Thursday November 14) the Committee agreed the shortlist for community input:

1. UN Rights of the Child Mosaic – Community art project
2. A Greener UNIS – Mobile Campus Forest
3. Solar Power – Prototyping renewable energy to power our campus

Every student, faculty, staff, parent and alumni student will be asked for their input on the choice before the final decision is made! So watch out in your inbox next week for more information.

We want to understand what our community values as the priority for our first Big Ideas. We will be working together to to make our student and faculty Big Ideas happen through our Impact Fund’raising!

We aim to raise at least $100,000 USD through our Impact Fund’raising this year and so the Impact Fund Committee will select and approve the projects that they believe will best serve our community within that budget – but will allow for scaling should we be more successful through our community’s generosity!

Look out for more information in a Tin Tuc Special next week showcasing the shortlisted projects with more detailed information and with a link to a simple form for your input.

Questions? impact@unishanoi.org

UNIS Impact Fund – First Grants Approved!

Student and community ideas are already being put into action!

Thanks to the UNIS Impact Fund and the partnership with the School Community Organisation for its Grants Programme, our students and faculty will soon be working to deliver the following projects:

  • Teaching music to disadvantaged youth with Ukeles provided by the UNIS Impact Fund
  • Plastic pollution reduction through an art exhibition and the stories told by re-usable shopping bags provided by the UNIS Impact Fund
  • Artist in residence to demonstrate and teach traditional Vietnamese Textile Art

This week the UNIS Impact Fund Grants Committee met and reviewed 11 Grant applications from students, teachers and parents and approved three for immediate action!

Three more proposals were asked for further development, and approval in concept and principal was given for UNIS Beekeeping to develop a detailed proposal. All of these Grants are possible thanks to the generous support of the School Community Organisation (SCO) who have donated 20,000 USD to support small projects with a special emphasis on promoting advocacy, risk taking, prototyping and piloting and all with Learning Impact at the centre.

So many great projects making an impact in our community! If you have an idea for a grant proposal we want to hear from you. The UNIS Impact Fund is open for Grant applications all year round – Find out more!

Thanks to the Impact Fund Grants Sub-Committee which has representation from all members of the community:
Chair: Iraj deSilva (Parent)
Members: Chris Behr (SCO), Emma Silva (Admin), Gareth Harrison Poole (Parent), Eddie Lee (G10 student), Vilma Nikklasson (G5 Student), Lily Liu (Faculty), Hanh Bich (Staff).

Meanwhile…

The Impact Fund Committee’s Feasibility Assessment Taskforce is currently mid-review for six potential Big Idea GOALS, interviewing the proposal authors, local experts and School administrators to ensure we can really make the projects work!

We are extremely fortunate to have expert community members both on the Impact Fund Committee and in the Taskforce with decades of experience in assessing, developing, delivering and monitoring projects of this kind and we are confident that all the right questions are being asked and all the necessary information is being gathered to develop and explore all of the possible ideas that have been shortlisted this far.

We are keeping all the projects under wraps at the moment, but the Committee will meet on November 14 to provide a shortlist which will be communicated to the community and all students will be invited to vote and give the Impact Fund Committee their feedback as they face final decision making for the Big Ideas at the end of November.

The final Big Ideas for the UNIS Impact Fund’raising Community Campaign 2019-2020 will be announced in the Tin Tuc on November 29.

And we will be sending out information for how you can support our students make their dreams come true to help change the world with a donation to our Community Campaign 2019-2020 which will launch just before the Winter Break.

QUESTIONS? Please see the UNIS Impact Fund website for more information or email impact@unishanoi.org

Impact Fund – Updates

It has been an exciting couple of weeks for the Impact Fund Committee. And here is what we can tell you so far!

We had 26 proposals from the community for a wonderful range of projects – both for Big Idea GOALS and for Project GRANTS.

The Impact Fund Committee has reviewed them all and the Feasibility Assessment Taskforce is currently reviewing six potential Big Idea GOALS, interviewing the proposal authors, local experts and School administrators to ensure we can really make the projects work!

