The women of Vietnam have had their lives changed forever by the rise of Gis.
They are now grown up and able to take care of themselves.
The country has been grappling with the effects of a pandemic since 2009.
Gis have taken their place in a globalised world where women have become a global commodity.
“For the past two years, the most important issue is how to address the problems of the women in our society,” said Ms Tran Hoa, founder of G-Vietnam.
The organisation is also working to improve the lives of Vietnamese girls who are living with developmental issues.
Ms Tran said it was important to have a gender equality strategy, which had to be based on the needs of girls and their families.
“The only way to do that is to give them a chance to be happy, healthy and to have equal opportunities to go to school, to go and live with their family,” she said.
G-Vang Minh, the founder of the NGO, said the organisation had reached a point where they were able to address their women’s issues in a way that was not only practical but also effective.
Women were also taking a proactive role in the management of the organisation and it was a matter of making sure that they were involved in decisions and in decision-making, she said