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NICE “Network of Development Initiatives for the Community” was officially launched on the morning of December 15 at the UNESCO Information Center.

NICE (Network of Initiatives for Community Empowerment -) is a platform to support social initiatives through media connectivity. At the launching ceremony were attended by Mr. Nguyen Xuan Thang – President of Vietnam Union of UNESCO Associations, representatives of ministries, departments, agencies, organizations, businesses and individuals engaged in community activities and public affairs. society, and the media.

Currently, there are thousands of volunteer groups, non-governmental projects, social enterprises, etc. operating in Vietnam. These non-profit projects aim to solve many problems of the community, through many models and solutions, but most have difficulty in accessing communication.

Like most other areas of life, social projects can also be “left behind”. Especially if the project is aimed at solving the problems of disadvantaged groups, which are less recognized by the public. The few well-known, well-funded social projects do not represent the difficulties facing the community-based movement.

These are also the reasons for NICE’s birth, Mr. Dinh Duc Hoang – Deputy Director of the UNESCO Information Center, said at the launch ceremony.

With its media experience, NICE helps make these initiatives more visible. With donor resources and other connections, NICE will help promising initiatives come to light and grow.

On the NICE platform, any kind of connection can be made. Volunteers, sponsors, communicators, have more ways to participate in community activities. Initiatives find additional resources.

The UNESCO Information Center believes that, in addition to national programs and universal solutions, promoting diverse initiatives and differentiated projects will make the movement for the community more successful. overate.

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