On behalf of all leaders, staff and residents of the Vietnam Friendship Village, Director Dinh Van Tuyen introduced the Friendship Village building and development history and the work of nursing and caring for the veterans and disabled children – victims of Agent Orange at the Friendship Village. Director also conveyed messages to the international students on “a peaceful world, a world without war and especially preventing the chemical wars in over the world”, and called for the joint hands of the international community to share and help the Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin.
In working frame at the Friendship Village, the students talked and exchanged with the war veterans and were shared the stories about the Vietnam War, working in the herb medicinal garden, organic garden, did the activities of environment hygiene, painting pictures and playing sports with the disabled children effected by Agent Orange.
With limited time, the international students gave special sentiments to all leaders, staff, veterans and children that showed on their smiles, shares and enthusiasm. They highly appreciated the Friendship Village’s humanitarian work in activities of nursing, caring for the Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange.
Ending their activities at the Friendship Village, the Board of Directors met, made farewell and took the souvenir pictures with the messages being chanted “a peaceful world, a world without war”.
August 11th 2016
The Vietnam Friendship Village