People benefit from Green Annamites Project Society

People benefit from Green Annamites Project

Nearly 30,000 people have benefited from improved natural resource management and biodiversity conservation thanks to the Green Annamites Project in Quang Nam and Thua Thien-Hue provinces.
Hoi An reopens pedestrian streets and craft villages Videos

Hoi An reopens pedestrian streets and craft villages

The ancient city of Hoi An, home to one of the nation’s most famous UNESCO world heritage sites, has reopened its pedestrian streets, night streets, and craft villages following several months of closure due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic and flooding.
Natural disasters cost Ca Mau province over 43 million USD Society

Natural disasters cost Ca Mau province over 43 million USD

Drought, rains, inundation and landslides have cost the Mekong Delta province of Ca Mau an estimated over 1 trillion VND (43 million USD) from the outset of the year, according to the provincial steering committee on natural disaster prevention, search and rescue.
Businesses get access to non-interest loan package Business

Businesses get access to non-interest loan package

Forty businesses have received money from the Government’s non-interest loan package of 62 trillion VND (2.7 billion USD) to pay salaries to nearly 1,200 employees who have stopped working due to the serious impacts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
90 years of Vietnam Fatherland Front: National unity promoted Society

90 years of Vietnam Fatherland Front: National unity promoted

National unity was driving force for Vietnam’s victories during wars. It now is the country’s growth momentum. With a view to further promoting national unity, the Vietnam Fatherland Front has continually initiated and organised several activities to evoke patriotism and unity among people.
HCM City draws up master plan on solid waste Environment

HCM City draws up master plan on solid waste

HCM City is drawing up a master plan on solid waste management and treatment for the next five years, aiming to have 100 percent of its domestic solid waste to be collected and treated and at least 80 percent of solid household waste classified at source.
Three more Ha Giang tourism sites recognised Destinations

Three more Ha Giang tourism sites recognised

Lung Khuy Cave and the H’mong Village Resort in Quan Ba district and the Mong ethnic community-based cultural and tourism village in Meo Vac district have been recognised as new tourism destinations in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang.