The Embassy of Vietnam in Russia on October 23 launched a fundraising ceremony to help people in Vietnam overcome consequences of natural disasters.
The Embassy of Vietnam in Malaysia on October 21 raised funds for flood-hit residents in northern and central provinces of the home country.
The Embassy of Vietnam in Cambodia on October 20 held a ceremony to raise funds for flood-hit residents in the northern mountainous and north central provinces of the home country.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Indonesia on October 17 raised funds to support local residents affected by recent floods in northern and north-central regions of the home country.
Officers of the Ministry of National Defence on October 17 held a working session with a delegation of US congressmen on the settlement of war consequences in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - On October 13, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and staff of the Party Central Committee Office each donated one-day’s salary to support people affected by floods and landslides in the northern and central provinces.
The Vietnam Red Cross Society (VRC) on October 12 provided urgent relief, including 900 million in cash and necessities worth over VND50 million, for people severely affected by floods in the northern and central regions.
VOV.VN - Heavy rainfall has triggered a serious landslide which buried seven houses and 18 local people, seven of them were dead in Tan Lac district, northern Hoa Binh province on the early morning of October 12.
VOV.VN - Nguyen Thanh Tung, a representative from the Vietnam Embassy in Laos, on October 9 handed over US$9,546 to Lao Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Welfare Baykham Khatthiya to support the victims of the recent Typhoon Sonca.
The ASEAN Committee in Mexico City (ACMC) on October 6 handed over a cheque worth 50,000 peso (US$2,800) to the Mexico Red Cross to support victims of two historical earthquakes on September 7 and 19 in the country’s central southwest region.
The Vietnam Red Cross Society on September 27 launched its campaign to solicit relief assistance for people affected by typhoon Doksuri this month, the year’s 10th storm over the East Sea, in central provinces, especially Quang Binh and Ha Tinh.
The Overseas Vietnamese Association in Vientiane in collaboration with the Vietnamese Embassy in Laos launched a fund-raising campaign on September 24 to support victims of natural disasters in the two countries.
The government will allocate rice to citizens in the central region hit by typhoon Doksuri. This is part of efforts to ease the consequences of the biggest storm to hit Vietnam in years.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has agreed to allocate rice for local people in the central region hit by storm Doksuri, following his fact-finding trips to Ha Tinh, Quang Binh and Nghe An provinces.
VOV.VN - Party leader Nguyen Phu Trong and staff members of the Party Central Committee Office on September 20 donated VND400 million in support of Doksuri storm victims.
Hanoi authorities on September 18 decided to allocate more than VND7 billion (US$308,000) from the local fund for emergency aid to people in the central region hit by storm Doksuri.
President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee Tran Thanh Man presented VND200 million (US$8,800) to aid Lao Cai’s flood relief efforts at a working session in the mountainous province on September 9.
The Vietnam Red Cross Society (VRCS) has raised nearly VND340 billion (US$14.7 million) in support of more than 1.8 million Agent Orange (AO) victims from 2013-2017.
The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines on August 17 carried 2.5 tonnes of goods raised by the Vu A Dinh scholarship fund to flood-hit victims in the northern provinces of Son La and Yen Bai.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Laos and other agencies of Vietnam in the country have raised a fund worth US$2,300 in support of flood victims in the homeland.