The Vietnamese people have a culture rich with tradition and family values. However, like in any country, Viet Nam has it's own pockets of extreme poverty in the rural areas. The group living in these rural areas that are considered to be living in poverty, constitute 7 million children.
Many children still feel the aftermath of the Vietnam war, suffering from agent orange and landmine explosions. Unicef and organizations of the like have been working tirelessly with the Vietnamese government to provide many of these children with education, health, shelter, social inclusion and protection.
The Liddle Kidz Foundation Global can help in the efforts to raise these children from poverty by providing them with the healing powers of massage.
The Liddle Kidz Foundation Global programs support children who are the unfortunate causalities of a long ago war.
Infants and children in Vietnam have effects that have been passed down from the generation before in the form of birth defects from Agent Orange and the remnants of landmines. It is through our work that we to bring healing and participate in the exchange of love and forgiveness that is needed to heal the affects of the Vietnam War.
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