Project Vietnam Foundation works to improve healthcare in rural Vietnam and change lives.


Project Vietnam Foundation is a nonprofit humanitarian organization working to create sustainable pediatric healthcare in Vietnam, while providing free healthcare and aid to impoverished rural areas across the country. Learn more, work with us, or donate.

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Spring Mission 2014

baby_cleft_lipProject Vietnam Medical Mission Team will spend two weeks in Vietnam in March. Lead surgeon Amanda Gosman, director of Pediatric Plastic Surgery at the University of California in San Diego, and her team, will restore facial appearance to 40 children from Long An province with cleft lips and palates. A group of about 100 volunteers will be offering surgeries, as well as medical, dental and vision care. The training team will continue PVNF's ongoing mission of working with health professionals, building pediatric care and launching new initiatives relative to neonatal followup, early detection of children with special needs and newborn hearing screening, working in a variety of locations in south, central and north Vietnam.

Breaths for Newborns campaign

PVNF started the Newborn Care Initiative 10 years ago and has helped to develop services to newborn babies through training and advocacy.

We've provided training to 85% of the provinces and we are striving to reach the last 10!

Our goal is to raise $60,000 to save infants. Everyday 80 newborns die in Vietnam from lack of oxygen.

Please join us to provide Breaths for Newborns!

Gifts to Project Vietnam Foundation are tax-deductible, tax ID #26-1422761

To maximize your donation, our volunteers pay their own trip cost, and our overhead is 3%.