South East Asia

Seventeen students celebrated their graduation from La Boulangerie Francaise Ho Chi Minh City. Every year, the bakery school supported by the European Institute of Cooperation and Development (IECD) provides 20 young people from vulnerable backgrounds with technical and soft skills to be competent bakers and pastry chefs. Despite the challenging economic context due to the Covid-19, 85% of graduates have secured employment.

Jeunes collégien du CERES à Madagascar

Between June and October 2020, classrooms were filled to the brim again for the start of the new school year in the IECD’s countries of intervention despite the COVID-19 health crisis. Faced with a context that remains very uncertain and degraded teaching methods, the IECD’s teams are pursuing their mission alongside the young people and their teachers. 

In 2020, Monin reaffirms its commitment alongside the IECD by signing a partnership agreement.

Trần Thành is 17 years old and is student in Residential & Industrial Electricity at Ho Chi Minh City’s Technical & Economical College.

Les écoles de La Boulangerie française au Vietnam redonnent de l’espoir aux jeunes issus de milieux défavorisés…

TWO YOUNG THAIS WELCOMED AT THE SAVOIE-LÉMAN HOTEL SCHOOL IN ORDER TO DISCOVER FRENCH CULINARY ART

Thanks to the IECD’s basic management training course, Mrs. Bay is saving her business!

Philippe Bès is the Project Director of the SALA BAİ hospitality-catering school in Cambodia. He took part in the first ASSET-H&C annual seminar and offers us his impressions.

The Bread-Pastry Making School in Hô Chi Minh City will enable young vulnerable people to get a decent and sostainable employment.

Miss Van’s life has long been inherently related to unstable retailing businesses. She left her hometown in the Mekong Delta for Saigon in search for a better life…