Our experts in the U.S. and in our hubs in Viet Nam, Laos and Cambodia can provide information and interviews about our work to raise awareness and address the long-term consequences of war legacies. Learn more about the impact of our economic, health, educational and environmental programs as well as priority issues and policies and the people we assist.
PRESS COVERAGE | IN THE NEWS
"In a new study of over 300,000 US veterans, researchers found that those exposed to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War were nearly twice as likely to be diagnosed with dementia than those who weren't."
November 5, 2019
"Vietnam has handed over an area of land to its former war enemy the U.S., but this time the two sides aren’t fighting across an old battlefield, but working together to fight what lies beneath."
July 20, 2019
"Paris Dauk’s left arm lies close to her chest, reminiscent of how a bird bears a broken wing. She’s talkative and has a propensity to fill her face, itself marked by abnormal growths, with a toothy grin."
Jul 9 2019
"For Sen. Patrick Leahy, the effects of war don’t end when the bullets stop flying.
That’s why the longtime senator has fought for humanitarian causes long after the conflict is over."
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