Operation Reunite is an organization which brings about awareness of the Vietnam War and provides support and understanding to approximately 3000 Vietnamese war babies brought to the United States and other countries like the U.K., France and Australia. The organization offers search support and helps you realize what to expect from the Vietnamese culture, language, customs, and family.
You can visit the website at: operationreunite.org
or see their group on facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Operation-Reunite/126854462775)
Operation Reunite Wiki
Our dream is to link together communities that share a passion for reform and to create a platform for peer sharing. Information about adoption, Amerasian issues, and how to network with Vietnamese communities, can bring our world closer together.
Here are some ideas on how to use this wiki:
- Organizing a reunion in Vietnam 2010
- Grant collaboration
- Bill reform for Amerasians
- DNA database
- Search assistance and support while sharing experience strength and hope
Three decades after Operation Babylift … comes Operation Reunite.
You can visit us on the wiki and include your organizations to an open platform that can freely share information and group collaboration.
Operation Reunite facebook page
Sign up for facebook www.facebook.com and join the Operation Reunite facebook page at www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=7939697748
Search the discussion board, write on the wall, or read about past skype event talks and be sure to join so you receive weekly updates on topics for discussion centering around adoptee issues.
Adoptee Reunion 2010 (May 31st 2009 is the deadline to sign up)
Several adult Vietnamese adoptees are planning a reunion tour to Vietnam in April 2010 for a few weeks. We will be visiting places of personal significance yet will also have plenty of time for recreation. We are sending out this survey to adoptees as a way to gather input so we can make this trip as meaningful as possible.
Take the survery: www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=ZCDxAtCBUiAoueZGnw3kEg_3d_3d
Vietnamese Adoptee and Founder