Online photo exhibition: a panorama of AO disaster Society

Online photo exhibition: a panorama of AO disaster

An online photo exhibition titled “Aspiration to better oneself” gives the audience, both domestic and foreign, an insight into the disastrous impacts of Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin on the environment and humans in Vietnam.
Vietnam, Japan boost cooperation in war consequence settlement Politics

Vietnam, Japan boost cooperation in war consequence settlement

Deputy Minister of National Defence Sen. Lieut. Gen. Nguyen Chi Vinh has suggested Japanese agencies coordinate with Vietnam’s National Steering Committee on the Settlement of Post-war Unexploded Ordnance and Toxic Chemical Consequences (Committee 701) in building cooperation plans for both short- and long-terms.
Vietnam, US review cooperation in settling war consequences Politics

Vietnam, US review cooperation in settling war consequences

Vietnam and the US have reviewed their cooperation in dealing with the consequences of war during a conference in Washington DC on March 26, which was jointly held by the National Steering Committee on the Settlement of Post-war Unexploded Ordnance and Toxic Chemical Consequences (Office 701) and the US Institute of Peace (USIP).
Settling bomb, mine consequences urgent: PM Society

Settling bomb, mine consequences urgent: PM

PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc calls for greater efforts in dealing with war-left landmines and UXO consequences and toxic chemical contaminated soil to protect people’s safety and their living environment.
Permanent office of UXO steering committee set up Society

Permanent office of UXO steering committee set up

PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc, head of the National Steering Committee on the Settlement of Post-war Unexploded Ordnance and Toxic Chemical Consequences, has signed a decision to establish the committee’s permanent office.
Efforts made to care for AO victims Society

Efforts made to care for AO victims

The Association of Agent Orange/Dioxin (AO) Victims in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho held a meeting on August 4 to mark the day for AO victims (August 10).