The Lô family are a family of five. As an ethnic minority within their region, the family lives in a particularly impoverished area where there is a lack of steady jobs. While the children attend school, the parents are forced to take whatever work they can find, in attempt to support their loved ones. Their jobs are difficult, unstable and poorly paid, and as a result they rarely have enough food to go round. Now, they've discovered that their youngest child, Kim Anh, is sick. The family simply cannot afford treatment for their daughter.
Kim Anh is only five years old. She deserves a chance to live a long, happy, and healthy life, yet does not have the means to receive the necessary cardiovascular treatment to do so. Please join us in support, both financially and in raising awareness for the urgent care that Kim Anh, and so many other Vietnamese children desperately need.
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