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August, 17 2013 10:19:44

Invaluable contribution

Nguyen Huu Hung, deputy director of HCM City's Department of Health (left), attaches the city's insignia to Wayne Wiebel, Senior Technical Advisor of USAID in HCM City for his contributions to HIV/AIDS prevention. The other three who also received the insignia are Michelle McConnell, director of the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention in Viet Nam, Jeanine Ambrosio, acting director of Centre for Disease and Prevention in HCM City, and Donn Colby, a doctor who works in AIDS prevention in HCM City.— VNS Photo Van Dat


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