(VOV) - Mexican Labor Party (PT) Chief Alberto Anaya Gutierrez, the incumbent President of the Mexico-Vietnam Parliamentary Friendship Group, has presented 50 wheelchairs to the Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) on August 28.
(VOV) - Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) Vice President Tran Xuan Thu has confirmed his organisation is gathering more evidence to continue with their lawsuit against US chemical firms later this year.
(VOV) - The Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange (AO)/Dioxin (VAVA) has chosen 2012’s Miss Vietnam Dang Thu Thao as the first charity ambassador of its programme “Easing AO/Dioxin Pain Together”.
(VOV) - An exhibition entitled “Journey to justice for Agent Orange (AO)/Dioxin victims” was held in HCM City on August 9.
(VOV) - The first Vietnam- Republic of Korea (RoK) cultural exchange festival in the Jeonnam-Gwangju region has been held in the Republic of Korea’s (RoK) southern Jeollanamdo province, to strengthen links between the Vietnamese community and locals.
An exhibition themed “Agent Orange - Sense and Justice” will take place in the central city of Danang from July 23 to August 12.
The Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange/ Dioxin (VAVA) on July 5 received US$5,000 from Nguyen Chinh Nga- an overseas Vietnamese (OV) in Thailand’s Nakhon Phanom province.
(VOV) - The Vietnam Golf Society and the Vietnam Business Association in China have jointly organised a charity golf tournament for victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin in Vietnam.
(VOV) - Vice President cum General Secretary of the Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA), Tran Xuan Thu, received a delegation from the Korean Victims of Agent Orange Veterans Association (KAOVA) in Hanoi on May 22.
(VOV) - A Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) delegation, led by Chairman Nguyen Van Rinh, has paid a working visit to Australia to further AO victims’ campaign for justice in Vietnam, Australia, and New Zealand.
The Hanoi Association of Victims of Agent Orange (AO)/Dioxin has set a target of raising about VND7 billion this year to help AO victims.
(VOV) -Representatives from the Vietnamese Embassy and the Sri Lanka-Vietnam Friendship Foundation on February 18 visited the Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA), presenting gifts to AO victims.
(VOV) - Co-President of the Vietnam Agent Orange Relief and Responsibility Campaign (VAORRC) in the US, Merle Evelyn Ratner and Bishop Thomas John Gumbleton have been awarded “For the Vietnamese AO victims” insignia in Hanoi on January 23.
As many as 520 New Year gifts will be given to Agent Orange victims nationwide from January 17 to February 9 with a hope to help them have a happy and well-off Tet.
(VOV) - Vietnam currently has more than 200,000 veterans exposed to Agent Orange/Dioxin and infected with some diseases identified by the US Medical Academy.