Heavy rains cause 5 deaths in Dak Nong province Society

Heavy rains cause 5 deaths in Dak Nong province

Heavy and prolonged rains have claimed five lives and caused economic losses totaling 135 billion VND (over 5.8 million USD) in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong, according to the provincial Steering Committee on Natural Disaster Prevention, Search and Rescue.
Localities suffer great losses from natural disasters Society

Localities suffer great losses from natural disasters

The Central Steering Committee on Natural Disaster Prevention and Control’s Office on August 6 reported that so far, Storm Wipha has claimed 10 lives and left 11 people missing, destroyed 91 houses and caused great property losses.
Rescuers approach isolated villages of Thanh Hoa Environment

Rescuers approach isolated villages of Thanh Hoa

Rescuers on August 4 managed to reach Sa Na village in Na Meo commune in Quan Son district of the central Thanh Hoa province, which was isolated by floodwater from August 3 due to impacts of Wipha, the third storm hitting the country this year.
Myanmar: Thousands forced to flee by floods World

Myanmar: Thousands forced to flee by floods

Floods hit eight regions and states in Myanmar recently as a result of heavy rains, forcing at least 9,420 households to evacuate, the Myanmar Disaster Management Department announced on July 25.
Heavy rains inundate over 900 houses in Cao Bang Environment

Heavy rains inundate over 900 houses in Cao Bang

Heavy downpours in the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang from July 13 night to the next day submerged 918 local houses, said the office of the provincial steering committee on disaster response, search and rescue.
Tet gifts continue to reach hands of disadvantaged people Society

Tet gifts continue to reach hands of disadvantaged people

National Assembly (NA) Vice Chairwoman Tong Thi Phong on January 22 visited and presented gifts to poor people and policy beneficiaries in mountainous Cam Thuy district in the central province of Thanh Hoa ahead of the Tet (Lunar New Year) festival.