International Children Assistance Network

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International Children Assistance Network (ICAN) - non-profit organization providing help for parents, caregivers and the general population in promoting the healthy development of children from prenatal to the age of 5 years old. The activities of ICAN are mainly dedicated to Vietnamese communities.

The Organization implemented a project in Vietnam called "Strategy to Promote Public Awareness of Vietnamese Children's Health and Safety Issues" with total spendings of about US$25,000 in 2004.

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  • "$1.2 Million in Grants to Promote Health, Well Being of Local Children" - Lucile Packard Foundation
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  • "Young Vietnamese Americans giving back to their home country" - Nguoi Viet 2
  • "Anti-Trafficking Initiative" - East Meets West Foundation
  • "Asian American Groups Thank Census Bureau for Corrected Census 2010 Translation" - Asian American Justice Center

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