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Author Topic: VIET NAM _ People Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) the Alliance of NIEM TIN & 567  (Read 1067 times)

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Offline nhomvungtau

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The Alliance of Niem Tin & 567s brief

The Alliance of Niem Tin & 567 is a confederate group formed by the association of different HIV supporting groups that actively serves in many cities and regions ranging from the city Ca Mau to city of Da Nang. These groups work with each other for the following purposes:
•To Support each other.
•Promote even more involvement from HIV patients and families members in anti-HIV and anti _AIDS activities.)
•Assisting HIV/AIDS patients and their families in applying and in receiving services and grants for HIV/AIDS from government and private organization.
• Coordinating with Government and other organizations to carry out projects that are related to HIV/AIDS treatments and prevention.

Sending to you a short video  of our Alliance (on YouTube).
Mr.Tran Minh Khai_A man living with HIV/AIDS_was talking about his club_Niem Tin clb_and The Alliance of NIEM TIN & 567 that created by Mr.Pham Dung Chi_A HIV/AIDS counselor_



The Alliance of Niem Tin & 567 on.youtube.com

  Pham Dung Chi
Cellphone : +84918447556
Email : phamdungchi@yahoo.com

Offline Jody

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Dear Pham...How good of you to be of such assistance to so many in your wonderful nation of Vietnam.  There are so many challenges people living with AIDS face worldwide and I hope your challenges ahead are met with much success.  There are undoubtedly many Aids services organizations with many years of experience that perhaps could help with the nuts and bolts of organizing, advocating and so on.

Best of luck from across the globe here in Queens, New York City.

"Wake up to find out that you are the eyes of the world".
 "Try to discover that you are the song that the morning brings."

Grateful Dead


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