• 2017 plagued by devestating natural disasters
    08:28 | 31/12/2017
    Vietnam experienced unprecedentedly severe natural disasters in 2017, resulting in 386 people dead and missing and some 60,000 billion VND (2.6 billion USD) worth of damage.
  • vietnam calls for more support to disaster hit residents
    15:12 | 15/12/2017
    The Vietnamese Government has again appealed to individuals and organisations at both home and abroad to continue supporting residents in the central region recently hit hard by storm Damrey and the consequent floods.
  • the un allocates over 4 million usd for emergency disaster response in vietnam
    17:05 | 28/11/2017
    Following the devastating impact of Typhoon Damrey in Vietnam, the United Nations (UN) has approved an additional allocation of 4.21 million USD from the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to provide life-saving assistance to 150,000 people, including 46,973 children, in six affected provinces. 
  • 08:56 | 17/11/2017
    An aid package from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) for victims of typhoon Damrey arrived at Cam Ranh International Airport in the central province of Khanh Hoa on November 16.
  • chinese leaders extend sympathies to vietnam over typhoon losses
    08:56 | 11/11/2017
    China’s Party General Secretary and President Xi Jinping has sent messages of sympathies to Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and President Tran Dai Quang on the damage caused by typhoon Damrey in Vietnam.
  • rok supports vietnamese flood victims
    08:55 | 11/11/2017
    The Republic of Korea (RoK) will provide an aid package of 1 million USD to support people affected by the recent typhoon Damrey in Vietnam, the RoK’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on November 10.
  • the us announces assistance to vietnam to respond to typhoon damrey
    15:43 | 10/11/2017
    On November 10, 2017, U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam Daniel J. Kritenbrink announced over 1 million USD in emergency assistance and longer-term disaster risk reduction support to Vietnam to respond to the impacts of Typhoon Damrey and future disasters on behalf of the U.S. Government.
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