More Than 20 Years Dedicated To The Children Of Tomorrow

In 1992, Dr. Chanh Tran Tien returned to Vietnam, his country of origin, where he met the little Xuân. This chance meeting changed his life and led Dr Chanh Tran Tien on the path to create the Association Xuân, the Children of the Future.

Upon returning to France, Dr. Chanh Tran Tien began to gather support for his ideas. He wanted to create a humanitarian organization that would allow him to combine his passion for his country of origin with his desire to support its disadvantaged children. Dr. Chanh Tran Tien was successful in recruiting over 150 members and was able to raise sufficient funds to begin the first concrete project for Association Xuân.

In the summer of 1993, Dr Chanh Tran Tien and a group of young French people returned to Vietnam in search of their first project. Upon meeting Bo Ran (Uncle Ran) in Da Nang, and hearing about the dire need to provide services for the street children in this city, Dr. Chanh Tran Tien knew he had found his first worthy cause. Plans were made to begin building a house that would offer the street children of Da Nang a secure and safe place to live. Today, this house is known as Family 4.

Since then, Association Xuân has implemented a variety of educational and child-welfare projects throughout Vietnam, most notably in the 5 provinces of Da Nang, Can Tho , Phu Vang, Kon Tum and Nha Trang

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  • Seated on the sidewalk alongside the Hai Phong port, I enjoyed the lunch I had just bought from one of the street vendors. We were waiting for the boa...

  • Bo Rân was affectionately known of as “father” of all the street children in Da Nang. He was a man of action, a man of his word. He never tired of sco...

Our Milestones
  • 1994Da Nang

    House for disadvantaged children.
  • 1995Can Tho

    House for disadvantaged children.
  • 1996Ho Van

    Scholarships for students whose parents are affected by leprosy (closed in 2009).
  • 2005Phu Vang

    Scholarships for disadvantaged students.
  • 2006Nha Trang

    Scholarships for disadvantaged students.
  • 2008Kon Tum

    Scholarship for disadvantaged ethnic minority students.
  • 2012 – Hnam Chang Ngeh

    Vocational training in hospitality and restauration for ethnic minority young people (withdrawn in 2015).