Whether OBV children are used, abused, exploited, or trafficked, they all meet the defining criteria of child sex exploitation and trafficking of the United Nations and the US government. Henceforth, OBV children are to be served, loved, protected, and cared for as stated in OBV Mission.
Dr. Thanh Tam was trained in Pediatrics/Adolescence as well as Internal Medicine. She has been a physician for 20+ years and has worked in the hospital, academic settings, primary care private practice, sex abuse clinic in Reno, Nevada and is currently work as public health medical officer for Orange County, California.
Atlanta, ngày 15 tháng 10, 2010
7250 Jumilla Avenue
Winnetka, CA 91306
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Immediate Press Release
Atlanta, GA – July 30th, 2010
RE: Appointments of President and Vietnam Directors
The Board of Directors at their meeting on Friday July 9th, 2010 has decided on changes of OBV’s leadership. The Board would like to announce the new leadership changes.
As of August 1st, 2010:
The Board of Directors is confident that Mrs. Dương, Mr. Nguyễn, Ms. Đoàn have the knowledge, passion, and dedication to help OBV grow and succeed in its mission of helping children who have been sexually abused and/or forced into sex slavery.
We thank you for your support, and hope that you will continue to join us in combating child sex slavery.
Together, let us “Be Their Voice!”
Vũ Kim Nga, MD
One Body Village joyfully announces that as of November 17, 2008, we are officially a "Non-Profit Organization" under US Law. Below is the excerpt from the Internal Revenue Service letter granting us this status.