• 515 eye examinations.
  • 93 cataracts operation.
  • 300 humanitarians gift packs donated to impoverished family.
  • 1200 education and hygiene packs were distributed to disadvantaged children.
  • 1515 patients were given medical examinations, 83 ultrasounds procedures and 130 blood tests were done. 
  • 150 hearing aid had been distributed to deaf patients.
  • 1471 dental patients have been seen, with more than 2000 treatments were carried out.
  • 5204 scripts were given out to patients.

AVCF 2017 - whole team

For poor people in 8 villages of Ngoc Hoi District ,Kontum Province from 29 July 2017 till 03 August 2017

A medical team of 42 volunteers from many parts of Australia consists doctors, dentists, nurses and health professionals hadhard worked with over 60 local health professional volunteers to provide free general medical checks, free dental treatments, free cataract operations and humanitarian aid from 29th July 2017 to 3rd August 2017to help poor people in 08 villages of Ngoc Hoi district, KontumProvince ,Vietnam.

The mission costedover 200 thousand Australian dollars. The fund is generously donated by Australian community especially the Vietnamese community in Australia. Medicines, medical and dental supplies are donated by Australian companies to use in this mission. The Australian volunteers, in addition, contribute their services free of charge and also meet their own travel and accommodation expenses.

AusViet Charity Foundation is a non-profit charity organisation registered with Australian Charity and Non-Profit Commission and is approved for tax exemptions and deductibility by Australian Taxation Office. It also is approved by Vietnamese authority to operate as an international non-government organisation to operate in Vietnam.

Dr PhuocVo, OAM, chairman of AusViet Charity Foundation, said that

“On behalf of the AVCF committee I would like to say thank you to all volunteers for your great contributions to this year mission.  I knew that it was a hard work as I could see the tiredness and sweat on the face of all volunteers at the end of each working day”.

Every volunteer strongly believes that “Together we bring hope and health” for those in needs.

Dr PhuocVo can be contacted by phone on +61 4 1233 1991 or email drphuocvo@avcf.org.au

More details about AusViet Charity Foundation can be found on our webpage www.avcf.org.au


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