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.
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.
Association promotes livelihood support for bomb and mine victims Society

Association promotes livelihood support for bomb and mine victims

More models on education, vocational training, employment and resettlement support, and community integration will be carried out in areas contaminated with unexploded ordnance (UXO) as part of efforts to create sustainable livelihoods for Vietnamese victims of bombs and mines.
Wheelchairs presented to the disabled in Quang Binh Society

Wheelchairs presented to the disabled in Quang Binh

The association for the support of the handicapped and orphans of the central province of Quang Binh and the US’s Giving it Back to Kids Foundation presented 748 wheelchairs to people with disabilities in the locality on November 14.
Startup skills help empower ethnic women: forum Society

Startup skills help empower ethnic women: forum

Providing ethnic women with startup skills is a positive way to expand women’s empowerment and embed gender equality, heard a forum held by the Institute for Studies of Society, Economy and Environment (iSEE) and Canadian non-profit organisation Artistri Sud in Hanoi on October 21.
Seventh graders win environmental documentary award Environment

Seventh graders win environmental documentary award

A short documentary on how to unleash the potential of sustainable tourism of Quang Nam province’s Thu Bon river after the historic flood in 2000 has brought a special prize to two secondary school students in the “School Ambassador in Disaster Prevention and Climate Change Adaptation” Competition 2019.
Mekong Delta region adapts to climate change Videos

Mekong Delta region adapts to climate change

Located at the end of the Mekong River, the Mekong Delta is the most prosperous agricultural production region in Southeast Asia. However, it is also one of the areas most heavily affected by climate