An has recently joined HealthBridge in October 2018 as the Country Director for HealthBridge Vietnam, responsible for overseeing all programs in Vietnam.
She graduated from Hanoi Medical School and gained Master of Women’s Health in Society at School of Public Health, The University of Melbourne, Australia. Before joining HealthBridge, she has several years of experience working as a child development and a child rights expert at Plan International and as the Deputy Country Director of CBM Vietnam (an organization working to promote the rights of people with disability). She has been a strong advocator for child right related policies. She actively involved in writing NGO’s Complimentary Convention of the Rights of the Child Reports and the independent report on the Rights of Persons with Disability to the UN Committees. She also has rich experience in project and program management and development.
Education background and training:
- Medical Doctors at Hanoi University of Medical, Hanoi, Vietnam, 1998
- Master Degree on Women’s Health in Society, The School of Public Health, Melbourne University, Australia, 2004
- Plan Certificate in Management, 18 months combining of online learning and face-to-face training, London, UK, 2015
- Nguyen Thi An and Huynh Thu Nha Trang, 2006. To make my parents happier - An anthropological research.
- Save the Children, UNICEF, Plan, CSAGA, CEFACOM, 2008. Education or Abuse - A study report on corporal punishment in Vietnam
- “Lesson learnt on promoting positive discipline in Vietnam” 2011 – A poster presentation at the ISPCAN international conference on child abuse and neglect prevention
- Plan International Vietnam, 2011. Positive Disciplines.