HIV Orphanage Clinic in Vietnam – Photos

My MBA program visited an HIV Orphanage Clinic in Vietnam, and we witnessed the heart-wrenching living conditions that the orphans there experience on daily basis.  Here is a video of our experience helping the clinic: 

I returned home with a profound sense of gratitude, and guilt, for the life that I am fortunate, and lucky enough, to live.  My trip to Vietnam was a requirement of my Master’s program at the University of Wisconsin, where I am obtaining my Masters in Business Administration (MBA).  I will graduate in February of 2013. I’ve thought about the children and the babies that I met every day since I left Asia.

I witnessed, first-hand, the operations of an HIV Orphanage Clinic in a third-world country, and it ripped my heart out.  Life isn’t fair.  I can’t go into the details about the conditions of the clinic, but what I can say is that I was blubbery sobbing mess underneath my sunglasses during the entire bus-ride back to the hotel when we left the HIV Orphanage Clinic. There is so much that I want to do to help these children and the caregivers at the clinic. (See How My Favorite Baby Product Will Help Orphans With HIV in Vietnam for more on that).

If you are interested in helping the clinic, or for more information, please contact me via email at [email protected]

Find below additional posts that I have made regarding the HIV Orphanage Clinic:

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