Vietnam impacted by widening weather extremes: Minister Environment

Vietnam impacted by widening weather extremes: Minister

Extreme weather conditions are becoming more common in the region and around the world and have greatly affected Vietnam, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Tran Hong Ha told lawmakers at the National Assembly’s ongoing 10th session in Hanoi on November 5.
Plan seeks 40 million USD for flood response in Vietnam Society

Plan seeks 40 million USD for flood response in Vietnam

An assessment jointly carried out by Government agencies and the United Nations (UN) office has pointed out the need to provide multi-sectoral assistance for 177,000 of the most vulnerable people in five Vietnamese central provinces worst hit by storms and floods.
Gia Lai tackling aftermath of storms Videos

Gia Lai tackling aftermath of storms

Recent storms, including Nangka and Molave, caused major losses in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai. The province’s Military Command has sent thousands of officers and soldiers to villages and communes to help people overcome the devastation the storms wrought.
Hoi An tackling aftermath of Storm Molave Videos

Hoi An tackling aftermath of Storm Molave

Though Storm Molave did not damage Hoi An ancient town’s architecture, local people still suffered a great deal when the rains arrived, having not long ago recovered from a second wave of COVID-19.
Vessels at sea told to seek safe shelter to avoid Typhoon Goni Society

Vessels at sea told to seek safe shelter to avoid Typhoon Goni

Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung on November 2 asked authorised agencies and coastal localities to immediately direct vessels at sea to move to safe shelter and to evacuate people from aquatic farms at sea and at-risk areas to avoid the worst of Typhoon Goni.
PM calls for redoubling of efforts to compensate disaster losses Society

PM calls for redoubling of efforts to compensate disaster losses

The settlement of the consequences of the recent storms and flooding in the central region was high on the agenda at the Government’s monthly meeting on October 30, during which Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc demanded that efforts to compensate local residents for their losses be redoubled.
Philippines braces for approaching storm ASEAN

Philippines braces for approaching storm

The death toll from Typhoon Molave has risen to 22 in the Philippines, said the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) on October 30, while another storm is on the way.
PM calls for redoubling of efforts to compensate disaster losses Politics

PM calls for redoubling of efforts to compensate disaster losses

The settlement of the consequences of the recent storms and flooding in the central region was high on the agenda at the Government’s monthly meeting on October 30, during which Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc demanded that efforts to compensate local residents for their losses be redoubled.
Three Binh Dinh fishermen adrift at sea saved Society

Three Binh Dinh fishermen adrift at sea saved

China’s Hong Kong cargo ship FORTUNEIRS rescued three fishermen on board BD 97469 TS fishing boat on October 29, which went missing on two days earlier while attempting to return to the mainland to avoid storm Molave.
Quang Ngai province battered by Typhoon Molave Society

Quang Ngai province battered by Typhoon Molave

Typhoon Molave made landfall over central Vietnam brought gale-force winds along with persistent downpours to provinces between Quang Nam and Binh Dinh. Quang Ngai is one of the most affected provinces.