Volunteer for Community Development and Environment Education (VFCD) is a non-government, non-profit volunteering organization based in Hanoi, Vietnam. VFCD was established by experienced, enthusiastic people who have participated in long-term workcamps of International Volunteer Organizations and the Vietnamese Voluntary Network of Youth. VFCD was established under the Vietnam Association for Conservation of Nature and Environment (VACNE) and all activities and operations are directed by the principles, purposes and regulations of VACNE. VFCD works in close partnership with UNESCO Vietnam. Our mission To set up International Voluntary Projects that develop communities and promote conservation of the natural environment. To exchange, explore cultures, broaden experiences and develop skills between Vietnamese Volunteers and International Volunteers. To design and implement meaningful voluntary projects that have a real and sustainable impact and make our world more and more wonderful.
Lorraine Joan Elletson — 27 December 2010, 04:34
The director of this programme is under investigation by UNESCO and the Vietnamese police for fraud. Pls do not give him any money and dont work for them You will regret it as I and others cheated by this man Have. If you need more detyails my email is elletson(AT)hotmail.com
Lorraine Joan Elletson — 11 February 2011, 01:28
I notice that VFCD Vietnam is posting on your website and wish to inform you that this organization is under investigation by UNESCO Hanoi and the Vietnamese police for cheating volunteers. I myself was cheated out of more than 400 US dollars. I am hoping that potential volunteers could be warned site in order to save them from being scammed. I would be happy to provide you with more information Thank you Lorraine Joan Elletson email@example.com
Jennifer Paziuk — 29 November 2011, 06:34
They also managed to rip me off too, stated that certain things would be included in my price then when I questioned it they ended up going upstairs, discussing then Mr. Truong snuck away and left and I got screwed.
Laura — 17 March 2012, 16:00
Chuck,I couldn't agree more. I'm sure these guys had more than their fair share of ursfefing, living in a war torn country tends to do that. It is good to know that by the time I met them they could