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2008 News

Download the Fall 2008 Newsletter

VNAH Organizes FREE Concert in Danang for People with Disabilities

Effort to Encourage Volunteerism in Vietnamese-American Community

VNAH Promotes Disability Law for Vietnam

Vietnam to Study Legal Framework on Disability in Japan

Prosthetic Outreach Program in Quang Nam Province

Moving Forward on Accessible Transportation

A New National Disability Law in Viet Nam

VNAH Supports Disabled Persons Organizations

VNAH’s Direct Assistance to Vietnamese War and Landmine Victims

The New American Rehabilitation Clinic Begins Operation to Serve People with Disabilities in Danang

2007 News

VNAH Health Ed Fall 2007 Newsletter

 Join Us for the VNAH-HEV 16th Anniversary Celebration, Dec. 22, 2007

Vietnamese Delegation Visits U.S. to Learn about Disability Policy

Viet-Nam Assistance for the Handicapped to Educate Vietnamese Children about Dangers of Unexploded Ordnance

VNAH's Disability Assistance Program Receives National Recognition

VNAH Continues to Deliver Special Gifts from Freeman Foundation to Landmine and War Victims

First Medical Mission to Vietnam Proves a Success

A First-Hand Observation on VNAH's Work by a Board Member

Two Days + Two Countries = Countless Smiles: Concerts in Vietnam and Laos Showcase Disabled Performers' Talents

2006 News

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Vietnam's First Employer Conference

Inclusion of Vietnamese with Disabilities

President's Volunteer Service Award

VNAH and HealthEd Provide Life-Changing Opportunities

Freeman Foundation: Heroic Efforts Continue

Making Real Progress: Mainstreaming People with Disabilities

Vietnam Publishes Regulations and Standards on Accessibility in Public Transportation

Accessible Construction: A New Way of Life

Community Support

VNAH Assists in Design of Vietnam's National Action Plan on Disability

VNAH Promotes Development of Non-Governmental Organizations

"Designated Projects"

VNAH Ramps Up New Programs in Ho Chi Minh City and Dak Lak Provice to Further Integrated People with Disabilities

Highlights of VNAH Disability Policy Project 2004-2004

Volunteer Medical/Dental Mission a Huge Success

Laotian Officians and NGO Leaders Study Vietnamese NGO

Four New Schools Open for Rural, Ethnic Children; Eight More to Open Soon

In Appreciation

News Briefs

VNAH Stages First International Concert for People with Disabilities

Join Us to Enable the Disabled

VNAH/HealthED Support Corrective Surgery for Children

Vietnamese Legislators Review Implementation of Ordinance on Disabled Persons

Conference to Review 7 Years of Implementation of the Ordinance on Disabled Persons, The National Assembly Guest House, Hanoi, Vietnam, January 9 - 10, 2006

2005 News

December 2005: Video photo summary of the works VNAH-HealthEd in Vietnam

(Large file, please be patient)

Vietnamese Lawmakers Study U.S. Disabilities Legislation

Senate Reception for Study Tour Delegation on September 27

View VNAH & HealthEd Update, Fall 2005

Fall 2005: Outreach Missions Expand to Assist Amputees in Remote Rural Areas

Fall 2005: The Freeman Foundation Continues to Assist Landmine and War Victims in Vietnam

Fall 2005: Access to Public Transportation

August 2005: VNAH takes the lead to include Disability to Government Poverty Reduction Plan

March 15, 2005: View the CNN Video Clip about Ca Van Tran and VNAH
(Real Media or Windows Media)

2004 News

March 6, 2004: "Boost for the Brave" Dinner

Mar. 2004: Moving Forward, Giving Back: US Immigrants Become Homeland Philanthropists

Nov. 2003: VNAH Continues its Wheelchair Outreach Delivery Project to rural district. During the first two weeks in November 2003, VNAH orginized and delivered 200 wheelchairs to landmine and war victims and disabled people in seven different provinces.

Nov 20, 2003 - The crews of the visiting USS Frigate Vandegrift joins Viet Nam Assistance for the Handicapped in the construction of a new school in the Can Gio District of Ho Chi Minh City. The Vandegrift's visit was the first US ship in almost 30 years since the end of the war.

Announcement: Promoting Civil Society

2003 News

Outreach Mission: Reaching Out To Needy Amputees in Rural Areas

Overcoming Barriers

Sustainable Programs: Investing in Grassroots for Change

US Ambassador Raymond Burghardt joined by Vietnamese officials at the opening ceremony of the school in Khe Sanh Village in Quang tri province

Coordinating Assistance for People with Disabilities

Giving Voice & Choice: The Small Grants

Putting Plans Into Action - Accessibility Building Code and Standards

Self-Help Projects - Meeting the Needs of the Rural Poor

Keep Walking

Combatting AIDS - Hanoi HIV/AIDS Awareness Project

Rewarding Employment at the Grassroots Level

Implementing the Ordinance on Disabled Persons - The National Assembly Organizes a Regional Conference

MOLISA-Led Delegation Studies Employment Services for People with Disabilities in US and Thailand

Vietnamese Ministerial Study Tour - NGO Law

To view a full pdf version of the Summer 2003 newsletter, click here.

2002 News

LANDMINE/UXO Education and Awareness Project




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