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  New Shoes And UXO Safety Messages Keep Hill-Tribe Children Healthy And Safe
Huong Hoa, Quang Tri (December 08, 2014) – Hundreds of primary students in Huong Linh Commune, one of the poorest communes of the mountainous district of Huong Hoa, were provided with brand new canvas TOMS shoes from Project RENEW and its partner, the Humpty Dumpty Institute (HDI). The shoes, distributed to the children in a ceremony held today, are part of TOMS “One for One™” international initiative that has given over 35 million pairs of new shoes to children in need around the world......[see more]
  Acclaimed Vietnamese Folk Singer Van Khanh Perfoms For Disadvantaged Children And Disabled People on International Day Of People With Disabilities
Dong Ha, Quang Tri (December 03, 2014): Elite artist, Vietnamese folk singer Van Khanh performed for hundreds of disadvantaged children and people with disabilities in an exchange program of which she was the special guest held today at the Mine Action Visitor Center in Quang Tri Province.....[see more]
  U.S. Veteran Leads Clean-Up Of Vietnam War’s Lethal Remnants
There are still ongoing lethal consequences of the Vietnam War that ended in 1975. Undetonated "bomblets," dropped by the U.S. military during the conflict, are killing and maiming people who discover them by accident. To help close a painful chapter in history, American veteran Chuck Searcy has made bomb removal and education his humanitarian mission....[see more]
  Mine Action ALERT: 17-Year-Old Boy In Critical Condition After Ordnance Explosion
Dong Ha, Quang Tri (October 20, 2014) – An ordnance explosion last Friday morning critically injured a 17-year-old boy, Tran Van Hoan, in Hoan Cat Village, Cam Nghia Commune of Cam Lo District...[see more]
  Artillery Shell Safely Removed From Kindergarten Grounds
Cam Lo, Quang Tri (October 14, 2014) – One of Project RENEW’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) teams yesterday took action to safely remove a piece of unexploded ordnance (UXO) from a kindergarten attended by 150 toddlers in Cam Lo Ha Village of Cam Thanh Commune. RENEW’s quick response came immediately after a Youth Union official called the Project RENEW hotline number and reported the discovery...[see more]


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