The Association of Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (AO) in the Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long and the provincial Blind Association on May 9 presented more than 1,000 gifts to AO victims and poor vision-impaired people in the locality.
Vietnamese expatriates in France joined locals in a march on May 1 to call for support for Vietnamese people who suffer physical and mental pain caused by Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin sprayed by the US army during the war in Vietnam.
What started out as a gesture of good will has become Richard Hughes’ passion and destiny as he knocks on doors and crosses oceans in search of justice for Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange.
A campaign raising donations for Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims through SMS was launched on February 27 and will last until April 28.
Defence Minister Gen. Ngo Xuan Lich pledged to continue working closely with the Vietnam Association of the Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) to support AO victims during a working session in Hanoi on January 18.
The Vietnam Red Cross and a group of HCM City officials led by municipal Party Committee Secretary Dinh La Thang visited and presented the Tet (Lunar New Year) gifts to poor households and Agent Orange (AO) victims in Ma Noi mountainous commune, Ninh Son district, Ninh Thuan province on January 7.
Dick Hughes (Actor, Humanitarian & Loose Cannons, Inc. Founder) has recently made a trip to Vietnam with the purpose of helping Vietnamese street children who are still suffering from the lingering pains caused by Agent Orange (AO)/Dioxin as war legacy.
The Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/dioxin (VAVA) Central Committee convened a conference in Hanoi on December 15 to review its performance in 2016 and set tasks for 2017.
A range of activities have been organised at the exhibition house No. 45 Trang Tien street, Hanoi, from October 22-25 to raise funds for Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims.
“Long Thanh will lachen”, the German documentary about an Orange Agent/Dioxin victim in Vietnam, is one of eight nominations for the News and Current Affairs category of the Emmy Awards this year.
VOV.VN - The American army’s chemical warfare in Vietnam severely damaged Vietnam’s ecology.
Localities across the country have organised many activities to assist Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims.
The 55th Agent Orange (AO) Day in Vietnam was commemorated in Hanoi on August 10 when President Tran Dai Quang said the settlement of chemical toxin consequences is an urgent and long-term issue and also the conscience and responsibility of the whole political system and people.
Many Agent Orange (AO)/Dioxin victims have overcame their misfortune and become successful entrepreneurs.
Various activities have been held across the country to ease the pain of victims of Agent Orange/dioxin (AO) ahead of the 55th anniversary of the AO/dioxin disaster in Vietnam (August 10, 1961-2016).
VOV.VN - Hundreds of scientists from around the globe have gathered for a workshop in Hanoi to speak about the continuing harmful impact of Agent Orange (AO) that US Air Forces sprayed during the Vietnam War.
VOV.VN - The war ended more than 40 years ago but its mark has been left on tens of thousands of victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin.
Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh led a delegation to the northern province of Ninh Binh on August 2 to present gifts to families with people affected by Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin.
Australia’s AusViet Charity Foundation is offering free check-ups and treatment to low-income residents in NghiThuan commune of NghiLoc district, the central province of Nghe An.
A Singaporean septuagenarian has given his all, including huge financial support, to help mitigate the lingering effects of Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin on Vietnamese victims.