Jinnuo Village was located in Daklon, Dakron County. There were 230 households in the village; 70% of households lived under poverty line. The average income of residents was about 350,000 Vietnamese dollars (equivalent to 16 US dollars/month). Although the government had a birth control policy, most households were still multi-child families. Because the income is too low, the residents live very poorly. In Jinnuo village, there were 110 children under five years old. Before 2010, there were no classrooms in the town. The school principal had to borrow a 5 square meters balcony to let the children study. There were only 29 children who went to school with a school attendance rate of 26%. Under these circumstances, the school could not provide lunches for children with a high malnutrition rate of 75%. In 2012, the school and parents cooperated to build classrooms with bamboo for 62 children to go to school.
Huyi Village was another remote and underdeveloped township in Dakron County. There were 337 households in the town; most of the residents were Yunqiao aboriginals. The majority of residents relied on agricultural income, but their products were unstable due to the unpredictable weather. Besides, Children did not have enough clothes and slippers to wear. There were 227 children between ages 0 to 5, but only 155 attended school (68.28% attendance rate). The main reasons for these children not attending school were insufficient classroom spaces and lack of water & electricity supplies. Thus, the malnutrition rate (41%) for children was considerably high because the childcare centers were unable to provide lunch. Moreover, kindergarten located in four different villages; it would be long travel distances for these children.
he Deshan children's family currently adopted 145 children (including disability). Most of the children were orphans or homeless. In Deshan Children's shelter, nearly 40% of the children were abandoned after birth; hence, most of them did not have enough milk to drink. The pediatrician always took exceptional care for babies and toddlers. Children would learn to be independent since elementary school. Everything had to be done by themselves. When you were hungry, you had to find something to eat. When you felt cold, you had to find clothes to wear. Since the head of the children's shelter could only guarantee the basic needs of living.