The roads to Nam Hài Village in Hà Nội’s suburban district of Chương Mỹ are so flooded that the village has been receiving safe water via canoes sent daily by the district’s High Command. At the edge of the village in Nam Phương Tiến commune, the water line reaches towards some roofs and treetops.
Starting in 2002 by breeding 2,000 hens, Nguyễn Thị Thêu, a woman from northern Vĩnh Phúc Province, now earns about VNĐ5 billion (US$224,000) a year and creates job for dozens of workers.
Water intrusion in central Thừa Thiên-Huế Province’s coastal area has threatened 700 families, with the local authorities struggling to find a proper solution to the situation.
Officers from Directorate of Fisheries under Agriculture Ministry and Central Highland province of Đắk Lắk People’s Committee yesterday released baby fish into Ea Súp Hạ Lake to regenerate aquaculture resources.
Bilateral ties between Viet Nam and Cuba are at their best development period, expanding in all fields, Construction Minister Phạm Hồng Hà said yesterday.
The National Assembly Committee on Science, Technology and Environment held the 6th plenary meeting yesterday to review and discuss amendments made to Law on Fisheries (revised) and the Law on Forest Protection and Development (revised)
Prolonged heavy rains in Lào Cai Province over the past few days flooded 46 houses, according to the provincial Steering Committee on Disaster Prevention and Control.
Việt Nam expects to achieve 6 per cent growth in aquaculture and US$9 billion from aquatic product exports by 2020.
The Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention yesterday requested its subordinate agencies “not to underestimate” and proactively prepare to respond to a tropical depression.
A study by Việt Nam’s Institute of Meteorology, Hydrology and Climate Change has suggested using aquatic plants to purify the contaminated water of Hà Nội’s