December 22, 2015

Jimmy Pham, the organisation's founder and CEO, says: "The idea started on a walk 16 years ago when I met four wandering children and decided to help them; and now we have KOTO. We have been operating for more than 10 years in Hanoi and two in Ho Chi Minh City, aiming to give disadvantaged children a brighter future. The children are our siblings, and KOTO is a family, not just a vocational school."

"During our two-year course, the children a...

July 16, 2015

As part of the framework for the Plan of Colombia Promotion Abroad for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Colombia, Vietnam welcomed the recognized chef Cali Victoria Eugenia Acosta. At the start of her tour of Southeast Asia, Vicky Acosta gave a cooking class on Colombian Pacific region cuisine to 30 students from KOTO-Know one, teach one.- a nonprofit social enterprising serving at-risk and disadvantaged youth in Vietnam.

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