11:09 | 24/12/2020
On December 23, in Hanoi, Secretary of the Party Central Committee, President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee Tran Thanh Man received outgoing Russian Ambassador to Vietnam Konstantin Vnukov coming to say goodbye at the end of his term and hand over a donation of 40 million VND (US$1,730) to support flood-victims in Vietnam’s central provinces.
14:39 | 26/11/2020
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has decided to grant an additional aid worth 670 billion VND (US$ 29 million) from the central budget reserves for nine Central and Central Highlands provinces to tackle the aftermaths of natural disasters.
14:16 | 06/11/2020
The record flooding in Central Vietnam has vastly devastated the region, leaving a number of provinces and districts in inundation. The famous ancient town of Hoi An is not an outliner. Alden Anderson, an ex-pat who’s been living in Vietnam for almost three years, was taken aback by the “new coat” Hoi An is putting on: flooded with water, life turns afloat.
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.
09:42 | 02/11/2020
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.
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.
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.
15:45 | 30/10/2020
António Guterres, UN’s Secretary-General extended his sympathy to Vietnam over the heaviest flood in the country in decades.
10:28 | 30/10/2020
The 200-meter long crack in Ta Bang mountain discovered Thursday has prompted local authorities to evacuate 165 residents over possible landslides and damages.
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.
07:46 | 27/10/2020
The Vietnamese community in Singapore, Thailand, and the Czech Republic has held many meaningful and practical activities to support the people in the Central region of Vietnam, who were affected by the recent severe flood.
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.
07:53 | 24/10/2020
Over 1,5 million children are at risk of disease, developmental delay due to the heavy floods and landslides striking the 5 provinces in Central Vietnam recently, UNICEF said Wednesday.
08:37 | 23/10/2020
Nguyen Thi Luong was among the 18 expectant mothers in Ha Tinh who waded through kilometers of deluge water and gave birth to healthy baby, notwithstanding the shortage of medical equipment during flooding season.
16:04 | 22/10/2020
As photos of central provinces devastated by heavy floods and landslides circulate on the Internet, many foreigners express their empathy towards the local residents whose lives are turned upside down.
15:05 | 22/10/2020
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.
15:18 | 20/10/2020
Over 4 million Aquatabs 67mg water purification tablets will be urgently sent to 6 flood-stricken cities and provinces in central Vietnam.
12:51 | 20/10/2020
Central provinces are heavily battered by the violent flood. With at least 166,700 houses flooded in water, properties badly damaged, local people’s lives are badly disrupted.