Emergency Assistance to Viet Nam in Response to the Typhoon Disaster

Report
from Government of Japan
Published on 06 Nov 2017
  1. Today, November 6, upon the request of the Government of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, the Government of Japan has decided to provide emergency relief goods (water purifiers) through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to Viet Nam in response to the damages caused by the recent typhoon.

  2. Upon the request of the Government of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, and in light of the humanitarian perspective and the close relations between Japan and Viet Nam, Japan has decided to provide emergency assistance to Viet Nam to meet its humanitarian needs.

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In Viet Nam, on November 4, continuous torrential rainfall across wide areas caused by the typhoon (Typhoon Damrey) which had landed the south central region of the country resulted in a large number of those affected including the loss of lives, and much physical damage. According to the Government of Viet Nam, as of November 6, 44 people died, 19 people have been missing, 1,358 houses were collapsed and 114,866 houses were damaged.