Date: Sun, 30 Jul 2006 18:36:08 -0700 (PDT)

Vietnam and HIV/AIDS

Irvine -- On Subversity airing Monday, July 31, 2006, we chat with an AIDS program manager based in Hanoi, Vietnam, about the situation of AIDS in Vietnam.

We talk with Tenley Mogk is the HIV/AIDS Program Manager in Vietnam for Catholic Relief Services (CRS). CRS is the official international aid organization of U.S. Catholic Church and works all over the world. Prior to joining CRS, Tenley served as the Reproductive Health Program Officer for USAID in the Democratic Republic of Congo, worked on a vaccination study for PATH in Indonesia, facilitated civil society initiatives for the STAR Network of World Learning in post-war Kosovo, and monitored the repatriation of Vietnamese nationals from Hong Kong for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. She holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan, her home state, and an MPH from Columbia University. She speaks fluent Vietnamese and lives in Hanoi, which she calls her "favorite village of 3 million people."

Official figures indicate 108,000 people with HIV/AIDS in Vietnam, of whom 11,000 have died. [See: "Conference discusses AIDS prevention advocacy and efforts, Thanh Nien Daily, 30 July 2006:]

Subversity airs Monday 31 July 2006 from 9-10 am Pacific time on KUCI, 88.9 fm in Orange County, and is webcast simultaneously via

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Thanx for listening.


Daniel C. Tsang
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