Storm Vamco wreaks havoc in central localities Environment

Storm Vamco wreaks havoc in central localities

Storm Vamco, the 13th storm to enter the East Sea this year, caused 18 people in the central region to suffer from injury as of 5pm on November 15, according to the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control.
Canada supports disaster victims in central region Society

Canada supports disaster victims in central region

The Canadian Government has announced a humanitarian assistance package worth 700,000 CAD (533,000 USD) for residents hit by recent floods in the central region, according to the Canadian Embassy in Vietnam on November 12.
Storm Etau claims two lives in central region Society

Storm Etau claims two lives in central region

Two deaths have been reported as storm Etau, the 12th hitting the East Sea this year, swept through the central region on November 10, bringing strong wind and heavy rains, according to the standing office of the central steering committee for natural disaster control.
Storm Etau claims two lives in central region Environment

Storm Etau claims two lives in central region

Two deaths have been reported as storm Etau, the 12th hitting the East Sea this year, swept through the central region on November 10, bringing strong wind and heavy rains, according to the standing office of the central steering committee for natural disaster control.
Airports in south central region closed on November 10 due to storm Etau Society

Airports in south central region closed on November 10 due to storm Etau

The Vietnam Airlines Group, which operates Vietnam Airlines, Pacific Airlines and Vasco, announced on November 9 evening that the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) will temporarily close several airports in the south central region due to impact of storm Etau – the 12th to enter the East Sea this year.
Aid continues coming to flood victims in central region Society

Aid continues coming to flood victims in central region

A delegation of the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour (VGCL), led by its President Nguyen Dinh Khang, on November 5 presented 500 million VND (21,600 USD) to residents who were affected by recent floods in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue.