Dr. Phuong is checking up one of OBV children
OBV Vietnam welcome Doctor Phuong (from California) has come and stay with OBV children in Vietnam to teach them about sexual and reproductive health knowledge.
Morning of October 26, 2013, Bridge to Happiness (OBV Vietnam) and Vietnam Australia International School (VAS) hosted a presentation for highschool students and parents.
The idea was helping highschool students have a good overview about themselves, helping parents understand more about their children so that students can be well-developed.
OBV Vietnam welcomes Father Martino - the founder of OBV organization - has just arrived Vietnam yesterday evening.
Father Martino is discussing the plan with Doctor Thuy Do and her husband at OBV Vietnam office.
This morning, Father Martino had a meeting with the OBV Board of Director and Doctor Do family - who also arrived Vietnam last week.
The entire staff of OBV Vietnam wish Father Martino good health and will complete your work in the next couple of days in Vietnam.
Translated by Thanh Nguyen. Original version in Vietnamese entitled "Chào Mừng Father Martino Nguyễn Bá Thông Về Việt Nam!"
Mr. Binh Nguyen, Director of OBV Vietnam is greeting doctor Thuy Do family at the airport
A couple of months ago, we had heard the news of doctor Thuy Do family would come and stay in Vietnam for more than six months to help OBV children. This is a huge plan, so we had prepared whatever we could do, and ready for other parts when they come...
Truly thinking, a sewing is a common and suitable profession. Although the children of OBV are still in school, the house management would like to establish a career for their future. So in preparation, management wanted to have some sewing machines for the children to practice, first is to fix the clothes, and then afterward, set for other stages.
This is my first trip and first time I have been, and stayed at the Western River longer than my previous trips that have bolted before this. I was able to lived, to perceived the love, and to understand the life and its people here.
Oct 11, 2013 we left Saigon at 5pm, in the sudden pouring rain, to begin our four days trip to two cities of Hau Giang and Bac Lieu. At 9:30 pm, we stopped at Can Tho for a night rest and continued to Hau Giang next morning.
After a month of "voyage" drifting in the sea, the statue of Mother Fatima has finally arrived safely and intact at the OBV house in Vietnam.
The house management quickly builds a temple for the statue. The position has been stationed. The only thing required is to enhance the scenery with green landscape to make it suitable and increases the worshiping of Mother.
One Body Village is pleased to recognize the contribution from the Asian Club at Norwalk Community College, its Board, and the college students. Despite their busy academic works, they have taken the time to research the subject of human trafficking, increase the awareness of this kind of victimization among their fellow students via presentations and meetings, and organize fundraising through bake sale and donations. They sent their proceeds to OBV so that "the funds would go for the best interest of the oppressed."