09:03 | 30/10/2020
Mobile Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team of Project RENEW/Norwegian People's Aid (RENEW/NPA) has resumed normal survey and clearance operations in Quang Tri Province, following a two-week suspension due to the impact of the historic flooding in central Vietnam. On October 27, four Explosive Ordnance callouts were received from local residents in Gio Son and Phong Binh communes of Gio Linh District.
08:11 | 03/10/2020
Since September 2020, first Non-Technical Survey (NTS) team of Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA), accompanied by Military Liaison Officers, deployed to conduct field visits and interview households in Nam Trach commune, Bo Trach district, Quang Binh province.
07:46 | 28/09/2020
PeaceTrees Vietnam - a US-based humanitarian organization, just announce the completion and opening of Prin Thanh kindergarten in Quang Tri Province.
07:41 | 22/08/2020
The COVID-19 pandemic had impacted unexploded ordnance (UXO) operations. However, PeaceTrees Vietnam still maintain two teams in response Quang Tri people’s emergency call.
07:03 | 15/08/2020
A group of the UK's Shropshire students have launched a charitable project which aims to remove unexploded ordnance (UXO) from the American war in Vietnam, local newspaper reported.
22:51 | 09/07/2020
“The past 25 years have proven that the decision of US and Vietnamese policymakers to ‘close the past and open the future’ was the right one,” said Chuck Searcy, American veteran who is President of Veterans For Peace Chapter 160 and International Advisor to Project RENEW.
09:36 | 08/07/2020
More than 27 million square metres of land will be surveyed for unexploded bombs and over 13 million square metres (approximately 3,200 acres) of land will be made safe from explosive remnants of war, directly benefiting at least 8,100 people.
06:31 | 18/06/2020
Three non-government organisation (NGOs) will join hands to create safe land and return it to communities in central Quang Binh province.
06:00 | 23/05/2020
In the morning of May 22, a groundbreaking ceremony has taken place for the plan of building a new kindergarten at Cua village, Huong Tan commune, Huong Hoa district, Quang Tri province.
11:09 | 07/01/2020
In her recent visit to Vietnam, Jerilyn Brusseau, founder of PeaceTrees Vietnam (PTVN) expressed her delight to be trusted by the Vietnamese people. According to Jerilyn, the friendship and peace achieved by Vietnam and US is truly a miracle and the motivation to look forward to the future.