• UXOs clearance continues in Vietnam despite pandemic

    UXOs clearance continues in Vietnam despite pandemic

    19/08/2020

    More than 45 years after the war ended in Vietnam, many residents of Thua Thien Hue province still encounter many items of Explosive Ordnance (EO) during their daily activities. The new wave of COVID-19 in Vietnam has forced Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) to reduce our activities recently but they have tried their best to respond to hotline calls and remove dangerous items in the community.

  • New survey and clearance projects started in Quang Binh

    New survey and clearance projects started in Quang Binh

    08/07/2020

    (Vufo) More than 27 million square metres of land will be surveyed for unexploded bombs and over 13 million square metres (approximately 3,200 acres) of land will be made safe from explosive remnants of war, directly benefiting at least 8,100 people.

  • Run to raise funds for children with cleft lips, palates

    Run to raise funds for children with cleft lips, palates

    08/06/2020

    Operation Smile Vietnam wil become “Charity Partner” in one of the most prestigious tournaments “Dalat Ultra Trail 2020” which will take place from June 19-21.

  • JICA continues to deploy USD 700.000 aid packages for Vietnamese hospitals

    JICA continues to deploy USD 700.000 aid packages for Vietnamese hospitals

    04/06/2020

    According to the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), to support Vietnam cope with the COVID-19 epidemic, whilst being based on the request of assistance from partner agencies, JICA has decided to continue deploying aid packages worth JPY 80 million (USD 735.436).

  • Eight NGOs support Vietnam improving rehabilitation activities

    Eight NGOs support Vietnam improving rehabilitation activities

    04/06/2020

    Representatives of eight local and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) on June 2 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Medical Services Administration – Ministry of Health on cooperation in Rehabilitation, VNS reported.