Japan, UNICEF to Help Vietnam Enhance Resilience to Disaster Risks for Children

Japan, UNICEF to Help Vietnam Enhance Resilience to Disaster Risks for Children

The exchange of notes was inked by Japanese Ambassador Takio Yamada and UNICEF Representative in Vietnam Rana Flowers in the presence of Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Hoang Hiep.
'Worst flooding event' since 2010 in Nashville: At least 4 people killed as water keeps rising

'Worst flooding event' since 2010 in Nashville: At least 4 people killed as water keeps rising

Nashville has declared a state of emergency after flash flooding overnight Saturday killed at least four people in the area.
Central Vietnam hydropower plant flooded following water pipe breaks

Central Vietnam hydropower plant flooded following water pipe breaks

A broken pipe flooded a hydropower plant with water and mud in Thua Thien-Hue Province Friday, forcing it to shut down.
1,500 residents in Nha Trang evacuate over flooding fear

1,500 residents in Nha Trang evacuate over flooding fear

Persistent torrential rains leave many roads and residential areas in Nha Trang city inundated, disrupting people’s daily life. Over 1,500 residents have to relocate to schools, community houses, etc,. for safety concerns.
Video: Helicopter provides daily neccesities to isolated citizens in Vietnam's flood-stricken areas

Video: Helicopter provides daily neccesities to isolated citizens in Vietnam's flood-stricken areas

The Mi171 helicopter on Sunday carried a supply package with sufficient food and daily necessities to aid nearly 3,000 flood-hit residents in Central Vietnam.
Flood in Central Vietnam: HCMC's school roof blown off due to eavy storm

Flood in Central Vietnam: HCMC's school roof blown off due to eavy storm

Fierce storm has blown off the roof of a row of classrooms in Ho Chi Minh's Binh Phu high school on October 31, disrupting scheduled schooling.
Helicopers send daily necessities for 3,000 residents in cut-off areas

Helicopers send daily necessities for 3,000 residents in cut-off areas

Helicopters are set to be dispatched to drop food and daily necessities to around 3,000 local residents left cut off by heavy flood and landslides in recent weeks, in Phuoc Thanh and Phuoc Loc communes.
Flood in Central Vietnam: RoK Ambassador sends US $300,000 to Vietnam

Flood in Central Vietnam: RoK Ambassador sends US $300,000 to Vietnam

The Korean Ambassador on Thursday afternoon sent an aid package worths US $300,000 to help flood-stricken provinces in Central Vietnam overcome damages.
UN’s Secretary-General sends sympathy to Vietnam over flood damage in the center

UN’s Secretary-General sends sympathy to Vietnam over flood damage in the center

António Guterres, UN’s Secretary-General extended his sympathy to Vietnam over the heaviest flood in the country in decades.
Flood in Central Vietnam: Landslide thread displaces 165 people in Quang Tri

Flood in Central Vietnam: Landslide thread displaces 165 people in Quang Tri

The 200-meter long crack in Ta Bang mountain discovered Thursday has prompted local authorities to evacuate 165 residents over possible landslides and damages.
Flood in Central Vietnam: 26 fishermen went missing, 2 boats sunk

Flood in Central Vietnam: 26 fishermen went missing, 2 boats sunk

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.
Flood in Central Vietnam: Heart-touching video of old grandma carries donated clothes on back

Flood in Central Vietnam: Heart-touching video of old grandma carries donated clothes on back

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.
PM calls for emergency aid to flood victims in central region

PM calls for emergency aid to flood victims in central region

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has asked relevant units to swiftly mobilise all forces in a bid to overcome the aftermath of the severe flooding and landslides which have hit the central localities, and stabilise the lives of local people.
US Government "stands ready" to support Vietnamese efforts to overcome flood losses

US Government "stands ready" to support Vietnamese efforts to overcome flood losses

The US Government on October 22 sent condolences to the Vietnamese government and people as well as expressed sympathies for the victims of the recent spell of serious flooding caused by tropical storm Linfa in the center of Vietnam.
Government distributes emergency aid to flood-hit localities

Government distributes emergency aid to flood-hit localities

The Government has decided to provide emergency aid worth VND500 billion to five provinces in central Vietnam which have been the hardest hit during the recent spell of flooding.
Flood in Central Vietnam: death toll soars to 111, another 22 missing

Flood in Central Vietnam: death toll soars to 111, another 22 missing

Record floods in Vietnam’s central provinces have claimed at least 111 lives, leaving 22 missing and devastating thousands of households. The flood, which incurred over the past two weeks, is considered the worst in decades.
Flooding in central Vietnam: 122 people dead and missing

Flooding in central Vietnam: 122 people dead and missing

According to the Central Steering Committee for natural disaster prevention, heavy floods leave 122 people dead and missing to date.
Flood season in Da Nang: Locals joyfully take to the street to ‘catch fish’

Flood season in Da Nang: Locals joyfully take to the street to ‘catch fish’

Regardless of the rain, a group of locals in Da Nang city still go down the streets to “catch fish”, giving the area a joyful, positive atmosphere amidst the flood-stricken days.
Google Maps warns of flood-stricken areas in Central Vietnam

Google Maps warns of flood-stricken areas in Central Vietnam

The Google Map is displaying hard-hit areas from Quang Binh to Quang Ngai province Friday afternoon as the flood is devastating the central strip.
43,000 Red Cross volunteers head to N. Korea to help with virus and floods

43,000 Red Cross volunteers head to N. Korea to help with virus and floods

The Red Cross has trained 43,000 North Korean volunteers to help communities, including the locked-down city of Kaesong, fight the novel coronavirus and provide flood assistance, an official with the relief organization said on Monday (August 10).
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