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Friday, February 27th, 2015

Donate to help amputees in Viet-Nam


Viet-Nam Assistance for the Handicapped (VNAH) is a nonprofit, nonpolitical, tax-exempt charitable organization founded in 1991 to assist the war amputees and other disabled in Viet-Nam. Its overall purpose is to assist the disabled in Viet-Nam to overcome their disability and to lead a richer and fuller life.

VNAH programs provide:

  • Technical assistance to regional prosthetics clinics in the production and delivery of limbs and braces.
  • Technical assistance to both government and privately owned wheelchair factories in the production of high quality, low cost wheelchairs.
  • Technical assistance in vocational training to two national vocational training centers and selected centers in the provinces.
  • Promote programs and policies at the national level to integrate the disabled into all aspects of their community's social and economic affairs.

    24th Annual Charity Gala October 25, 2014

Learn more about VNAH

How to make a contribution

VNAH/HealthEd 24th Annual Charity Gala will be held on Saturday, October 25, 2014
This year's goal is to raise $50,000 to build a strong bridge in a remote mountain (Central Highlands) village that will help schoolchildren safely get to and from school. Currently, the children use shoddy wooden panels and homemade plastic boats to cross the river, which has led to a number of accidents including drowning.
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Volunteers and Donors:  Volunteers and donors interested
in helping VNAH efforts may contact VNAH through:
Vietnam Assistance for the Handicapped/ Health and Education Volunteers
P.O. Box 6554, McLean, Virginia 22106 USA.
Phone: (703) 847-9582,. Fax: (703) 448-8207; e-mail:


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