Vietnam Vision Inc. was established in Australia in 2003 as a non-profit charity organisation. In 2015, a new identity, "Australian Health Humanitarian Aid (AHHA)" was established and used for overseas operations to reflect the expanded scope of Vietnam Vision Inc. charity work. In 2016, Vietnam Vision Inc. officially changed to Australian Health Humanitarian Aid Inc. (AHHA).
AHHA is an Australian registered non-profit charity organisation. We provide free cataract surgery, eye care, medical and dental treatment using the technology from Australia and the skills of Australian health professional volunteers. We provide humanitarian services to relieve human suffering and improve the quality of life of those in need with compassionate acts. We organize and participate in fundraising activities to support disaster relief and recovery in Australia and Overseas.
⚽ ANNOUNCEMENT ⚽
Fundraising Soccer Match
AHHA Doceroos VS Macquarie Bank Silver Donuts
SUNDAY 03/06/2018, 12:30 pm for 2 pm kickoff
MASON PARK, UNDERWOOD ROAD HOMEBUSH
All funds raised will be matched by the Macquarie Group Foundation in accordance with its staff fundraising policy.
Look forward to seeing many of you wearing your bright canary AHHA tees on Sunday to support our Doceroos!
GO! GO! GO! DOCEROOS!
CLIPS FROM CAMBODIA FIELD TRIP 2017
Clip 1 - The Mission Began
Clip 2 - Our Volunteers
Clip 3 - What We Are About
AHHA and on behalf of our patients, would like to say a BIG "Thank You" to you, our generous supporters for making the 2017 field trip possible.
AHHA wishes to thank each and everyone of our 2017 humanitarian field trip volunteers. We are most grateful for your commitment, compassion and generosity which contributed to another great successful mission.
The assistance and enthusiasm from the Khmer Sight Foundation, local volunteers and university students was invaluable and together with our dedicated AHHA volunteers, wonderful life changing work was accomplished to help the poor and the under-served in Cambodia during 2017 mission.
We would like to especially acknowledge the support of Mr Sean Ngu of the Khmer Sight Foundation (KSF), HRH Prince Tesso Sisowath and princess Sita Norodom of Cambodia, Prof Meng Ngy of Khmer Soviet Friendship Hospital, Prof Callum Durward of Puthisatra University, Australian Ambassador in Cambodia Ms Angela Corcoran, Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Ms Men Sam An and Cambodian Minister of Health Dr Nam Bunheng, Cambodian MP Ms Khoun Sodary and Cambodian MP Dr Cheam Yeap.