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Viet Nam’s farmers suffer as El Niño contributes to widespread drought

Viet Nam’s farmers suffer as El Niño contributes to widespread drought

Water levels are at the lowest recorded in 90 years

Conference reviews 17 years of disaster preparedness programming in Vietnam

Conference reviews 17 years of disaster preparedness programming in Vietnam

Around 100 representatives from relevant government agencies, civil society organisations, international and domestic NGOs, and Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies took part in the event.

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People:

  • President : Mr Nguyen Hai DUONG
  • Vice President and Secretary General: Mr Doan Van THAI
  • Director, Finance & Accounting Department: Mr Nhuyen Vu HUNG
  • Director Communication & Resource Mobilization Dept: Mr Dang Minh NGUYET
  • Director Human Resource Department: Mr Pham Thi Ha CHIEN
  • Deputy Secretary General Director of International Relations and Development: Mr Dang MINH CHAU
  • Deputy Director of International Relations & Development: Mrs Luong Thi Hong THUY
  • Director, Blood services: Mr Vo Dinh VINH

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