Former US president Jimmy Carter visits Vietnam for the annual Habitat for Humanity build
epa01937281 Former US president Jimmy Carter delivers a speech during the annual Habitat for Humanity building project in Dong Xa village, Hai Duong, Vietnam 18 September 2009. Thirty-two houses will be built by Habitat home partners and volunteers in Vietnam's Dong Xa village. Former US president Jimmy Carter, his wife, Rosalynn and nearly 3,000 volunteers from around the world will build and repair 166 homes in Thailand, Vietnam, China, Cambodia and Laos. EPA/LUONG THAI LINH | Location: HAI DUONG, Viet Nam.
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