Children of vietnam


Nguyễn Thị Kim Anh Nguyễn Hoài Phương Nguyễn Thị Ngọc Ánh Trần Nhuận Điền Nguyễn Đức Tân
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Nguyễn Thị Kim Anh

Who We Help

Who do we help?

Cases already supported

Launched in June 2006, the Children of Vietnam Fund, co-organised by FV Hospital and the Thanh Nien newspaper, has gathered together more than five hundred million Vietnam dollars for operations on thirty-six children with congenital deformities or those who were suffering from the effects of serious accidents. Vietnamese and French surgeons coming from prestigious hospitals around the world have given their time and expertise to the Children of Vietnam Fund. All thirty-six operations were successful and the children could return to normal life. Several of these children come from places such as the Peace Village of Tu Du Hospital or the Tam Binh Children's Shelter Centre. We have been able to locate many others all over Vietnam, mainly from very poor families, in very diverse areas such as Da Nang, Phu Yen, Binh Thuan, Ho Chi Minh City, Long An and Tra Vinh. Recently, we have mainly focused on the Mekong Delta where there are many handicapped children awaiting surgery. For example, we have undertaken successful work in Ben Tre province where we have given medical consultations to more than three hundred children. More than forty of them are in great need of your help.

Is that you will share in this extraordinary and wonderful mission.

Case 46: Nguyen Thi Hang Ni
Nguyen Thi Hang Ni

Serious spinal curvature
The condition from birth made day-to-day life difficult.

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Case 47: Nguyen Thi Hong
Nguyen Thi Hong

Major burns to the body
With severely reduced movement , not least being unable  to move her head and her right arm correctly, she  avoided school in embarrassment . Her mother, who needed to work, was raising her and her sister alone after the husband  deserted them.

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Case 48: Nguyen Thi Ni Na
Nguyen Thi Ni Na

Serious spinal curvature
Not being able to walk straight, her life was filled with pain. Supported by her mother who mortgaged their house and by another charity organisation who financed half of the operation cost, we took the decision to operate.

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