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On Thursday 30th May, Newborns Vietnam hosted a Countdown to Zero event at the British Residency Hanoi to kick start our campaign for safe transportation for newborns in North Vietnam.
Big thank you to everybody who came to what was a hugely successful event where many exciting new relationships were cemented. We are certain that these new bonds will go a long way to help future newborns get safe transportation to the help and treatment they need. Together we can reach our goal of ZERO preventable deaths in Vietnam.
A special thank you to the British Ambassador, Gareth Ward for providing the wonderful venue, Daewoo Hotel Hanoi for supplying the amazing food, Alchemy Asia for the fantastic drinks and Jum for Jazz for the providing the soothing backdrop.
Photos by Sam Wilson – www.samwilsonvisuals.com
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