The mother of a family affected by Agent Orange collects rice for further processing in the city of Dong Hoi on July 15th, 2015.
A former soldier from the Vietnamese army proudly shows his medal given by the government thanking him for his service during the war. July 31st, 2015.
Mr. Lee, a former Vietnam war soldier, visits the graveyard of his 12 children exposed to ‘agent orange’ in August 3rd, 2015.
Mr. Duc and his children, all exposed to Agent Orange during an after the Vietnam war, in his home in Dong Hoi. July 16th, 2015.
Mrs. Duc cares for her two children exposed to Agent Orange and suffering from spinal malformations on July 16th, 2015.
Duong Thi An shows the different medicines her children have to take to survive on a daily basis, some of them already expired. July 28th, 2015.
‘It is a full time job, 24 hours of the day are invested in taking care of Lien; she constantly needs for one of us to help her’, says Lien’s mother and her main caregiver, Phan Thi Do. August 2nd, 2015.
Lien suffers from cerebral palsy which has her gripping her hand to the point in which her nails cut through the skin. August 2nd, 2015.
Mr. Toan, a former soldier from the Vietnamese army, smiles at his daughter who suffers from Agent Orange symptoms including dwarfism, limited cognitive functions among others in the city of Bo Trangh. August 10th, 2015.
An Agent Orange survivor awaits for his mother in his room in the city of Bo Trangh on August 18ht, 2015. He's normally left naked as mental issues associated with Agent Orange have him rip his clothes whenever he's wearing any.