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Sunday, January 22, 2006 

Street Kids in Vietnam

After starting to read Our Man in Hanoi's blog, I have sort of cultivated an interest in reading about work done by Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs), especially in Vietnam. These days I only really only check NGO blogs in Vietnam, but thats because I don't yet know any interesting blogs by other NGOs in India or anywhere else.

But I recently came across a new blog run by Blue Dragon - I think its an Australian NGO in Hanoi that helps street children and provides them with support - especially saving from them getting exploited by unscrupulous people. They do a great job. The blog does make for a very interesting read. Check it out.

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