Tran To Nga Honored for Supporting Agent Orange Victims

Tran To Nga Honored for Supporting Agent Orange Victims

The Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin has just awarded Tran To Nga, an overseas Vietnamese in France, a certificate for the Victims of Agent Orange. This is to recognize her merits in fighting for justice for Agent Orange victims and having activities to support the victims in Vietnam.
France’s City Screens Film in Support Vietnam’s AO/Dioxin Victims

France’s City Screens Film in Support Vietnam’s AO/Dioxin Victims

"We don't give up the fight! Please join us!" That's the statement of Nicole Duchet Trampoglieri, president of the France-Vietnam Friendship Association in Choisy-le-Roi when calling on local people to attend a film screening and seminar to show support for Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange (a dioxin-powered herbicide).
USAID Funds 2 Projects Supporting Persons With Disabilities in Thua Thien Hue

USAID Funds 2 Projects Supporting Persons With Disabilities in Thua Thien Hue

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and local partners announced two USAID awards to support persons with disabilities in Thua Thien-Hue province.
Quang Tri: RENEW Helps Reactivate Disabled Children's Rehabilitation Centers

Quang Tri: RENEW Helps Reactivate Disabled Children's Rehabilitation Centers

RENEW's support helps to reactivate rehabilitation centers for disabled children in Cam Nghia Commune and Gio Linh Townlet of Quang Tri Province.
Belgium – Vietnam Association Supports Victims of Agent Orange

Belgium – Vietnam Association Supports Victims of Agent Orange

The get-together to support victims of Agent Orange in Vietnam, held by the Belgium-Vietnam Association in Brussels, attracted the participation of the overseas Vietnamese and Belgian friends with fond feelings for Vietnam.
Golf Tournament Raises Funds to Support Victims of War and Agent Orange

Golf Tournament Raises Funds to Support Victims of War and Agent Orange

On September 27, the annual golf tournament "Vietnam Ambassador Cup 2021" took place in Belgium. The 2021 golf tournament has raised more than 7,000 euros (US$8123) to support victims of war and Agent Orange.
USAID Launches Projects to Support Disabled People in Vietnam

USAID Launches Projects to Support Disabled People in Vietnam

USAID in Vietnam has recently announced a financial support package worth about US$9 million for cooperation projects with Vietnam, including mine clearance projects, supporting people with disabilities, and humanitarian aid.
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
Merle Ratner: We Are Always With You - Victims of Agent Orange

Merle Ratner: We Are Always With You - Victims of Agent Orange

Merle Evelyn Ratner is an American activist born in New York city. She has been active in the anti-Vietnam War since she was 13 years old and is currently a founding Co-Coordinator of the Vietnam Agent Orange Relief & Responsibility Campaign in the United States. On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Agent Orange disaster in Vietnam (August 10, 1961 - August 10, 2021), she sent a message to those victims: "We are always with you".
Tran To Nga: "As Long as I Live, I will Continue to Demand Justice for Agent Orange Victims"

Tran To Nga: "As Long as I Live, I will Continue to Demand Justice for Agent Orange Victims"

Tran To Nga, a nearly 80-year-old woman who has been fighting for Agent Orange victims for more than 10 years, shared with Vietnam Times on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Agent Orange disaster in Vietnam (August 10, 1961 - August 10, 1961).
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
Creating Better Conditions to Support Victims of Agent Orange

Creating Better Conditions to Support Victims of Agent Orange

To commemorate 60 years of the Agent Orange/dioxin disaster in Vietnam, the Vietnam Times interviewed Vice President of the Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange Nguyen Van Khanh.
First Graphic Exhibition on Vietnam's Agent Orange in France

First Graphic Exhibition on Vietnam's Agent Orange in France

Young artist Tram Anh shared was born and raised in France, but reading articles about Agent Orange in Vietnam inspired her work
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.
60 Years of Pain: Exhibition on the Lingering Effects of Agent Orange

60 Years of Pain: Exhibition on the Lingering Effects of Agent Orange

On July 13, the Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin, the National Action Centre for Toxic Chemicals and Environmental Treatment, Office 701, the International Center for Research and Postgraduate Training on Mathematics and Vingroup Innovation Fund jointly launched the exhibition reflecting on 60 years of the Agent Orange/Dioxin disaster in Vietnam. The exhibition was held at the Vietnam Military History Museum.
Agent Orange victim: I hope that I have enough health to take care of my children

Agent Orange victim: I hope that I have enough health to take care of my children

The pain caused by Agent Orange on victims and their descendants is difficult to describe in words. Instead of accepting a cruel fate, grandmothers, mothers, wives and fathers have devoted themselves to their families
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"
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