project vietnam trip

October 1, 2006

Fall Medical Mission October 27 – November 11

On this trip Project Vietnam which will seek to deliver comprehensive health assistance to a needy province in
Vietnam and to bring updated knowledge to health professionals nationwide. Educational and medical institutions
in North and South Vietnam have come to regard the conferences as regular events.

There will be two teams: medical team and training team.

The medical team will start their work in Nge An Province on November 3, 2006 while the training team will start in South Vietnam on October 29, 2006 and ending their mission along with the medical team in North Vietnam. Please click here for a cost break down estimate for each team.

  1. Training in Hanoi, Saigon and chosen provinces on pediatric and medical topics on multiple specialty areas.
  2. Present Newborn Care Skills Training in north and south Vietnam in conjunction with the National Hospital of
    Pediatrics and the School of Medicine-HCM city, within the Newborn Care Initiative launched by PV in 2005.
  3. Primary Care work at a chosen needy province: treat patients at commune clinics & rural schools, survey for
    prevalent primary care problems, train rural health personnel.
  4. Develop pilot programs in Maternal/Newborn care, Malnutrition, School health, Emergency care.
    Cost of the trip including airfare from Los Angeles/San Francisco & land cost: about $2100

For a complete description of this trip in PDF format, please click here.

Please click here for a cost break down estimate for this 2006 Medical Mission Trip.


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