Vuong attends an IT training session at Van Lang University. – CRS
“I am very happy now as I can make good use of the knowledge and skills that I acquired from the training course.”
A long bout with high fever forever altered the course of energetic Trinh Thi Vuong’s life at the tender age of two years. The eldest daughter of a poor family with five children from the ethnic minority Rac Lay group in Vietnam’s southern province of Binh Thuan, Vuong’s left leg became completely paralyzed. She spent her childhood with a wooden crutch, which she accepted as first. But as she grew up, the crutch gradually became a heavy burden for Vuong.
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