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I Am Now: Dioxin's Legacy in Vietnam

Children dance to "Gangnam Style' at a day center for Dioxin affected children in Danang, Vietnam. Danang was one of the most heavily affected regions, and it's estimated there are still about 5,000 affected residents still in the area, of which about 1,200 are children. DAVA (Danang Association of Agent Orange Victims) operates three day centers for the children with some independent capacities, a place where they can learn life skills, basic education, and socialize without being stigmatized in the outside world.

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I Am Now: Dioxin's Legacy in Vietnam
Children dance to "Gangnam Style' at a day center for Dioxin affected children in Danang, Vietnam. Danang was one of the most heavily affected regions, and it's estimated there are still about 5,000 affected residents still in the area, of which about 1,200 are children. DAVA  (Danang Association of Agent Orange Victims) operates three day centers for the children with some independent capacities, a place where they can learn life skills, basic education, and socialize without being stigmatized in the outside world.