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Nguyen Thi Hien

President

Da Nang Association of Victims of Agent Orange

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

D&D


Director

Victims of Agent Orange Centres


eLearning Director

IDJ Techology


Affiliations

Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin

Leader and Member of the Central Committee


Ho Chi Minh City Bar

Member


The Literature and Arts Association of HaNoi

Member, Member


The Fine Arts Association of Ho Chi Minh City

Member


Web References(26 Total References)


VNAORRC, Vietnam Agent Orange Relief & Responsibility Campaign | Donate

vn-agentorange.org [cached]

During the programme, Nguyen Thi Ngoc Phuong, VAVA Vice President, Nguyen Thi Hien, President of the Da Nang Association of Victims of Agent Orange, and two AO victims Tran Thi Hoan and Pham The Minh, told stories of their "journey for justice" in the U.S. At the end of the programme, VAVA raised more than VND8 billion for its provincial chapters in Ha Tinh, Quang Nam, Hai Phong, Bac Giang, and Nghe An. **On the same day, the "Action Month for AO Victims' was launched by the Vietnam Red Cross in Ho Chi Minh City, raising more than VND30 billion for AO victims and disabled people living in poverty.


news.chaobuoisang.net

Ms. Nguyen Thi Hien, Chairwoman of the Da Nang Association of AO/Dioxin Victims, Da Nang has more than 5,000 dioxin-infected people, including over 1,400 children.
Most of them are seriously deformed and they cannot take care of themselves. The testing results which were made public last week surprised Hien because the list of AO/Dioxin victims is no longer 5,000.


www.nhandan.org.vn

Chairwoman of the Da Nang municipal Association of AO Victims, Nguyen Thi Hien, said "This is a painful truth.
For a long time we only cared for AO victims and their families who were directly affected by the toxic chemical left over from the American war in Vietnam, but now we must be concerned about those who have been indirectly affected by AO." Hien suggested the Vietnam Association of Victims of AO, the Ministry of Defence, and the Da Nang authorities provide blood tests for all local people living near the contaminated airport. She added that Da Nang also needs to build its own detoxification centre to offer treatment for large numbers of AO-affected people.


Sibel Edmonds' Boiling Frogs Post | Home of the Irate Minority

www.boilingfrogspost.com [cached]

As they age, and parents die, who is going to look after them? asks Nguyen Thi Hien, director of the Danang Association of Victims of Agent Orange.


vietnamnews.vnagency.com.vn

The delegation, headed by Nguyen Thi Hien, chairwoman of Da Nang City's Association for Victims of Agent Orange, visited seven cities: Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Washington, New York, San Francisco and Seattle.
Hien said the delegation received support from many US veterans, many of whom had once demonstrated against the war in Viet Nam. She said talks, movie presentations and photo exhibitions of victims of AO at schools had made a big impact.


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