Improving livelihood, public health, access to medical care and education, and more ...
WHAT WE DO
Through our dedicated programming, we are helping to end war legacies worldwide. Our work, services and expertise derive from decades of on-the-ground research, surveys, data-gathering, and providing direct support to the people impacted by the legacies of war.
We help impoverished families caring for severely disabled children by providing assistance in the form of animal husbandry, support to start a small home business, home improvement, or vocational training.
We support early intervention and education programs by providing scholarships to children with disabilities and/or to siblings attending secondary school or university.
We finance medical operations for children with congenital heart disorders and birth defects, such as cleft palate and club foot. Wheelchairs, prosthetics and other adaptive equipment are also provided.
We help villagers of the Dong Son Commune replant rattan and other native tree species in their home gardens and forest plots.
We are conducting a digital storytelling project that will capture and archive the eyewitness memories of ordinary Lao citizens who experienced pre-war, wartime, and post-war Laos.
We work with the Quang Nam Province Red Cross in central Vietnam to implement the Bob Feldman Fund, which provides financial support for up to 40 households with severely disabled children. The fund is in honor of a U.S. veteran who died of lymphoma believed to be due to his exposure to Agent Orange in Bien Hoa.