More than 230,000 people benefiting from natural disaster resilience project in central Vietnam

(VOVWORLD) -Vietnam Red Cross Society and its US partner agency have launched phase two of a project to promote natural disaster resilience in central Vietnam, funded by USAID.
More than 230,000 people benefiting from natural disaster resilience project in central Vietnam - ảnh 1 Flood in the central region (illustrative photo)

The project will support vulnerable groups and local government to minimize property and human losses due to adverse weather.

Vice President of the Vietnam Red Cross Society, Tran Quoc Hung, said more than 230,000 people will benefit from the project. “Phase two will focus on an inter-disciplinary approach to support community-based disaster preparedness. Schools, communities and local government will have their capacity improved while local social economic development plan will be integrated with disaster control activities”

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