It is because children who suffer from AO sequel have no connection to political situation in the early 1960s but they are victims of decisions made 50 years ago, when the US administration decided to launch the chemical war.
“Every morning, when I’m assembly my artificial leg, I think about the people who decided to spray 20 million liters of weed killer in Southeast Asia. Their decision in the past has affected my life,” Bowser says.
“Vietnamese children have to face similar meaningless tragedies in their lives. They face an uncertain future as the aftermath of inborn disability, diseases and poverty. They are innocent victims and they are deserved to a better life,” she adds.