33 works on AO/dioxin victims honoured Society

33 works on AO/dioxin victims honoured

The Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange/dioxin (VAVA) on December 27 held an award ceremony to honour 33 outstanding press works on AO/dioxin victims and overcoming consequences of toxic chemicals used in the war in Vietnam.
SMS campaign to support poor people, AO/dioxin victims launched Society

SMS campaign to support poor people, AO/dioxin victims launched

A text message campaign to support poor people and Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims has been jointly launched by the Vietnam Red Cross Society (VRCS) Central Committee, the National Humanitarian Portal 1400 and the Viettel Military Industry and Telecoms Group (Viettel).
Special attention paid to Vietnamese AO/dioxin victims Society

InfographicSpecial attention paid to Vietnamese AO/dioxin victims

Sixty years have passed since the US army dropped tens of millions of extremely toxic chemicals on various areas across the south of Vietnam, but their devastating impact still lingers. Over the years, special attention has been paid to Vietnamese AO/dioxin victims.
Thai Binh takes care of Agent Orange/dioxin victims Society

Thai Binh takes care of Agent Orange/dioxin victims

Thai Binh province – one of the localities with a large number of Agent Orange/dioxin victims in northern Vietnam – held a ceremony on August 9 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the dioxin disaster in Vietnam and respond to the Day for AO/dioxin victims (August 10).
Top legislator calls for support to disadvantaged people Society

Top legislator calls for support to disadvantaged people

National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan on February 2 called on administrations at all levels and sectors to better the social welfare work, ensuring that all people, especially social policy beneficiaries and poor households, enjoy a happy Tet (Lunar New Year) festival.
Struggle for AO/dioxin victims in Vietnam endures Society

Struggle for AO/dioxin victims in Vietnam endures

Significant attention has been paid to a hearing on January 25 for a trial brought by Vietnamese-French woman Tran To Nga against the US companies that provided the chemical toxins used by the US Army in the war in Vietnam.