Early recovery, responses to COVID-19 and natural disaster for  Vietnam locals

Early recovery, responses to COVID-19 and natural disaster for Vietnam locals

To promptly support people in areas severely affected by the recent floods and landslides, World Vision Vietnam pledges to allocate USD 2 million to its Response and Early Recovery Program.
Therapeutic food for malnourished children ready to be distributed to central Vietnam

Therapeutic food for malnourished children ready to be distributed to central Vietnam

Ten tons of ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) has arrived in Hanoi-based Noi Bai International Airport and will be distributed as part of the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF)’s emergency response to meet the urgent needs of severely malnourished children in the flood and storm-stricken region of central Vietnam.
NGO provides more aid for localities hit by storms, floods

NGO provides more aid for localities hit by storms, floods

Plan International Vietnam once again pledged aid to help the community in Central Vietnam to stabilize lives and build sustainable livelihoods.
HUFO supports flood-affected people in central region of Vietnam

HUFO supports flood-affected people in central region of Vietnam

As Vietnam’s tradition “The good leaves protect the worn-out leaves”, the Union of Friendship Organizations of Ho Chi Minh City (HUFO) has taken practical actions to join hands with the people in the Central region to overcome difficulties caused by natural disasters and floods.
ADB and Vietnam sign US$2.5 million deal for disaster recovery central provinces

ADB and Vietnam sign US$2.5 million deal for disaster recovery central provinces

On November 24, authorized by the Government, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong and Country Director of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) Andrew Jeffries signed the international emergency aid agreement worth US$2.5 million for disaster recovery in Vietnamese central provinces.
Plan International Vietnam pledges over VND 10.5 billion to support flood-hit Quang Tri province

Plan International Vietnam pledges over VND 10.5 billion to support flood-hit Quang Tri province

Over VND 10 billion was pledged to people affected by recent floods and storms in Quang Tri province by Plan International Vietnam.
Tons of rice provided to 400 households in disaster-hit Quang Ngai province

Tons of rice provided to 400 households in disaster-hit Quang Ngai province

Ten tons of rice produced according to sustainable standards in Dong Thap was donated to 400 households affected by typhoon No. 9 in Son Tay district, Quang Ngai province.
NGO donates thousands of dollars to assist Quang Tri's education sector

NGO donates thousands of dollars to assist Quang Tri's education sector

Being aware of the serious impact of the recent floods on education in Quang Tri province, VVOB Vietnam has pledged to support VND 700 million (USD 30,000) in teaching and learning equipment to the province.
Natural disasters possibly slash 1.5% off Vietnam’s annual GDP

Natural disasters possibly slash 1.5% off Vietnam’s annual GDP

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.
Central region: North re-flooded, Central Coast faces landslides, flood release in the South

Central region: North re-flooded, Central Coast faces landslides, flood release in the South

In the South Central provinces, some hydroelectricity plants still discharge floods while rain spreads to the North Central provinces and the Central Coast provinces are facing the concern of possible landslides.
Hoi An Ancient Town flooded again after storm Etau

Hoi An Ancient Town flooded again after storm Etau

Hoi An Ancient Town, a tourist attraction in the central province of Quang Nam, has been inundated in the aftermaths of torrential downpours triggered by storm No.12 Etau.
World Vision Vietnam supports Vietnam’s disaster response

World Vision Vietnam supports Vietnam’s disaster response

World Vision Vietnam commited response and early recovery program for 10,000 households affected by recent typhoons in central Vietnam.
Sri Lankan community in Vietnam sends flood-hit victims over USD 2,000

Sri Lankan community in Vietnam sends flood-hit victims over USD 2,000

Ambassador of Sri Lanka to Vietnam Prasanna Gamage on November 9 handed 66.5 million VND (2,860 USD) donated by Sri Lanka people living in Vietnam to help flood-hit victims in central region cope with the financial stresses of the recent natural disasters.
Motorbike mechanics closed shops, formed group to repair motorbikes in flooded areas

Motorbike mechanics closed shops, formed group to repair motorbikes in flooded areas

After serious storms in October, most localities in Quang Tri province were flooded. To assist local people, a group of young motorbike mechanics in Cam Lo district (Quang Tri province) set up a rescue team to travel to the countryside to help repair people's motorbikes for free.
Thai Government offers disaster relief aid of USD 30,000 to Vietnam

Thai Government offers disaster relief aid of USD 30,000 to Vietnam

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said the Thai Government will offer aid of 30,000 USD to Vietnam to help it overcome the consequences of the recent storms and floods.
Emergency relief pouring into flood-stricken Vietnam's central region

Emergency relief pouring into flood-stricken Vietnam's central region 1

Emergency assistance is starting to pour into Vietnam's central region, where hundreds of thousands have been driven from their homes by severe flooding.
Netherlands announces over USD 2 million disaster relief aid for Vietnam

Netherlands announces over USD 2 million disaster relief aid for Vietnam

The Dutch Ambassador to Vietnam Elsbeth Akkerman on November 4 announced that the Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands has granted EUR 2 million (USD 2.300) in disaster relief fund for the victims of the recent disasters in Central Vietnam.
A dreary Hoi An after the strike of storm Molave

A dreary Hoi An after the strike of storm Molave

The old town of Hoi An was drained with floodwater. Along the street, shops were closed and trees were rooted, all due to storm Molave.
Vietnamese tourism enterprises incur double losses due to COVID-19 and floods

Vietnamese tourism enterprises incur double losses due to COVID-19 and floods

The COVID-19 pandemic along with successive floods and storms in central Vietnam recently exert impacts on a series of tourism enterprises in Vietnam.
Overseas Vietnamese communities continue supporting flood victims

Overseas Vietnamese communities continue supporting flood victims

The overseas Vietnamese communities has held many meaningful and practical activities to support the people in the Central region of Vietnam.
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