We are extremely fortunate to have expert community members both on the Impact Fund Committee and in the Taskforce with decades of experience in assessing, developing, delivering and monitoring projects of this kind and we are confident that all the right questions are being asked and all the necessary information is being gathered to develop and explore all of the possible ideas that have been shortlisted this far.

We are keeping all the projects under wraps at the moment, but the Committee will meet on November 14 to provide a shortlist which will be communicated to the community and all students will be invited to vote and give the Impact Fund Committee their feedback as they face final decision making for the Big Ideas at the end of November.

The final Big Ideas for the UNIS Impact Fund’raising Community Campaign 2019-2020 will be announced in the Tin Tuc on November 29.

For the small Project GRANTS, the Sub-Committee will meet on November 5 and the first round of Grants will be approved and proposal authors will be notified the same day!

We will be announcing those first GRANT awards, funded thanks to the generous support for the UNIS Impact Fund by the School Community Organisation, in next week’s Tin Tuc. We look forward to bringing you stories of Impact unfolding as the year goes on.

And we will be sending out information for how you can support our students make their dreams come true to help change the world with a donation to our Community Campaign 2019-2020 which will launch before the Winter Break.

A huge thank you to the Impact Fund Committee for their hard work and commitment:

  • Co-Chairs: Emma Silva (Director of Advancement) and Iraj de Silva (Parent)
  • SCO Executive member: Chris Behr
  • Parent members: Sandra Le Courtois and Gareth Harrison Poole
  • Student members:
    • ES: Vilma Niklasson (SDG Guardians) and ES Student Council member
    • MS: Beatrice Reilly G8 and Andy Choi G8
    • HS: Solene Shelley G10 and Eddie Lee G10
  • Faculty members: 
    • ES: Christy Heitmiller
    • MS & HS: Qingli Liu 
  • VN Staff: Han Bich Hanh and Nguyen Thi Bich Hien
  • Admin member: Megan Brazil
  • Board member: Michelle Dinh Jones
  • Alumni member: Emmanuel Selvanayagam (Class of 2003)

QUESTIONS? Please see the UNIS Impact Fund website for more information or email impact@unishanoi.org

UN Day – All you need to know!

UNIS Hanoi truly brings the world together every day and on Monday we celebrate unity in diversity and all that can be achieved when we work as one.

831 students are involved in our annual Assembly this year. That is 72% of all our students! Don’t miss it! 

The traditional Assembly is the culminating event of our SDG Week. This week, all our students have been involved in projects supporting the UN’s Agenda 2030 and towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

THE UN DAY ASSEMBLY WILL START AT 11.00 on MONDAY

(The time change is unavoidable and we apologise for any inconvenience caused by the 30 minutes delayed start to our celebrations.)

To help you enjoy our event please note the following:

  • Parking is extremely limited. Please plan to be dropped off and collected if you have a driver or take a taxi. Overflow parking is possible along the street outside the main gate and Gate 4, under the direction of our security staff.

  • Entrance to campus for families (and relatives) is at Gate 1 and Gate 5. Please wear your Parent ID Badge. Relatives/Visitors without ID badges will be asked to sign in with an ID/passport and wear a Visitor ID. Please allow extra time for a smooth arrival. Sign-in for families will be possible at both Gate 1 and Gate 5.

  • The assembly takes place in our Sports Centre. Seats for parents are in the central blocks or on the tiered seating at the back. You can also watch from the upstairs balcony for a great view!

  • Please plan to be in your seats by 10.50. The doors will close at 11.00 for the Parade of Nations and no entry will be possible until it is finished.

  • Please be respectful when taking photos or filming during the event. We will have a team of photographers capturing activities in the morning as well as at the Assembly which will be livestreamed (and recorded). Photos will be shared after the event for all.

  • Share the Livestream Link with your friends and families so they can join in with your children!

