The Most Powerful Weapon

I have joined Sunflower Mission for the first time this year as part of the team from FabLab of Da Nang, where I am currently interning from France. It has also been my first real experience in voluntary work, even if we didn’t participate to the painting. I am so grateful to have been a part of this amazing experience. It gives me hope for the future of education in Vietnam and other parts of the world where people actively work too.

As Nelson Mandela said, I do believe that “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” I have seriously been amazed by how much the children are eager to learn there. They walk kilometers everyday to go to school and are so happy about it that they really are a great example of courage. Sunflower Mission did a really amazing work this year and I can’t thank them enough for making me feel part of this family during those four days!

Sibylle Katona with the performers at the Tien Ngoc primary school completion ceremony. (Photo: Sibylle Katona)

Sibylle Katona with the performers at the Tien Ngoc primary school completion ceremony. (Photo: Sibylle Katona)


Cindy Au