Children Of Vietnam Veterans Health Alliance
A brand new organization formed in January 2012 founded BY the Children of Vietnam Veterans FOR the children of Vietnam Veterans and those exposed to Agent Orange/Dioxin
You Are NOT Alone!
Widow of an American Vietnam Veteran and award winning filmmaker
Watch her first film here:
The Plain Dealer
The special report:
The Vietnam Reporting Project is a journalism fellowship program designed to produce groundbreaking multimedia news coverage on the enduring environmental and health consequences of Agent Orange contamination in Vietnam.
War Legacies Project Their work is focused on the long-term health and environmental impacts of the use of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. They also address the on-going impacts of unexploded ordinance."
Vietnam Agent Orange Relief and Responsibility CampaignIn support of justice for Vietnamese Agent Orange victims, a national coalition of veterans, Vietnamese-Americans and other community leaders. The U.S. government used Agent Orange, from 1962 to 1971, as part of their war in Vietnam. Agent Orange contains dioxin, one of the deadliest substances known, and continues to cause death and sickness to millions of Vietnamese and to many U.S. veterans of the Vietnam war. Now even more than thirty years after the war, Agent Orange remains in the land and water of Vietnam, causing horrific birth defects to several generation of children
The Veterans Adminstration