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Project Vietnam 2013

by Tafari Gonzalez-Aird

A documentary film showcasing the highlights of the Comm. 438T classes' experience on their Spring medical mission.

Meet Dr. Quynh Kieu

by Shannon McPherson

Dr. Quynh Kieu is the co-founder of Project Vietnam. Learn about her vision.

Project Vietnam's
Dental Team

by Mega Sugianto

An Vietnamese-American dentist and her husband coordinate dental care for Vietnamese children.

PVNF Spring 2013

by Mega Sugianto

A synopsis of the Project Vietnam Foundation's spring 2013 medical and dental mission to South Vietnam.

An Alley Family
in Saigon

by Madeleine Skains

A family lives in an overcrowded alley next to a luxury hotel, making a living selling food to passersby.

Life in the Mekong Delta

by Mega Sugianto

Life is slow and peaceful living on the river. It provides fish, and the surrounding lush jungle, fruit and more.

Coconut Candy Factory

by Sima Sarraf

A stop at a coconut candy factory while on a Mekong River cruise is truly relaxing.

Vietnamese Market

by Sima Sarraf

A trip to the market offers fresh meat, fish, fruits and vegetables, as well as gifts and souvenirs.

Tunnels of Cu Chi

by Shannon McPherson

These tunnels were the location of several military campaigns during the Vietnam War, and were the Viet Cong's base of operations for the Tet Offensive in 1968.

Day at a
Vietnamese Market

by Madeleine Skains

A typical outdoor Vietnamese market where people buy their food fresh each day.

Starbucks comes to Vietnam

by Shannon McPherson

Starbucks opened its first Vietnam-based shop in Saigon last February.

Buddhist Temple
Orphanage

by Madeleine Skains

A Buddhist monk takes homeless children living on the streets, he takes them in and they have a place to call home in his temple.

Mekong River Tour

by Courtney Ponce

A tour of the Mekong River Delta includes trips through narrow canals, sampling of fresh native fruits, and to a coconut candy factory.

Why We Volunteer

by Courtney Ponce

Volunteers, from the novice to the veteran, describe their experiences on a Project Vietnam mission.

Sorting Meds

by Courtney Ponce

Preparations for a medical mission include sorting through boxes of medications.

The Harlem Shake... Project Vietnam style

by Courtney Ponce

The trend of spring 2013, the Harlem Shake, has gone global! A few Project Vietnam volunteers show how it's done.

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