The south – central province of Ninh Thuận has expanded a programme to allot forests to local communities to manage and built related livelihood models to help improve people’s lives.
The development of wind and solar power has not reached its great potential, especially in the central and southern region, experts have said.
UNESCO in Việt Nam and Signify Foundation in Việt Nam have provided solar lighting systems and portable solar lamps to more than 5,000 students at 16 secondary schools in remote, disadvantaged areas in three provinces of Hà Giang, Ninh Thuận and Sóc Trăng.
The south – central province of Ninh Thuận has stepped up measures to sustainably develop its collective economy.
There are 41 ethnic minority soldiers working on Trường Sa Archipelago, including people of Chăm, Mường, Dao, Mông, Khmer, S’tiêng, Tày and Raglai ethnicities.
The Embassy of India this year has been supporting International Day of Yoga events in Hà Nội, Quảng Ninh, Vĩnh Phúc, Ninh Thuận, Phú Yên and Thanh Hóa provinces.