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Around 15,000 people receive free cancer screening and treatment Around 15,000 people receive free cancer screening and treatment
Sep 13 2017

The programme, taking place from September 9 to October 18, is sponsored by the Supportive Fund for the Cancer Patients - Bright Future, K Hospital, Thien Tam Fund and Vinmec hospital system, under...

American physical therapist volunteers to save lives in Viet Nam American physical therapist volunteers to save lives in Viet Nam
Aug 01 2017

Many people call her, with affection, the ‘strange’ American woman as she sold her house in the US to move to Viet Nam 10 years ago to help ill Vietnamese people.'

Delta woman provides free education for 3 decades Delta woman provides free education for 3 decades
Jul 27 2017

While Vietnamese teachers are complaining about their low pay, an old woman continues teaching for free in the Mekong Delta.

Charity concert for Vietnamese children with heart disease held in Russia Charity concert for Vietnamese children with heart disease held in Russia
Jul 26 2017

The Hanoi-Moscow Multifunctional Complex and some Vietnamese businesses in Russia co-organized a charity concert in Moscow, Russia to raise fund for children with heart disease in Vietnam.

Disabled kids in Lang Son receive free surgery Disabled kids in Lang Son receive free surgery
Jul 25 2017

As many as 209 children with disabilities in the northern mountainous province of Lang Son are expected to benefit from a six–day free operation programme that runs through July 29.

S. Africa Honorary Consulate gifts scholarships to visually impaired students in Saigon S. Africa Honorary Consulate gifts scholarships to visually impaired students in Saigon
Jul 20 2017

South Africa’s Honorary Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City has handed over 50 scholarships to a local special school for visually impaired students, in celebrating this year’s Nelson Mandela...

Vietnamese-American man acts as second ‘father’ to 12 orphans in home country Vietnamese-American man acts as second ‘father’ to 12 orphans in home country
Jul 17 2017

A Vietnamese-American has financially assisted the adoptive father of 12 orphans in his home country for years as a way to give back to his native country.

Elderly masons build bridges for free in Vietnam Elderly masons build bridges for free in Vietnam
Jul 14 2017

A number of middle-aged and elderly masons in the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap have voluntarily built civil works completely gratis to ease residents’ travel.

Shop offers free clothes to people in need in southern Vietnam Shop offers free clothes to people in need in southern Vietnam
Jul 12 2017

A woman from An Giang Province, located in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta, has been running a shop that offers free-of-charge clothes to the disadvantaged.

In love they trust: The American ‘parents’ of Agent Orange children in Vietnam In love they trust: The American ‘parents’ of Agent Orange children in Vietnam
Jul 11 2017

An American couple who protested the American war in Vietnam now finds purpose in helping Vietnamese children born with defects due to Agent Orange.

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