The program, named “Vừa học vừa làm” or "work and study", provides necessary knowledge and practical experience for Vietnamese students in the field, and is also an opportunity for them to learn more about life in the Middle East.
“They work very effectively on the farm. Vietnamese students learn a lot here. This is an important experience for them, and is a beneficial project for both sides”, Yuval Yonash who is director of Yonash Flowers farm said.
The program is a cooperation between the ministries of Agriculture and Rural Development of Vietnam and Israel, targeting students of the agro-forestry-fishery major in Vietnam, aged 20 to 28.
Each student in the program possesses the startup spirit. It's here that they nurture the hope of returning to Vietnam and contributing to the country's development.