National Alliance of Vietnamese American Service Agencies

National Alliance of Vietnamese American Service Agencies (NAVASA)

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National Alliance Of Vietnamese American Service Agencies - Politics
... Its agenda is economic self-sufficiency and active citizenship for Vietnamese-Americans through full participation in the political system ... Their mission is to empower the Vietnamese-American community in the United States and facilitate the transition of Vietnamese refugees and immigrants from dependency to self-suff ... It works with national and local affiliates to support its member agencies to strengthen national advocacy capability and, to promote the integration of the Vietnamese American community into American society ...

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