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Vietnam Challenge Events – Cycling and Running to Save Newborn Lives
Enjoy cycling and running challenges in the spectacular scenery in the remote north west and central Vietnam. Put on your running shoes or turn the pedals to raise funds to change the life chances of thousands of newborn infants.
24th June 2017 – Join the Newborns Vietnam Isla Climbing Challenge
Our annual Newborns Vietnam Isla Climbing Challenge concept was conceived by David Lloyd, a long-term supporter of Newborns Vietnam. After his family was impacted personally by loss, the idea was born for an annual climbing challenge to unite runners and cyclists in an effort to raise money so fewer parents have to face tragedy.
The Hanoi Challenge – Run or Ride
How many times can you climb the famously steep Giong climb?
2,3……. more? Choose the 2 or 4 hour challenge and see what you can do!
The Ho Chi Minh City Challenge – June 24 – Run or Ride
How many times can you climb Nui Dinh? Choose the 2 or 4 hour challenge.
For information on Newborns Climbing Challenges on 24 June in the UK, New Zealand, Australia email email@example.com
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Premier Oil’s Vuong Thanh Son is cycling for newborns!
Vuong Thanh Son joined Premier Oil in February, 2013 and works as Health, Safety and Environment Coordinator. He is inspired to cycle for newborns. “My family attended the Premier Oil outing event in Da Nang in 2013 where we welcomed the Cyclist Team those came from UK crossing the ocean and very long distant/flying hours […]
Cyclothon UK 2014 – Great result for the Newborns Vietnam team.
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Tuesday 19th August 2014 was a milestone moment for newborn care in Vietnam. 26 nurses from the neonatal unit at Da Nang Hospital for Women & Children became the first nurses in Viet Nam to receive a formal British certificate in neonatal nursing. It was a wonderful moment, very emotional and more than a few […]