A Vietnamese adoptee looks for answers at the Go Vap Orphanage
One woman we met last week, Kim Browne, is staying in Ho Chi Minh City to keep working at the Go Vap Orphanage. Browne was one of the last babies airlifted out as Saigon fell in 1975. Now 32, she has traveled from her home in London back to Go Vap – her own former orphanage – to teach English and work with the disabled children while trying to find information about her birth mother.
You can view Kim’s story by clicking on this YouTube link.
Stay tuned for more news from our journey with the Rockland group.