We provide an international standard of healthcare, free of charge, to children from poor families and local orphanages that don't have access to local hospital facilities or require specialist treatment. Children receive hands on treatment for medical problems and we educate families about general wellness and healthcare issues.
In Vietnam and Mongolia, we run the following healthcare programmes:
Centre for Social Assistance for Disadvantaged Children (CSADC)
Thanh Tung Medical Station
It provides poor and disadvantaged children in the local area with medical treatment, preventative healthcare services and knowledge on healthcare issues.
Medical Assistance Programme (MAP)
MAP provides financial support, on a case-by-case basis, for children requiring medical treatment who would otherwise be unable to access the necessary care they require. As a result, these children can pursue a better quality of life.
Drop-in Medical Clinic
Healthcare in Mongolia operates under an insurance system, requiring the uninsured to pay for their treatment. Although children receive their insurance for free, they still require the correct documentation, which many of the poorest lack.
The Drop-in Medical Clinic is an outpatient clinic at the Mother and Child Hospital that serves CNCF children and their siblings with free healthcare.
Tash McCarroll's mission is to connect with people, share smiles, experience mutual happiness and capture people's inner beauty while enhancing the efforts of the NGO.
Through the eyes of her camera lens, see how she captures the heartwarming stories of our children in Mongolia.
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Mongolia has a population of 2.8 million and 40% are under the age of 20.
HK$7 is all it takes each day to feed a child at the CNCF Tay Ninh Centre for Visually Impaired Children in Vietnam. That's the same as buying a bottle of Bon Aqua water in Hong Kong.