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GET INVOLVED

Enjoy a unique dining experience at one of our award-winning Training Restaurants, KOTO Saigon and KOTO Van Mieu in Hanoi

 

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KOTO Enterprise is always
looking for social investors to
set-up new food and beverage
ventures in Vietnam. With a
number of successful ventures
setup already (e.g. Pots ‘n Pans
Restaurant) in Hanoi, KOTO has the expertise to bring social start-ups in Vietnam to fruition and is now exploring new enterprises.

Any monetary support is welcome. All donations in Australia are tax deductible and can be dropped at our training centres

 

By investing $US150 per month, you are helping to cover the cost of a Trainee’s education including: life skills training, English classes, vocational training, personal development activities,
accommodation and food, initial health check-up, training materials and vaccinations.

KOTO is regularly recruiting volunteers to support our team. If you are interested in volunteering please click the link https://www.koto.com.au/volunteer for further information on our current volunteering opportunities.

 
 

NEWS AND EVENTS

KOTO profiled on CNN

November 10, 2019

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HIGHLIGHTS

100%

of graduates find employment after KOTO 

Many go off to work for 4 or 5 star hotels and restaurants in Vietnam or around the world, and some have even started their own businesses!

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graduates are now living outside Vietnam.  

It's a big honor for KOTO to see these graduates become young adults and demonstrate the Know One, Teach One philosophy all around the world.

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graduates have started their own businesses 

Pot n' Pans and the U&I Juice Bar are just two of the venues KOTO Graduates have started.

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graduates have enrolled in university

With great support from universities in Vietnam and Australia it is now possible for Graduates to follow their dream of getting a tertiary education.

 
 

MEET THE ALUMNI 

Thao, Class 1

Before Thao became a KOTO Trainee, at just 13 years old she worked on the street 12 hours a day, 7 days a week selling postcards to earn enough money for food and other basic living expenses.

Truong, Class 9

As the only son of elderly parents and with a father who was sick, it was left to Truong to provide financial support for his family. At 16 he dropped out of school and started looking for work. However, all Truong really wanted was a bicycle...

Nga, Class 3

Nga dropped out of high school at the age of 13 to work full time as a candle maker. Her father had disappeared years before, and she was left alone with her mother to get by as best they could. 

 

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