Association Contributes to Strengthening Vietnam-France Friendship

Association Contributes to Strengthening Vietnam-France Friendship

The France-Vietnam Friendship Association (AAFV) has carried out numerous activities in support of the Vietnamese people over the past time.
More Hospitals Needed for Agent Orange Victims

More Hospitals Needed for Agent Orange Victims

Dr. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Phuong made a plea for more hospitals for Agent Orange victims at the conference entitled “Agent Orange: Lasting legacy of the American war in Vietnam” held online last Friday
For Agent Orange Victims, the "Wounds of War" Still Ache

For Agent Orange Victims, the "Wounds of War" Still Ache

Public diplomacy will continue to help alleviate the pain of Agent Orange victims in Vietnam, said Nguyen Phuong Nga, president of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO) in the interview with Vietnam Times
American Veteran Promises to Continue Supporting Agent Orange Victims

American Veteran Promises to Continue Supporting Agent Orange Victims

Matthew Keenan, the only American veteran affected by Agent Orange currently living in Vietnam, has spent the last 6 years helping Vietnamese agent orange victims
50 Years After The War, Vietnamese Still Suffer From Consequences

50 Years After The War, Vietnamese Still Suffer From Consequences

Considering Vietnam's experience both in war and in peace, Vice Chairman of the United States Institute of Peace sees the courage and hopes that the war's lasting consequences will be resolved.
Weaving the dream for Agent Orange victims: helping sufferers overcome adversity

Weaving the dream for Agent Orange victims: helping sufferers overcome adversity

Nguyen Van Mac, an Agent Orange victim, has overcome physical disadvantages to run his own business, extending help to underprivileged people
Agent Orange victim teaches job skills to others

Agent Orange victim teaches job skills to others

Agent Orange victims are often disabled people, so it is difficult to find a job, because of their disabilities and other health issues. Therefore, it is necessary to teach Agent Orange victims some skills so that they can get a job suitable for their health, generate income so as not to depend on their family and society.
Showing support and compassion to Agent Orange victims

Showing support and compassion to Agent Orange victims

"My voice is a tiny one in the dark wanting to bring light to Agent Orange victims"
Family fights on despite horrors of Agent Orange

Family fights on despite horrors of Agent Orange

"Happiness is simply staying with the children longer"
'I still believe justice will come to Agent Orange victims in Vietnam'

'I still believe justice will come to Agent Orange victims in Vietnam'

The statement was made by Hoang Cong Thuy, former Secretary General of the Vietnam-USA Society. Thuy made the trip to the US to attend the litigation at the New York State Court of Appeal in 2007.
Vietnam War veteran appeal French court ruling on lawsuits against Agent Orange producers

Vietnam War veteran appeal French court ruling on lawsuits against Agent Orange producers

Tran To Nga, an Agent Orange victim herself, sued 14 firms that made or sold the highly toxic chemical. Though her lawsuit was rejected by the French court, Nga said "We will continue the fight".
Pains persist after Vietnam War: Immense motherhood to be mother of a mental patient

Pains persist after Vietnam War: Immense motherhood to be mother of a mental patient

A woman living in the south of Vietnam named Hue who was mentally ill due to the sequelae of Agent Orange from her father. Later, due to being abused, Hue became pregnant and gave birth. Her mother, Hoa, in addition to taking care of Hue, taking Hue's responsibility to take care of her child.
US EPA reaffirms that glyphosate is not a carcinogen

US EPA reaffirms that glyphosate is not a carcinogen

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said on Thursday (Jan 30) it finished a regulatory review that found glyphosate, a weed killer better known by its trade name Roundup, is not a carcinogen.
Nearly 50 photos shed light on pain of Vietnamese, Japanese war victims

Nearly 50 photos shed light on pain of Vietnamese, Japanese war victims

An exhibition featuring nearly 50 photos on war victims in Japan and Vietnam is underway from November 21-24 in Ho Chi Minh City.
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