  • Our ‘Take Action’ SDG photo booth will be in front of the canteen with a professional photographer from 8.30-13.00. All photos will be available through a shared link after the day. Please note there will not be a flags photo booth this year.

  • At the end of the assembly please stay in your seats to allow the students to safely exit the Sports Centre. You will join them for lunch in the grade level areas.

  • Please note the School playground will be open but WITHOUT School supervision during the Community Lunch. With respect to our faculty and staff enjoying the community lunch, our ‘Out of Hours Playground Rules’ apply which means if your ES children want to play, they must be accompanied by you or another adult with your consent. Thank you for your understanding.

  • Early Dismissal is 13.00. There are no ASAs/UMA/Academy classes and Bus Families have received notification of the revised schedule.

Thank you for your help and thank you for joining with us to celebrate UN Day in style!

Our students and faculty will be wearing their national dress costumes and we would be thrilled if you wanted to join them with your own!

What IF?

This week we asked our community “What IF?”

  • What IF you could change the world? Where would you start?
  • What IF there were no bystanders?
  • What IF you woke up every morning knowing your dreams can become plans?
  • What IF you had $100,000 USD to make change happen?
  • What IF you take action today?

And you can take action today! You can put forward your ideas for consideration by the UNIS Impact Fund Committee as a Big Idea GOAL for this year!

UN Day is on Monday and it is also our deadline for proposals for Big Ideas for the UNIS Impact Fund. What better way to spend the weekend than by submitting a proposal to help change the world?

New this year, the UNIS Impact Fund will support both Big Idea GOALS and smaller Project Funding GRANTS to ensure that our students wake up every morning knowing they can make a difference!

And at the moment, we want you to hear all your Big Idea GOALS with the October 21 deadline fast approaching!

This month the UNIS Impact Fund Committee will review all your Big Ideas and decide which ones go forward into the ‘feasibility phase’ this month. This gives the Committee time to work out with the School Admin which projects we might actually be able to implement – is it even possible?

Then the shortlist will go to a student vote and the UNIS Impact Fund Committee will decide which of the great ideas that we have received will get funding for up to $100,000 USD from our Community Impact Fund’raising Campaign.

You can read all the details on the UNIS Hanoi website and fill out the simple form to get the ideas rolling.

SHARE YOUR IDEAS TODAY!

So what better way to answer the question on Monday at UN Day with “What did you do this weekend?”

“I helped change the world.”

So You Want To Change The World?

The UNIS Impact Fund is designed to you help you do exactly that!

New this year, the UNIS Impact Fund will support both Big Idea GOALS and smaller Project Funding GRANTS to ensure that our students wake up every morning knowing they can make a difference!

And at the moment, we want you to hear all your Big Idea GOALS with the October 21 deadline fast approaching!

This month the Impact Fund Committee will review all your Big Ideas and decide which ones go forward into the ‘feasibility phase’ this month. This gives the Committee time to work out with the School Admin which projects we might actually be able to implement – is it even possible?

Then the shortlist will go to a student vote and the Impact Fund Committee will decide which of the great ideas that we have received will get funding for up to $100,000 USD from our Community Impact Fund’raising Campaign.

You can read all the details on the UNIS Hanoi website and fill out the simple form to get the ideas rolling.

SHARE YOUR IDEAS TODAY!

Impact Fund – What is your idea?

  • We believe that great ideas can come from anyone, anywhere, anytime!
  • We believe that education transforms lives and society!
  • We believe that together we can change the world!

And that is why our community created the UNIS Impact Fund which is designed to support both ‘Big Ideas’ through its annual GOALS and smaller ‘Project Ideas’ through its GRANTS programme.

But be it a ‘Big Idea’ or a smaller grant proposal, they will all have this in common: IMPACT on learning, IMPACT on our community and IMPACT on changing the world!

