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Your Help Needed in Shaping Agent Orange Clean Up and Support in Vietnam

Your Help Needed in Shaping Agent Orange Clean Up and Support in Vietnam

To all the communities that share our concern for Agent Orange issues, social justice, and disability rights:

Today there exist a wonderful opportunity to shape the humanitarian effort that is needed to remediate the dioxin tainted hotspots in Vietnam and support the Vietnamese population impacted by Agent Orange and dioxin. USAID is asking for the public’s thoughts and ideas on how to move this effort forward. We would like to ask all those concerned, to take a moment to contribute your thoughts, ideas, and especially your comments of support for the humanitarian effort.

To help voice your thoughts, please read the following announcement from USAID below. It is simple as an email, and can be as short as a paragraph. Thank you for your time.

HANOI, May 16, 2012 — USAID is developing a comprehensive, multiyear plan for Agent Orange-related activities in Vietnam. We invite input in terms of recommendations, ideas, or comments regarding such an effort from any interested individual or organization.

If interested in providing such input for USAID consideration, please provide that input in the form of an email with an MS Word-compatible attachment, not exceeding three pages in single-spaced 12 point font, to by June 8, 2012. When sending that email, please clearly identify yourself or your organization along with your submitted input.

USAID will post a response on this website by June 15, 2012 that summarizes and groups input received, without identifying authors of specific inputs. We will also post a list of individuals or organizations that submitted input. We will not directly respond to any submissions.

Consultation with interested parties is an important part of this multi-year planning effort by USAID. Thank you for your consideration and participation.


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