The Việt Nam Red Cross Society (VNRC) on Thursday released emergency aid of more than VND950 million to help flood affected households in northern Yên Bái, Sơn La, Hòa Bình and central Thanh Hoá and Nghệ An provinces.
A project, entitled “Gender-sensitive community-based disaster risk management project in ethnic minority areas of North-West Việt Nam,” has helped in improving people’s resilience to natural disasters.
The Việt Nam Red Cross in collaboration with the American Red Cross launched the second phase of a project on building resilience to natural hazards.
The Việt Nam Red Cross Society (VNRC) has released an emergency appeal to help victims of Doksuri typhoon in the central region, especially hardest-hit Quảng Bình and Hà Tĩnh provinces.
The Việt Nam Red Cross Society (VNRC) has called on local and international organisations, individuals and the community to help those affected by heavy rains and floods in the northern provinces.
As many as 5,000 people will participate in a fund-raising walk for Agent Orange (AO) victims and disadvantaged disabled people at Đầm Sen Cultural Park in HCM City this Saturday morning (August 5).
The Việt Nam Red Cross (VNRC) plans to provide free checkups, treatment, health consultations and medicines to at least 300,000 people, especially the poor, elderly and war invalids.
A charity text message campaign was launched on Thursday by the Việt Nam Red Cross Society (VNRC) in collaboration with the “Tấm lòng Việt” Humanitarian Fund of the Việt Nam Television and the National Humanitarian Portal 1400.
The Chinese Red Cross Society has donated US$100,000 through the Việt Nam Red Cross Society (VNRC) to help flood victims in the central region of Việt Nam.
Việt Nam Red Cross Society (VNRC) has launched a humanitarian campaign to help the poor and Agent Orange (AO) victims prepare for the upcoming traditional Tết (Lunar New Year) festival.