Vietnam - Asian Orphans of Hope case

The Pham Vu Dong, an agent of AOH in vietnam, gave local authorities a blanket confession. Every baby they dealt with was purchased from its mother, the letter states. He approached women at their homes, in the market place and at hospitals in poor neighborhoods with offers of cash for their babies. He added that higher prices were offered for more attractive babies.
Date: 2001-04-08
Number of children:

Facilitators

Organizations: Asian Orphans of Hope

Location

Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnam
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