This is one of the outcomes of the project "Building response capacity, recovery and adaptation to disaster risks and climate for men and women" (RADCC) in Ben Tre province.
The project funded by the New Zealand Agency for International Development via the Oxfam Foundation. The total capital disbursed was over 60.8 billion.
The project will be implemented from December 2012 to October 2017. 15 communes in three coastal districts of Ba Tri, Binh Dai and Thanh Phu will benefit from the project.
Da Nang and Quang Nam provinces have developed response solutions to bad weather, storms, floods and tsunamis during APEC high-levelweek from November 6 to 11.
Forecasting bad weather which can occur during high-level week such as storms, heavy rain, floods and tsunamis. On that basis, depending on the types of weather news and forecastingthe likelihood of local impacts, appropriate response plans will be developed.
In the afternoon of October 23, Steering Center of Urban Flood Control Program of Ho Chi Minh City said that the People's Committee of the city has approved the integrated management of urban flooding project (building the flood warning monitoring system) using ODA fund from the Government of Denmark.
Accordingly, the People's Committee of the city assigned the Steering Center to carry out the implementation of the integrated management of urban flooding project with the concessional loans of the Government of Denmark.
VGP – PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc called upon flood-hit provinces which are suffering from food shortage to report to the Government for timely assistance to avoid hunger in post-flood period.
PM Phuc made the suggestion while chairing a meeting to surmount flood consequences on October 26 in Ha Noi.
The meeting drew the attendance of ministerial and local leaders from Hoa Binh, Yen Bai, Son La, and Thanh Hoa provinces which have been seriously affected by heavy rains and floods.
VGP – Amid the abnormal and serious developments of the flood situation in the past few days, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc arrived in the northern province of Ninh Binh on October 12 to inspect and direct the response to floods and the protection of Hoang Long River dyke, a critical dyke route protecting Ninh Binh city and the arterial National Highway 1A.
On a canoe, the PM directly inspected critical points with rising water in the area of Lac Khoai Dam in Nho Quan district’s Gia Vien commune, one of the flood spillways along the Hoang Long River dyke.