Clean Water Project Benefits 1,404 People in Remote Area of Central Province

Clean Water Project Benefits 1,404 People in Remote Area of Central Province

The project aims to ensure residents' access to clean water diseases with reasonable prices, ensure sanitation at households and public places, reduce related to water resources and sanitation, improve local people's living conditions in some remote areas of the central province of Quang Tri
NGOs Improve Sanitation Facilities for Students, Locals in Rural Areas

NGOs Improve Sanitation Facilities for Students, Locals in Rural Areas

Foreign organizations are focusing on improving poor hygiene, inadequate quantities, and better access to clean water.
NGOs Help Locals Get Access to Better Water and Sanitation Facilities

NGOs Help Locals Get Access to Better Water and Sanitation Facilities

Poor hygiene, inadequate quantities and quality of drinking water, and lack of sanitation facilities cause millions of the world’s poorest people to die from preventable diseases each year. Women and children are the main victims.
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.
Israeli Embassy assists poor school sites in Quang Tri

Israeli Embassy assists poor school sites in Quang Tri

On April 27, the Israeli Embassy in Vietnam opened two facilities for satellite schools in the central province of Quang Tri's remote area.
First fecal sludge treatment plant handed over to Ben Tre city

First fecal sludge treatment plant handed over to Ben Tre city

East Meets West (EMW), pilots a Fecal Sludge Management project in Ben Tre City in the southern province bearing the same name.
EMW supports equitable access to water, hygiene and sanitation for vulnerable families

EMW supports equitable access to water, hygiene and sanitation for vulnerable families

With support from Australia, through Water for Women, East Meets West, a program of Thrive Networks and the Vietnam Women's Union have distributed 2,018 handwashing facilities and soaps to all commune health stations, 173 kindergartens and 980 vulnerable households in five provinces.
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