SCHOOL SOCIAL WORK IN POST DISASTER AREAS: EXPERIENCE FROM THE HOPE SCHOOL PROJECT IN CHINA
Tóm tắtThe China Youth Development Foundation (CYDF), China Association of Social Work Education (CASEW), and Hong Kong Keswick Foundation (HKKF) conducted the Hope School Project which raised funds to help the students in the disaster area return to school and provided professional school social work services after the Sichuan earthquake in 2008. This project lasted for three years and gained substantial procedural and empirical evidence on the benefits of disaster relief, post-disaster reconstruction, and school social work services. Due to the similarity between Vietnam and China, there are some aspects of this school social work model worthy of consideration. Vietnam has the chance to consider models from around the world in designing a model of school social work best fitted to the Vietnamese context where schools are recognized as a key area for developing national wellbeing.
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