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'Hồn nhiên, lãng mạn, bản lĩnh, bao dung và khát khao tự do là vốn trời cho. Nếu ta giá trị được món quá ban tặng đó của Ông Trời như phụng dưỡng mẹ cha ta, ta sẽ có được tự do của chính ta. Doanh nhân Cộng đồng luôn âm thầm thờ phụng món quà tự do của ông Trời ban tặng đó ở các cánh rừng già tưởng là giản đơn mà sâu lắng đến ngỡ ngàng' Trần thị Lành 2015!
Vision & Mission
Vision & Mission
  • LIVELIHOOD SOVEREIGNTY BASED COMMUNITY ENTREPRENEUR DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY (CENDI 2015-2025)

    The Community Entrepreneur Development Institute (CENDI) is the outcome of a dynamic process of adapting to the changing needs of Indigenous Ethnic Minority Peoples in the Mekong region. This process began in 1994 with the establishment of Toward Ethnic Women (TEW), one of the first NGOs to be established in Vietnam. TEW‟s main focus was upon „Women‟s Rights‟ and it oriented its activities toward improving the situation of indigenous ethnic minority women in Vietnam, a section of the ethnic minority population that was most disadvantaged due to the negative prejudices and stereotypes that were held in Vietnamese society in general, by government officials in particular, and even among ethnologists and sociologists that ethnic minorities were „backward‟, „ignorant‟ and „dirty‟. 

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    Why CENDI baby was born in January 19, 2015?

    Over the years 1995–2015, TEW, CHESH, CIRD, SPERI and CODE (LISO Alliance) worked with indigenous ethnic minority communities in Vietnam, Laos and Thailand through their grass-roots Key Farmer Network which they formed amongst named Mekong Community Networking for Ecological Trading (MECO-ECOTRA 1995-2015). It means that, communities of different ethnic identity and location selected their own Key Farmers who were highly respected and knowledgeable people who exchanged the own experiences, challenges and solutions by networking together

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