Project #9777

Curing 1,000 Underserved TB Patients in Vietnam

by Operation ASHA - USA
Jul 15, 2013

Latest update from Vietnam

The latest update from Vietnam brings good news: we’ve received our permit of operations. We’re excited that the opportunity to expand our model into Vietnam is getting closer to realization. Of course, it also means much more work ahead and our plans are being further developed and fine-tuned.

The ongoing support we have for entering Vietnam encourages us and we sense that we’ll hit the ground running rather soon. However, we’re at the stage where we wish to ensure our steps towards kicking off operations rest on a strong foundation. Our ties and the increasingly collaborative discussions we’re going through seem quite promising. We hope to soon make a difference by treating some of the most disadvantaged tuberculosis patients in the country.


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Organization Information

Operation ASHA - USA

Location: Chicago, IL - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Operation ASHA - USA
Project Leader:
Sandeep Ahuja
Delhi, Delhi India

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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