PC17 Week 4 - Nguyet Media gallery

Taking school lessons

Nguyet taking a lesson with her teacher Quynh.

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The Capacity Building for Parent Associations Supporting Children with Disabilities program

Nguyet taking a lesson with her teacher Quynh through a Capacity Building for Parent Associations Supporting Children with Disabilities (CBPA) program. “Nguyet is unable to enrol to school, so I wanted to volunteer to teach her” says Quynh.

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Supporting and encouraging each other

A meeting of the Capacity Building for Parent Associations Supporting Children with Disabilities (CBPA) in Nguyet’s community. Her mum, Tim is talking to other parents about challenges and successes. The members of the Association rely on each other as neighbours, for advice, tips and encouragement to better the lives of their children with disabilities.

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Nguyet and her family

Nguyet and her family. Dad - Nhuan, Mum - Tim, Brother - Toan and Sister – Thuy. All of Nguyet’s family have thrived since joining the Caritas Australia supported Capacity Building for Parent Associations Supporting Children with Disabilities (CBPA) program.

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Nguyet and her mum, Tim

Nguyet at home, with her mum, Tim.

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A neighbour's kindness

Nguyet at home. For her first 14 years, Nguyet was confined to living behind closed doors, with her parents close by to take care of her many health needs. Then a neighbour’s kindness brought the outside world to Nguyet, and her life and the lives of her parents were changed forever.

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Reimagining the future

Nguyet showing her neighbours how to design dolls clothes. Nguyet spent her young life in silence and isolation. Her severe disability restricted her movements, her access to her neighbourhood, and her chance of an education. Now a new world has opened for her. She is discovering her creativity, and reimagining her future.

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Making traditional Vietnamese paper flowers

Nguyet, previously denied an education due to severe disability, is now learning reading, writing, math and crafts. She has become a local expert in making traditional Vietnamese paper flowers. She hopes to sell them at markets and shops one day.

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