Vietnam News Today (Apr. 12): Vietnam, Laos Work to Foster Border Trade Collaboration

Vietnam News Today (Apr. 12): Vietnam, Laos Work to Foster Border Trade Collaboration

Vietnam News Today (Apr. 12): Daily local cases at over 23,000,Hanoi ready to start inoculating children; Vietnam, Laos work to foster border trade collaboration; President praises hospital for successful liver transplantation for 9-month-old child; National plan for natural disaster prevention and control released.
Vietnam News Today (Apr. 4): Anomalous Natural Disasters Ravage Central Vietnam

Vietnam News Today (Apr. 4): Anomalous Natural Disasters Ravage Central Vietnam

Vietnam News Today (Apr. 4): Daily Covid-19 infections keep falling sharply to nearly 51,000; Preparations completed for Vietnam’s first military engineer unit to a UN peacekeeping mission; Anomalous natural disasters ravage central Vietnam; Hanoi to translate UNESCO Creative Cities Network initiatives into reality.
NGOs Build Community Resilience in Thua Thien Hue Province

NGOs Build Community Resilience in Thua Thien Hue Province

The objective of the project is to strengthen the disaster resilience of communities and schools through enhancing the disaster prevention capacity of local governments; communities and schools; and utilize and mobilize resources for the local disaster preparedness program.
13th US-Funded Disaster Management Coordination Center Opens in Vietnam

13th US-Funded Disaster Management Coordination Center Opens in Vietnam

The U.S. Embassy formally handed over the 13th center - the Hai Phong Disaster Management Coordination Center - to Vietnam.
Relief Aid Benefits Thousands of Flood-Affected Locals in Quang Binh

Relief Aid Benefits Thousands of Flood-Affected Locals in Quang Binh

Save The Children's project has supported more than 4,901 direct beneficiaries, including more than 3,500 children.
Helping Students and Educators Recover From Disaster, Covid-19

Helping Students and Educators Recover From Disaster, Covid-19

Nearly 900 individuals are served with funding support from GE Foundation through renovated classrooms and a new adequate latrine with the handwashing facility. With this support, students and teachers will have access to a better learning facility and improve their hygiene and sanitation practices.
US Built School for Vietnam's Northern Province

US Built School for Vietnam's Northern Province

US built school in a commune of the Red River Delta province of Nam Dinh
Japan Supports Vietnamese Children Against Climate Change

Japan Supports Vietnamese Children Against Climate Change

The Japanese Government will provide US$5.7 million funding to equip Vietnamese children, families and communities in the Central region and the Mekong Delta with necessary knowledge and skills to respond to climate change and natural disasters.
Activities Launched for People Hit by Covid, Disasters

Activities Launched for People Hit by Covid, Disasters

Many humanitarian activities has been primarily targeted those affected by Covid-19 and natural disasters in the central region.
Thousands of People in Vietnam to Improve Disaster Response Skills

Thousands of People in Vietnam to Improve Disaster Response Skills

At the end of October 2021, the project was officially launched with the expectation of supporting more than 6,500 Vietnamese people to improve their skills in managing activities to respond to disasters and risks caused by extreme weather such as floods, droughts, and heat waves.
Habitat builds healthy and safe communities in Tien Giang

Habitat builds healthy and safe communities in Tien Giang

Without a healthy and safe environment, families cannot thrive and children cannot realize their potential.
Vietnamese in Czech Support Locals Hit by Tornado

Vietnamese in Czech Support Locals Hit by Tornado

Vietnamese people in the Czech Republic have raised nearly CZK 1,5 million to support people in four villages affected by a strong tornado and hailstorm in South Moravia region.
Mudslide Wipes out Homes in Japan: Never Lived Through Anything Like This

Mudslide Wipes out Homes in Japan: Never Lived Through Anything Like This

A large mudslide southwest of Tokyo on Saturday, destroying more than 10 houses, causing two people to die and about 20 others to remain missing, local authorities said.
Tornadoes rip through Chinese provinces, killing 12 and injuring hundreds

Tornadoes rip through Chinese provinces, killing 12 and injuring hundreds

On Saturday (May 15), two tornadoes severly destroyed home and property, ripping through China's central city of Wuhan and a town in the eastern province of Jiangsu, killing 12 people and injuring hundreds.
New Zealand helps fund project to plant 3 hectares of forest in Vietnam

New Zealand helps fund project to plant 3 hectares of forest in Vietnam

The New Zealand Embassy has announced funding into a project that will see a large area of forest planted in Ninh Thuan Province.
Disaster-hit Vietnam’s central provinces receive more financial aid

Disaster-hit Vietnam’s central provinces receive more financial aid

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.
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.
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.
Storm Goni on its way to central Vietnam

Storm Goni on its way to central Vietnam

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

A fundraising photo exhibition in Australia opened by Vietnamese photographer to support Central Vietnam

Nearly 40 photos were sold out within the first day of the exhibition as lots of voluntary contributions donated from friends and attendance.
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