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United Nations International School, Hanoi
Organisations consider purpose and market forces when creating goods and services.
Making Good Choices With Money 1:07
Social Enterprise Example - KOTO Vietnam 3:37
Supply and Demand 3:01
Click on the image above to view a Supply and Demand lesson followed by a quiz on the topic.
The Difference Between a Social Enterprise and NGO 2:09
What is a Social Enterprise? 1:04
What are the Different Types of Social Enterprise?
The category of social enterprise includes several different types of businesses and organisations. Click on the image above to learn about the different types of social enterprises.
Supply and Demand
Click on the image above to discover how the laws of supply and demand control what we pay for goods and services.
Social Enterprise Example - Homes for Homes Australia 3:20
Examples of Social Enterprises
Together with farmers, Oriberry reduces poverty through high-quality Vietnamese coffee and tea production.
Donkey Bakery was founded in August 2009 with the ambition to empower the less abled, improving their living standards and their futures.
Tea Talk Cafe
Tea Talk Café is a social enterprise with a difference. It creates employment opportunities for young social workers in Hanoi, where availability of social work jobs is limited, despite the immense social needs.
Will To Live Centre
This centre provides training, accommodation and routes to employment for young people who live with disabilities. It runs a graphic design company and uses the money raised through trading to support and train young people.
Social Enterprises in Vietnam
Peter Cornish investigates the many ways businesses can give back to Vietnam.
Report on Social Enterprise in Vietnam
British Council report on the history of social enterprise in Vietnam.
Social Enterprise Development in Vietnam
There are more than 19,000 social enterprises in Vietnam, but new research finds that the sector’s growth to date has been more modest than some people hoped.