We began our second path, Building Schools in Viet Nam, as a result of an unforeseen incident that occurred in July 2008. While in route to Prey Phghues Primary School in rural Cambodia to deliver an emergency shipments of rice, textbooks, school supplies, clothing, and other supplies to the disadvantaged students and girls at risk for human trafficking, one of our Trustee members diverted his trip and laid-over in Ho Chi Minh City (“HCMC”) due to security concerns. While in HCMC, our Trustee read an article in the Viet Nam News. The article described the tragic death of three young boys, aged 11, 12 and 14, who stepped on an American war era landmine and died in Quang Tri Province. After reading the article, we contacted the Viet Nam Department of Foreign Affairs and committed to build an primary school to honor the three boys. To learn more about our school in Quang Tri Province, read Building Schools in Viet Nam.