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.
Da Nang enjoys effective cooperation with US Politics

Da Nang enjoys effective cooperation with US

Over the past 25 years, the central city of Da Nang has worked hard to contribute to the Vietnam-US cooperation through various joint projects, one of which was the dioxin detoxification in Da Nang airport.
People in central region encouraged to join AO press award Society

People in central region encouraged to join AO press award

The Vietnam Association for Victims of AO/Dioxin (VAVA) held an event in Vinh city of the northern central province of Nghe An on June 16 to call for people in the central region to participate in a press award for reporting on Agent Orange and efforts to overcome the consequences of toxic chemicals used by US forces during the war in Vietnam.
Tet gifts for Agent Orange/dioxin victims Society

Tet gifts for Agent Orange/dioxin victims

As many as 20 gift packages were presented to Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims at a programme in Hanoi on January 15 on the occasion of the upcoming traditional Lunar New Year (Tet).
Dialogue looks into post-war bomb, mine recovery measures Society

Dialogue looks into post-war bomb, mine recovery measures

Measures to resolve the lingering consequences of unexploded ordnances (UXO) and toxic chemicals left by wars throughout the country were discussed at a dialogue held by the Standing Office of the National Steering Committee on the Settlement of Post-war UXO and Toxic Chemical Consequences (Office 701) on December 25.
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.