Links

Support for Australian AO affected veterans and their families:

Vietnam Veterans Association of Australia

Most Centres offer family support services, including partner’s groups.

Vietnam Veterans Federation

and their affiliates the

Vietnam Veterans, Peacekeepers and {eacemakers Assoication of Australia

Offer assistance to families of veterans including War-Widows.  These services are free.

Veterans Support and Advocacy Service Australia

Provides advocacy and related services

Vietnam Veterans  supporting AO  and war survivors in Southeast Asia.

Australians Supporting Kids at Vinh Son Orphanages in Kon Tum, Vietnam

Is an unofficial charity organized by a Vietnam Veteran to support children in the ethnic minority orphanages in Kon Tum. Its mission is to engage in projects that contribute to the health, education and general well being of the children of Vinh Son orphanages, Kon Tum, Vietnam. There are six such orphanages providing care for about 600 children. 100% of donations go to the orphanages.

The MiVAC Trust

Was started by Australian Veterans of the Vietnam War, the first Tunnel Rats, who cleared landmines in Vietnam and who have seen and felt first hand the effects of these indiscriminate weapons. Initially comprising veterans, the group has broadened to include Humanitarian Aid Workers, members of the Peacekeeping Forces, and also many members of the general public who have a common desire to rid the world of these terrible weapons, and assist the victims and communities affected by them.

www.agentorange.org.au/ (helps agent orange victims and survivors in Australia, Vietnam, Laos and other regions One level of assessment is to analyze the factual information that the https://www.paperovernight.com/ author presents in the reading

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