The UNIS Hanoi Impact Fund, new this year, supports projects and initiatives proposed by the School community to support the School’s Mission, Vision and Values and the UN’s SDGs. The Fund is designed to:

  • Engage and excite students – Student Impact!
  • Realise our ambitions as educators – Learning Impact!
  • Ensure opportunities for everyone – Community Impact!
  • Further our Mission, driven by our Values and Vision – Strategic Impact!
  • Deliver Agenda 2030 – World Impact!

Today we have opened the UNIS Impact Fund Ideas Application Form! And we want to hear from you! What is your idea?

It can be for either a ‘Big Idea’ which might be adopted by the School for our Impact Fund’raising campaign, or for a smaller grant award which can be put into action in the next weeks or months!

Your idea should create IMPACT, support the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and support the School in one of the following areas:

  • Sustainability initiatives
  • Service Learning
  • Learning Excellence: Academics, Arts, Athletics 
  • Facilities improvements
  • Professional Development

Read all the details on the UNIS Impact Fund website including the detailed guidelines for submission of your ideas.

For a Big Idea GOAL proposal – Deadline is October 21 at 18:00. The UNIS Impact Fund Committee will review all the Big Ideas and after a student vote, one or two will be chosen to be our community goal for fundraising – a GOAL we can all achieve by working together!

Some of the early ideas that we have heard about for GOALS include: Solar panels for electricity, an animation studio, a languages academy and a plastic recycling plant.

For an application for a GRANT – you can apply anytime and the Impact Fund Grants Sub-Committee will review them as they come in. Thanks to the School Community Organisation who are partners for the UNIS Impact Fund, we have funds ready to award for the GRANTS Programme. Grant applications are designed for individuals or small groups to pilot, experiment or prototype ideas and will not exceed 2,500 USD.

We want our students to wake up every day knowing we can all make a difference, explore a passion for change and empower others to build their dreams. Together.

UNIS Hanoi seeks to unleash potential and empower creativity to change the world. The UNIS Hanoi Impact Fund is designed to support community inspired projects which will help do exactly that!

UNIS Hanoi is one of only two international UN schools in the world and is committed to the delivery of Agenda 2030 through both curriculum and service. As a not-for-profit organisation, institutional fundraising empowers UNIS Hanoi to extend the impact of its programmes beyond what is possible within a school budget.

By working together the UNIS Hanoi community can transform lives and society!

Find out more on the UNIS Impact Fund website

Questions? Ask our Director of Advancement, Emma Silva: doa@unishanoi.org

Ready, steady… IMPACT!

We are delighted to announce the membership of the Impact Fund Committee.

This cross community committee will be the decision makers choosing the projects for our community Impact Fundraising in 2019-2020.

The projects supporting UNIS Hanoi’s Vision, Mission and Values to help deliver the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals will be selected from the BIG IDEAS that you are poised to submit!

Watch this space for the details on how to get your ideas in front of the Committee for consideration in next week’s Tin Tuc.

We have been delighted by the community response to the Impact Fund and choosing the members of the Committee was hard, with so many excellent candidates and submissions. The decision for membership was taken after careful consideration of all the applications that were received and we are delighted to announce the following Impact Fund Committee for 2019-2020:

  • Co-Chairs: Emma Silva (Director of Advancement) and Iraj de Silva (Parent)
  • SCO Executive member: Chris Behr
  • Parent members: Sandra Le Courtois and Gareth Harrison Poole
  • Student members:
    • ES: Vilma Niklasson and Student Council member TBC
    • MS: Beatrice Reilly G8 and Andy Choi G8
    • HS: Solene Shelley G10 and Eddie Lee G10
  • Faculty members: 
    • ES: Christy Heitmiller
    • MS & HS:  Qingli Liu
  • VN Staff: Han Bich Hanh and Nguyen Thi Bich Hien
  • Admin member: Megan Brazil
  • Board member: TBC after the Board’s 2-Day meeting in September.
  • Alumni member: TBC
  • Committee Coordinator: Dinh Thi An Ha

For any questions please contact the Committee Coordinator Ha Dinh and Co-Chairs Emma Silva and Iraj de Silva: impact@unishanoi.org