Victor Hsu, Interfaith Delegation on Agent Orange in Vietnam

 
 

In May 2010, Victor Hsu, former Director for Korea for World Vision International and former Director of the UN Office of the World Council of Churches, joined a delegation of interfaith leaders who took a trip to Vietnam to learn about the legacy of Agent Orange. As a leader in global issues and humanitarian work, Hsu was deeply moved by what he witnessed in Vietnam: severely disabled children and people hard at work to provide health and rehabilitation services. As a result of his trip, Hsu has now become a supporter of Agent Orange relief work by formally endorsing the U.S.-Vietnam Dialogue Group’s Declaration and Plan of Action and introducing this issue to influential colleagues.

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