ADRA

About us ADRA in Vietnam is a non-governmental organisation which has been consistently and actively operating for 25 years, implementing over 200 development and relief projects across the country in various sectors. ADRA in Vietnam is part of the global Adventist Development and Relief Agency network, the humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. With a presence in 134 countries, ADRA seeks to identify and address social injustice and deprivation in developing countries. ADRA in Vietnam works with vulnerable communities and people in special needs, so to help improve their opportunities and quality of life. Our programs and activities are implemented through strong partnerships with local authorities and civil society organizations, in order to develop their capacity to achieve long-term sustainable change. What we do We are the global humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church—part of the 20-million strong Adventist community, with hundreds of thousands of churches globally and the world’s largest integrated healthcare and education network. We deliver relief and development assistance to individuals in more than 130 countries—regardless of their ethnicity, political affiliation, gender, or religious association. By partnering with local communities, organizations, and governments, we are able to deliver culturally relevant programs and build local capability for sustainable change. How We Enable Change & Well-Being ADRA acts as a catalyst for change by inspiring, engaging and empowering people to strive together for the greater good. In doing so, ADRA embodies values that are grounded in human dignity and respect for peoples’ innate capabilities, expressed through ADRA’s commitment to well-being as its core development objective, taking a holistic approach to programs, humanitarian response, and advocacy. For ADRA, ‘holistic’ refers to spiritual, social, and physical dimensions, addressing the multi-faceted causes of poverty, and to the emergency relief—reform dimension of our work. ADRA exists to enable people to live life to the full, physically, socially, and spiritually. We associate this fullness with the concept of well-being, which remains ADRA’s long-term, over-arching aim. In its most tangible forms individual well-being derives from access and opportunities in relation to three key areas: Education, Health and Sustainable Livelihoods. ADRA aims to address equitable development for women, girls, and minorities, whilst aiming to ensure protection for the most vulnerable. Sustainable livelihoods also link social well-being with the environment, an emerging part of ADRA’s programming. The threat that natural and manmade disasters bring to well-being is a focus of ADRA’s humanitarian work, but also crosses over into the development sphere in the form of disaster risk reduction, resilience, and climate change adaptation. Beyond these tangible aspects, ADRA seeks in the way it works to promote well-being at a deeper level. ADRA believes that a life lived to the full is marked by an active concern for others. A life lived to the full is one where our abundance—to whatever extent that may be—of health, knowledge, resources, relationships, and spirituality, is exercised through generosity towards others. Our Purpose

To serve humanity so all may live as God intended.

Our Motto

Justice. Compassion. Love

Initiatives ADRA seeks to identify and address social distortions and deprivation in developing countries. The agency’s work is a representative expression of Seventh-day Adventists’ desire to improve the quality of life of those in need. ADRA invests in the potential of these individuals through community development initiatives in six diverse sectors. Protecting the Vulnerable ADRA is dedicated to protecting the vulnerable all over the world. We protect children who are sold as sex workers, advocate for women who must fight for the opportunity to learn to read, and defend the millions of minorities and others around the world who suffer in silence. Supporting Families Poverty threatens the wellbeing of families all over the world. ADRA is there for the families and orphans who are without food, shelter, and love. ADRA also seeks to empower children through education, and to give those who missed schooling opportunities a chance for a new beginning. Promoting Health ADRA is lowering the incidence of horrific diseases by promoting health and wellness. And by improving sanitation and access to clean water, ADRA helps prevent many of the common medical problems that plague communities. Providing Food and Water By providing food and water and the ability for families to grow their own, ADRA gives people the nutrition they need to not just survive, but to thrive. Establishing Livelihoods ADRA knows that one of the best ways to boost individuals out of the cycle of poverty is by providing livelihoods. Through microloans and training, ADRA gives men and women the ability to support themselves and their families. Responding to Emergencies In the wake of emergencies such as famines, floods, or earthquakes there are often thousands of people needing basic necessities. ADRA works to get them back on their feet again by not only responding quickly, but following up with long-term support. Our Policies Child Protection Policy It is part of ADRA’s mission to: Facilitate of the right and ability of all children to attain their full potential, and to assist in assuring the child’s survival to achieve that potential. Child protection is integral to the pursuit of this mission and is therefore detailed in this document for implementation through ADRA in Vietnam’s programs. See more details of Child Protection Policy click here. Fraud/ Corruption Prevention and Investigation Policy ADRA in Vietnam (hereafter called ADRA) has a zero tolerance principle to fraud and corruption. As an organization that condemns and fights corruption as one of the key drivers of poverty, environmental degradation and bad governance, it requires its own employees at all time to act and comply with its zero tolerance principle by fully conforming to all procedures and policies adopted to prevent corruption and fraud in our offices. All employees should therefore be irreproachable in their personal conduct. ADRA will deal with fraud and corruption in a firm and quickly manner, including a detailed investigation when necessary regardless if the fraud or corruption is caused by its staff or the signed contractors. In some cases the action of the signed contractors may be the responsibility of ADRA, directors and staff. Fraud and corruption may lead to punishment (including labour disciplines, immediate dismiss staff and terminate labour contract) and legal actions (including civil lawsuit and criminal procedure). This policy is built to explain the moral standards to fraud and corruption investigation which ADRA expects staff and the signed contractors will follow as well as to guide how to report the prohibited behaviours. See more details of this policy click here. Security Plan and Standard Operational Procedures The safety and well-being of all ADRA Vietnam staff and their dependents is of fundamental importance. All efforts must be made by every staff member to minimize personal and organizational risk. ADRA Vietnam is committed to continuing its support to the people of Vietnam wherever and whenever staff safety will permit. The following Standard Operational Procedures (SOPs) for the management of security by ADRA Vietnam and visitors when traveling in the country. SOP5: International Visitors and Sponsors Candidates have to confirm having received the recruitment information through the recruiting channel NGO Recruitment in the application letter for this position

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