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Ca Mau gears up for Cultural and Tourism Week 2019

Ca Mau gears up for Cultural and Tourism Week 2019

VOV.VN - The tourism sector of Ca Mau province has enjoyed plenty of investment to upgrade a number of its facilities to serve tourists ahead of the start of Ca Mau Cultural and Tourism Week 2019, which is scheduled to get underway on December 10.

PM chairs Gov’t meeting on law building

PM chairs Gov’t meeting on law building

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on August 5 chaired a Government meeting on law building, with the participation of representatives from the Government Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs as well as National Assembly’s committees, the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee and ministries.

Southernmost province to resettle 5,600 households

Southernmost province to resettle 5,600 households

More than 5,600 households in erosion-prone areas in the southernmost province of Ca Mau need to be relocated by 2020 but local authorities are struggling to find capital and land, according to the provincial People’s Committee.

Ca Mau moves to protect coastal forests

Ca Mau moves to protect coastal forests

Authorities in the southernmost province of Ca Mau have taken emergency measures to protect coastal forests against climate change and destruction caused by humans.

Ca Mau works to promote fishery sector

Ca Mau works to promote fishery sector

The Mekong Delta province of Ca Mau has applied a number of measures to boost the development of the local fishery sector as part of efforts to optimise local advantages.

Ca Mau province prepared for forest fires

Ca Mau province prepared for forest fires

The Mekong Delta province of Ca Mau is taking plenty of precautions this year after several forest fires broke out last year at the U Minh Ha National Park.

Sea dyke erosion worsens in Mekong Delta

Sea dyke erosion worsens in Mekong Delta

The impact of climate change and a rise in sea levels has accelerated the erosion of sea dykes in the Mekong Delta, with the southernmost province of Ca Mau being the most vulnerable.