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Maison Chance is a springboard for orphans, street children, disadvantaged people and the physically handicapped in Vietnam. The mix of able-bodied and handicapped people, of adults and children living together in a family setting is a unique characteristic of Maison Chance. We provide housing, health care, education and vocational training, and a place where the under-privileged children and the disabled can study and work. It also offers them the means to facilitate their rehabilitation and their reinsertion into social life. At Maison Chance, the saying "Give A Man A Fish, Feed Him for A Day. Teach A Man to Fish, Feed Him for A Lifetime" is practiced every day.

Maison Chance currently has several on-going projects at the following locations: Maison Chance Shelter , Take Wing Center , Village Chance.



Monday, 16 June 2014
Vietnam has a long tradition of philanthropy and community assistance, reflected in such folk sayings as “Whole leaves wrap torn leaves,” which is a beautiful culture and goes deeply into the bloodstream of Vietnamese. Read more...
Sunday, 01 June 2014
With the name "Tim" that indigenous people have given to the Swiss girl Aline Rebeaud, she has lived with all loving heart for people of the different races and native countries for 20 years Click here to download (in Read more...
Wednesday, 23 April 2014
In recent years, in addition to assisting disabled people, orphans and underprivileged people in Saigon, Maison Chance has organized numerous trips to remote areas to distribute wheelchairs, functional equipments suitable for people with disabilities and advise their relatives on providing them Read more...
Monday, 21 April 2014
TIM ALINE REBEAUD * Elle vit depuis près de vingt ans à Ho Chi Minh Ville, parmi des enfants défavorisés et des personnes handicapées. Précisément à la Maison Chance, qu'elle avait fondée en 1993 avec trois fois rien. Cliquez ici pour lire la suite... (in Read more...