A delegation of women from the United States travelled to Vietnam to meet with VAVA members in Hanoi, Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City.
Over the years, delegations from many nations have researched and publicized the toxic effects of Agent Orange/Dioxin in Vietnam.
“The greatest tragedy is that the second and third generations of babies are being born with the same horrible deformities,” Bishop Thomas Gumbleton
“Victims in connection with America’s spraying of Agent Orange during the American War in Vietnam must be assisted more, especially from the US side,” said U.S. Congressman Bob Filner.
Featured image: VAVA Delegation, left to right: two translators, VAVA President Nguyen Van Rin, Nguyen Minh Y, Dang Hong Nhut From November 22nd to December 4th, 2010 a delegation of leaders of the...
Rayburn House Office Building, Washington DC VAVA (Vietnam Assocation of Victims of Agent Orange/dioxin) testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee...
A fact-finding delegation of US veteran leaders are in Vietnam to survey the lingering effects of dioxin-laced herbicides.
2008 Congress of the Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin; Presentation by Paul Cox
Paul Cox, Head of the U.S. Delegation and Co-Coordinator of Vietnam Agent Orange Relief & Responsibility Campaign Agent Orange and the True Cost of War
U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs: Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, and the Global Environment.
Dr. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Phuong and the American Public Health Association’s Landmark Policy Statement