Lao Embassy in Vietnam: “Turning” ” congratulatory flowers into presents for disaster-hit victims in Central Vietnam
09:23 | 03/12/2020
On the occasion of the 45th anniversary of the National Day of the Lao People's Democratic Republic (December 2, 1975 - December 2, 2020)), the Embassy of Laos in Vietnam has launched an initiative to "turn" congratulatory flowers into presents for people in Central Vietnam who have been recently affected by storms and floods.
Whitmore’s disease kills two in Vietnam’s central provinces
15:42 | 26/11/2020
Over the past two months, the number of patients infected with Melioidosis, also called Whitmore's disease has increased sharply and two people died, Da Nang Hospital said.
Disaster-hit Vietnam’s central provinces receive more financial aid
14:39 | 26/11/2020
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has decided to grant an additional aid worth 670 billion VND (US$ 29 million) from the central budget reserves for nine Central and Central Highlands provinces to tackle the aftermaths of natural disasters.
Natural disasters possibly slash 1.5% off Vietnam’s annual GDP
07:57 | 18/11/2020
Natural disasters possibly slash 1.5% off Vietnam’s annual GDP or even more unless timely solutions are implemented in response to climate change, said the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.
Storm Etau kills two people, blows off house roofs in central Vietnam
10:07 | 11/11/2020
Storm Etau has left at least two people dead as it made landfall in Vietnam’s central region.
Storm Goni heads for south central Vietnam
07:52 | 06/11/2020
Storm Goni, the 10th of its kind to enter the Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea) this year, is expected to bring heavy rains to Vietnam’s central and Central Highlands regions.
Roads in central Vietnam heavily ruined by storm Molave
22:08 | 03/11/2020
Storm Molave, which is believed to be the strongest of its kind hitting Vietnam over the past 20 years wrecks many roads in central Vietnam.
Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association aids US$2,200 for flood victims in central Vietnam
09:37 | 03/11/2020
On the morning of November 2, at the headquarters of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front, on behalf of the Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association, Mr. Bui Khac Son, the former Vice President of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations and the Standing Vice Chairman of the Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association gave VND 50 million (US$2156) to support flood-stricken people in central Vietnam.
Storm Goni on its way to central Vietnam
07:21 | 03/11/2020
At 7pm on November 2, Storm Goni was at roughly 510 km from the southeast of the Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelago in the Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea), with wind speeds of up to 75 kph,
A fundraising photo exhibition in Australia opened by Vietnamese photographer to support Central Vietnam
16:22 | 02/11/2020
Nearly 40 photos were sold out within the first day of the exhibition as lots of voluntary contributions donated from friends and attendance.
230 deaths in floods and landslides in central Vietnam
09:10 | 31/10/2020
Floods and landslides triggered by storms and torrential rains in central Vietnam this month have killed at least 230 people, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said at a meeting on October 30.
Flood in Central Vietnam: RoK Ambassador sends US $300,000 to Vietnam
21:22 | 30/10/2020
The Korean Ambassador on Thursday afternoon sent an aid package worths US $300,000 to help flood-stricken provinces in Central Vietnam overcome damages.
Hoi An ancient town wrecked after storm Molave
10:48 | 30/10/2020
Hoi An ancient town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the central province of Quang Nam left a wreck after the storm No.9 Molave passed.
New storm to enter Bien Dong Sea, may slam into central Vietnam
08:03 | 30/10/2020
A new storm named Goni is forecast to enter the Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea) in the morning of November 1, and head towards Vietnam’s central region.
19 dead, dozens missing after landslides in central Vietnam
07:29 | 30/10/2020
At least 19 people have died and dozens are missing after three landslides hit the central province of Quang Nam on October 28.
Flood in Central Vietnam: 26 fishermen went missing, 2 boats sunk
14:58 | 29/10/2020
At least 26 fishermen were missing after two fishing boats from South-central Binh Dinh Province sank as one of the strongest typhoons in two decades tore into Vietnam's central coastline on Wednesday.
Quang Ngai, Quang Nam in central Vietnam left desolate after fierce storm Molave
09:26 | 29/10/2020
There have been thousands of houses unroofed and dozens of people died as fierce storm Molave bombarded Quang Nam and Quang Ngai Province in central Vietnam.
In photos: Quang Binh left ravaged after record flooding
14:49 | 27/10/2020
Many houses were ruined and possessions were swept away after floodwaters subsided in Quang Binh’s Le Thuy District in central region.
Over 1.2 million residents to be evacuated as Storm Molave heads for central Vietnam
15:45 | 26/10/2020
More than 1.2 million people would be evacuated as Storm Molave entered the Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea) in the morning of October 26 and is expected to affect seven central provinces.
Flood in Central Vietnam: Heart-touching video of old grandma carries donated clothes on back
11:56 | 26/10/2020
A short video picturing an old hunchback grandma carries old clothes and instant noodles while walking with a stick to the donation site has stolen the hearts of Vietnamese netizens. The grandma is reportedly making donations to the flood-stricken areas in Central Vietnam.