AOG World Relief Vietnam is a non-government organisation (NGO) that exists to partner with whole communities throughout Vietnam for the purpose of seeing them empowered to not only participate in, but also ultimately determine and sustain their own development. Through a process of Community Consultations, Training & relationship building with our team, communities identify their most felt needs and they themselves develop action plans which centre on mobilising their own assets and resources...


We believe in helping communities start a process of radical transformation in their respective area. We do not pretend to have all the answers but we believe that by empowering people with the needed training, skills, mindset and resources, whole villages can change their circumstances and thereby their futures.

We know that we cannot produce real and lasting change without strong partnerships and connections and so we work actively at forging these types of relationships with our partners in Australia as well as the government here on the ground in Vietnam. We strongly believe in the power of working with the government and other the relevant authorities and building strong relationships with them as they can be a great influence in the local communities and the wider nation.


All of our projects and programs have been developed in consultation and partnership directly with the communities we work with, our government partners and the local authorities. As needs are identified by community members during consultations, a wide range of projects and programs are made available to assist communities meet their desired development goals including: Community Development; Child & Youth Advocacy; and Life Skills Training.

Thank you for taking the time to visit our site. Your interest, support and passion for the nation of Vietnam is what makes the work we do possible. We deeply appreciate you and your partnership as we reach out and effectively work to empower communities within this beautiful nation to have the future they deserve.