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  • Mekong Quilts (Hoi An)

    Hoi An, Vietnam
    Categories: artwork & crafts
    Founded in 2001, Mekong Quilts operates as an income generation project in conjunction with their parent NGO, Mekong Plus. These shops across Southeast Asia sell beautiful quilts made by women in poor and rural communities.
  • Pots n Pans Restaurant

    Hanoi, Vietnam
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Pots ‘n Pans is a social business in Hanoi focused on innovation and great food. They make Vietnamese cuisine infused with an international flair and partner with local vocational training programs to create positive impact in the city.
  • Reaching Out Arts & Crafts

    Hoi an, Vietnam
    Categories: artwork & crafts
    Reaching Out is an enterprise established in 2000 by a group of other-abled people led by Le Nguyen Binh, who is a wheelchair user. This social business, operating according to Fair Trade principles is headquartered in beautiful Hoi An a World Heritage site on the Central Coast of Vietnam.
  • Reaching Out Teahouse

    Hoi An, Vietnam
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    This beautiful Teahouse in the heart of Hoi An's Old Town was established in 2000 with the vision of providing opportunities for people of disability to learn skills and gain meaningful employment so that they are able to integrate fully with their communities and lead independent and fulfilling lives. The staff are deaf or hard of hearing and incredibly gracious and charming.
  • Saigon Hotpot

    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
    Categories: tour operator
    Saigon Hotpot is a student run organisation started in 2006. It was one of the first voluntary clubs run by Vietnamese students from different universities with the aim to promote the beauty of Vietnam to the world, and create a dynamic environment for the self-development of local students. Students take you on tailor-made tours around the city, which includes anything from sightseeing the main attractions to tasting Vietnamese street food. The cost is free aside from the cost of entrance fees, food and drink.
  • Sapa O'Chau

    Sapa, Vietnam
    Categories: restaurant/cafe, ecotourism, tour operator, trekking, homestay
    The ethnic minorities of Vietnam need help to avoid the consequences of poverty, such as lack of sufficient housing, food and access to medical care. This facebook page aims to increase knowledge about Sapa O'Chau and our work to provide support the those who need it. The organization runs trekking tours and homestays throughout the Sapa region, and the cafe in town is a big hit with the local expats, backpackers, and locals alike. This organization is a wonderful way to use your tourism dollars responsibly when in the region and looking for ways to give back to the local community. Email: info@sapaochau.org for more information or specifics.
  • Scott & Binh's Restaurant

    District 7, HCMC, Vietnam
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Scott & Binh's Restaurant in Phu My Hung, HCMC serves amazing food made with local, fresh ingredients. They also have great options for vegetarians.
  • Sozo Centre

    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Sozo was established in 2005 to help underprivileged Vietnamese families break the cycle of debt, be trained for employment and have the opportunity of a new start in life. 100% of cafe profits are used for staff training, development and education. Sozo Centre features a cafe, catering, and a function room that can be booked for parties and events.
  • STREETS Restaurant Café

    Hoi An, Vietnam
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    STREETS Restaurant Café is a social enterprise in Hoi An's old city with a hospitality and culinary training program for disadvantaged young people in the community. The restaurant not only provides opportunity to youth but also funding to the work of STREETS INTERNATIONAL, an organisation that develops and operates sustainable programs for street kids and disadvantaged youth in SE Asia and throughout the world.
  • The Hill Station

    Sapa, Vietnam
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    A delicious restaurant, deli and boutique hotel that combines the history of the Indochina period with the preservation of hill tribe culture. All the staff at The Hill Station are Hmong with the exception of the receptionist, accountant and owner. Serving up a sumptuous range of intercontinental cheeses and wines, alongside Hmong home style specialities. In addition The Hill Station offers unique & authentic products which gives visitors a chance to bring home some of the high quality produce from the region together with other initiatives aimed at enhancing the experience people get when visiting Sapa and hopefully spread the word and reputation of this spectacular destination.