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Susan McDonald, former Babylift volunteer writes: Dear Friends, Here is the list of addresses you asked for. If you have more information you can add, please do--and let the rest of us know. Also, as I receive more info I will forward it on to you. I hope you are all doing well. I’ll look forward to hearing from you whenever you have time. Rosemary Taylor (Woman who is mainly responsible for large effort on behalf of children affected by Vietnam war, children without parents and/or family. Rosemary worked from 1968 through April 30, 1975, seeing that over 3,000 children were placed in families all over the globe. She has written the book Orphans of War, a comprehensive history of this effort. Currently and through the years since leaving Vietnam, Rosemary has lived in Bangkok, and is involved in encouraging and supporting a wide range of services: schools/orphanages/ works with refugees/you name it--unbelievable energy and consistency in sharing out resources with many deserving works in Southeast Asia: Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Rosemary is very interested in keeping up with children with whom she was involved during the years of the Vietnam war and their families. Her address: Rosemary Taylor Friends For All Children S.V. Apartments 1E 125/5 Soi Ruam Rudee Ploenchit Road Bangkok, THAILAND tel: 011-662-254-7370 (also # for her FAX) Bien Hoa address : (Sisters of St. Paul) 168 Cach Mang Thang 8, Bien Hoa. TAN MAI: I never had any address for this orphanage. It is in Bien Hoa province & not far from Bien Hoa town, but I do not know the street address. GHENG RANG: Sister Emilienne Xuan Mai was the one who accompanied orphans from Ghenh Rang in 1975. Recently (some months ago) this sister moved to Qui Nhon city . 116 Tran Hung Dao, Phuong Hai Cang
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Qui Nhon, Binh Dinh DANANG: The mother house in the city is: 47 YEN BAY, DANANG. The Beach (where the orphanage was in pre-1960-1975 is: 365 Ngo Quyen, Bac My An, An Thuong Q.III, Danang. DANANG: Sr. Vincent If people are going to Danang, advise them to see Sr. Vincent. I have just found that she is still there. She worked with the old Sisters at the beach.
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  • Spring '16
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  • The Land, Orphanage, Bien Hoa, Phu Nhuan, Cach Mang Thang, Bien Hoa town

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