Ancient tea trees in Yen Bai receive recognition Society

Ancient tea trees in Yen Bai receive recognition

Ancient shan tuyet tea trees in Sung Do commune, Van Chan district of the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai have been recognised as Vietnam’s heritage trees by the Vietnam Association for Conservation of Nature and Environment (VACNE).
Charity programme benefits Vietnamese-origin Cambodians Society

Charity programme benefits Vietnamese-origin Cambodians

The Vietnam Red Cross Society’s chapter in the southern province of Tay Ninh has organised free health checkups for and delivered relief aid to about 500 poor Cambodians of the Vietnamese origin and Cambodians on August 11 and 12.
Vietnam sends relief aid to Zimbabwe cyclone victims Society

Vietnam sends relief aid to Zimbabwe cyclone victims

The Vietnamese Embassy, the Vietnam News Agency (VNA)’s bureau and the Vietnamese Women’s Association in South Africa on April 30 handed over relief aid to the Zimbabwe Embassy in support of Zimbabwe people who were hit by Cyclone Idai last March.
Vietnamese Buddhists send aid to Mozambique’s storm victims Society

Vietnamese Buddhists send aid to Mozambique’s storm victims

The Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) Central Committee, the Vietnam Buddhist Association (VBA) and the Vietnamese community in Mozambique have sent 20 tonnes of food to victims of Tropical Storm Idai that ravaged the African country’s central region in mid-March.
More than 2.7 billion USD worth of ODA pumped into irrigation Business

More than 2.7 billion USD worth of ODA pumped into irrigation

Twenty two official development assistance (ODA) projects with total investment exceeding 2.7 billion USD have been deployed in irrigation since 1994, according to an official of the central project office (CPO) under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).
Rice seedlings to be sent to Laos after disasters Society

Rice seedlings to be sent to Laos after disasters

Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has asked the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development to supply 300 tonnes of rice seedlings from the national reserve as a relief aid to help Lao people restore production in the post-natural disaster time.
Vietnam-China border defence friendship exchange continues Politics

Vietnam-China border defence friendship exchange continues

Vietnamese Minister of National Defence Gen. Ngo Xuan Lich chaired a welcome ceremony on November 20 for a delegation from the Chinese People’s Liberation Army, led by Minister of National Defence Wei Fenghe, as part of the fifth Vietnam-China border defence friendship exchange.