Simon Kläntschi (Vietnam)


Simon Kläntschi

Simon Kläntschi (Landmine Survivors Network Vietnam (LSN-V): Simon holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Geneva. Following his graduation, he interned at the Swiss Embassy in Bangkok and volunteered in a home for disabled children in Cuzco, Peru, where his tasks included teaching and physical therapy. Simon then worked in Berlin for the Ecumenical Network for Central Africa, a network of five German Christian humanitarian organizations which advocates for human rights and development in the Great Lakes Region. At the time of his fellowship, Simon was pursuing a dual Master’s degree in International Affairs at Sciences Po Paris and the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland, specializing in International Security.



02 Sep

Goodbye and thank you all

That’s it. My time with AEPD in Dong Hoi has come to an end. Time

Posted By Admin

Posted Sep 02, 2010

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27 Aug

Mr. Luu – outreach worker with all his heart

Hoang van Luu was born in 1964 during the “American war” in a farming village

Posted By Admin

Posted Aug 27, 2010

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24 Aug

The story of my friend Hoai

Luong Thanh Hoai has been an outreach worker for AEPD (formerly LSN-V) since 2006. Himself

Posted By Admin

Posted Aug 24, 2010

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22 Aug

A bomb in Dong Hoi City

Two weeks ago, an unexploded aerial 250-kilo-bomb was uncovered on a construction site to extend

Posted By Admin

Posted Aug 22, 2010

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09 Aug

Ms. Hue, her dream is a fridge

Nguyen Thi My Hue was born disabled. She has a serious congenital malformation, is humpbacked

Posted By Admin

Posted Aug 09, 2010

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05 Aug

Mr. Son, a succesful carpenter

Vietnam has an immense number of disabled people. Around 5 millions or 6.3 per cent

Posted By Admin

Posted Aug 05, 2010

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10 Jul

Looking back on LSN-V

Now we are officially the Association for Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (AEPD). I would

Posted By Admin

Posted Jul 10, 2010

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06 Jul

From global to local: Survivor Corps Vietnam becomes the Association of Empowerment for Persons with Disabilities (AEPD)

This summer is a very important time for Survivor Corps Vietnam, as the organization is

Posted By Admin

Posted Jul 06, 2010

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22 Jun

My arrival in Dong Hoi

It has now been one week since I have arrived in Dong Hoi. Time has

Posted By Admin

Posted Jun 22, 2010

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13 Jun

On my way to Vietnam

Tomorrow the day finally arrives when I will get on the plane towards Vietnam, where

Posted By Admin

Posted Jun 13, 2010

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