AO victims to win justice, says President Society

AO victims to win justice, says President

Vietnamese AO victims’ ongoing struggle for justice will be successful, said State President Nguyen Minh Triet at a charity art progamme entitled “ Justice and Heart” held in Hanoi on August 8.
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Exhibition shows horrors of war

Overseas Vietnamese, foreigners and local authorities gathered at the Union of Friendship Organisations on Aug. 10 to commemorate those who have died or fallen ill because of the toxic chemical Agent Orange, used during the American War.

Irish Aid director receives friendship insignia

Director of Irish Aid Vietnam, John Thomas Hoy, has received the “For Peace and Friendship among Nations” insignia for his contributions to promoting friendship and cooperation between Vietnam and Ireland.

Plan to help poor pay medical bills

The Mekong Delta Region Health Support Project, in cooperation with the Ministry of Health and the US-based RASS company, plans to raise funds to help pay for health insurance for the near-poor.

Aussie veterans to build kindergarten in south

The Australian Veterans Vietnam Reconstruction Group (AVVRG), New South Wales sub-committee, is planning to visit Vietnam to raise funds for the Nui Dat kindergarten, located in Nui Dat commune, Ba Ria-Vung Tau province, the former site of an Australian Task Force base in Vietnam.