Plan helping people hit by disasters ahead of Tet

Plan helping people hit by disasters ahead of Tet

"After receiving these food packages, I am very happy, I will make sticky rice and banh chung to worship at the beginning of the year," Chi, 39 years old, shared the joy of receiving the support package from Plan International Vietnam on the day near Tet holiday.
Essential teaching and learning equipment presented to flood-hit Quang Tri

Essential teaching and learning equipment presented to flood-hit Quang Tri

Project RENEW recently handed over 20 sets of student desks and chairs and one laser printer to Gio Quang Elementary and Secondary School in Tan Ky Village of Gio Quang Commune, Gio Linh District, Quang Tri Province.
Warm Tet festival amidst COVID-19: Aid sent to help Quang Binh's locals

Warm Tet festival amidst COVID-19: Aid sent to help Quang Binh's locals

Food, kitchen utensils, household toiletries and cash being presented to residents in two communes in the central province of Quang Binh prior to the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday.
EMWF supports flood-hit people in Quang Nam province ahead of Tet

EMWF supports flood-hit people in Quang Nam province ahead of Tet

Join efforts are needed to care for people in flood-hit areas in the central province of Quang Nam right ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday (Tet).
Flood-affected people in Quang Ngai receive support from NGO

Flood-affected people in Quang Ngai receive support from NGO

Prolonged floods and heavy rains in the first half of October 2020 caused great losses in the central region. World Vision Vietnam has joined hands with local governments and people in affected areas to overcome the consequences of the natural disasters.
Three NGOs facilitating post-flood livelihood recovery to over 25,000 people

Three NGOs facilitating post-flood livelihood recovery to over 25,000 people

The consortium of World Vision, ADRA and CARE, which are members of Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP), will work closely with the district level government authorities in improving access to safe water, promoting hygiene and sanitation, ensuring protection for beneficiaries and relief workers, and facilitating livelihood recovery to over 25,000 people.
UNFPA presents aid to older people in floods-affected three provinces

UNFPA presents aid to older people in floods-affected three provinces

In response to the Vietnam’s devastating floods, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) Vietnam partnered with young people to support older persons.
Australia providing Vietnam USD 71,300 for flood relief

Australia providing Vietnam USD 71,300 for flood relief

By the end of January 24, 2021, the AUD 1 million (USD 775,000) disaster relief package of Australian government was presented to nearly 14,500 people affected by floods and storms in the three provinces of Thua Thien Hue, Quang Tri and Quang Nam.
World Vision distributes essential goods to Quang Ngai's households

World Vision distributes essential goods to Quang Ngai's households

Within the framework of the Germany's Relief Coalition's emergency aid, World Vision Vietnam has distributed packages of essential goods to 962 households in Minh Long district and 962 households in Son Tay district of the central province of Quang Ngai.
Essuring health care for poor communities heavily affected by natural disasters

Essuring health care for poor communities heavily affected by natural disasters

VinaCapital Foundation (VCF) just announced the launch of disaster relief activities of “Our Hearts to Central Vietnam” Campaign in Nam Tra My district, Quang Nam province.
Tons of rice seeds distributed to flood victims in Quang Tri

Tons of rice seeds distributed to flood victims in Quang Tri

World Vision Vietnam recently has distributed more than 11 tons of rice seeds to over 1,100 poor households in Hai Lang district, Quang Tri province.
Flood relief supplies from US friends handed over to Quang Ngai people

Flood relief supplies from US friends handed over to Quang Ngai people

As many as 50 families of survivors of Explosive Ordnance accidents and Agent Orange of Quang Ngai Province welcomed flood relief supplies provided by the Quang Ngai Red Cross and Project RENEW's representatives in a handover ceremony that took place in Tinh Khe Commune, Son Tinh District – the location of the infamous My Lai massacre in 1968.
American veterans raise funds for post-flood relief in Vietnam

American veterans raise funds for post-flood relief in Vietnam

The campaign led by Ronald Haeberle, My Lai Massacre Photographer and Chuck Searcy, Co-Founder of Project RENEW.
Lifesaving assistance to flood-affected populations in Quang Tri

Lifesaving assistance to flood-affected populations in Quang Tri

CARE is cooperating with Quang Tri's Department of Ethnics Minority Affairs to prioritise WASH and basic needs as immediate support to 44,000 people directly affected by storms and floods over the next six months in 16 communes of Quang Tri Province.
US NGOs donates learning supplies to children in flood-damaged province

US NGOs donates learning supplies to children in flood-damaged province

In order to promptly support the education sector in the flood-hit Quang Binh province, The Library Project team visited three elementary schools to provide learning supplies to help rebuilt children’s education paths in the flood-hit areas.
UNFPA renders extend support to floods-affected central Vietnam

UNFPA renders extend support to floods-affected central Vietnam

The UN’s sexual and reproductive health agency provided additional 6,903 Dignity Kits to support women and girls at risk of violence.
NGO continues delivery of emergency assistance in Quang Binh

NGO continues delivery of emergency assistance in Quang Binh

The Samaritan’s Purse International Relief (SPIR) of the United State and the Union of Friendship Organizations of Quang Binh Province have joined hands with the people in the central Quang Binh province to overcome difficulties caused by natural disasters and floods.
World Vision Vietnam continues to provide more aid for vulnerable

World Vision Vietnam continues to provide more aid for vulnerable

In order to promptly support children and the communities in Tram Tau District (Yen Bai Province) to address the most urgent needs with life-saving assistance and speed up life re-building process, World Vision Vietnam has implemented the COVID-19 Response and Early Recovery Program with aid sources from the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).
Malaysian Government, businesses extend helping hands to Vietnam's flood victims

Malaysian Government, businesses extend helping hands to Vietnam's flood victims

Representatives of the Malaysian Embassy and businesses have just handed over donations to help victims of the recent serious flooding and landslides in Vietnam’s central region.
Two NGOs support vulnerable households and children in Central Vietnam

Two NGOs support vulnerable households and children in Central Vietnam

Two non-governmental organizations Save the Children and World Vision are joining hands to support 12,889 vulnerable households and about 4,800 school children in the flooded areas in Central region of Vietnam to help them recover from damage and educational disruption through the European Union’s Emergency Consortium Project.
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