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July, 18 2013 10:37:00

USAid funds children's rehabilitation centre

During the centre's opening ceremony, the USAID presented wheelchairs to 69 people with disabilities at the Center for Social Work.—Photo vnexpress

DA NANG (VNS)— The central city of Da Nang's Hospital for Women and Children officially opened a new rehabilitation department for children with help from the US Agency for International Development (USAID).

The opening of the new rehabilitation centre was part of a three-year (2012-15) USAID-funded programme called Comprehensive Support for People with Disabilities.

During the centre's opening ceremony, the USAID presented wheelchairs to 69 people with disabilities at the Center for Social Work. — VNS



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