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Korean scholarships for AO victims

Scholarships worth nearly 20,000 USD have been awarded to Agent Orange victims and other young Vietnamese in difficult conditions by the Jeong Soo Foundation of the Republic of Korea. Beneficiaries come from Hải Dương, Bắc Giang, Nam Định and Thái Nguyên provinces.

Relief to Cuban storm victims

87.82 million VND and 10,000 USD have been collected by individual Vietnamese as relief to Cuban victims of the storms Gustav and Ike. Among the donors were Vietnamese who had studied or worked in Cuba, and those having business relations with Cuban firms.

VPDF’s partnerships expanded, diversified

Over the past five years since its founding, the Vietnam Peace and Development Foundation has been able to build, expand and diversify a network of partner organizations in many countries and all continents, including political parties, non-governmental organizations, regional and international organizations.
The remark was made by Mr. Trần Đắc Lợi, then VPDF General Secretary, in a report to VPDF’s Second Convention in Hanoi last June.

VPDF to promote research projects

The Board of VPDF’s Council, meeting on November 6, decided to promote in the coming months several research projects, one of which related specifically to the world financial crisis and its impacts on Vietnam..
Others concern EU-ASEAN Free Trade Agreements and utilization of a market economy for social development purposes.

Japanese NGO finances VPDF-sponsored community projects

For two and a half years, the Japanese Sasakawa Peace Foundation has been financing community development projects in three Vietnamese provinces, with VPDF as a link organization.
The projects started in 2006 after a joint study had concluded that Japan was very successful in cooperative activities targeting the development of production and tourism and improvement of the people’s living standards, and that exchanges of experience, financed by Sasakawa Peace Foundation, would be of great help to Vietnamese local communities.


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