Disasters and emergency response

New topic Article: "The New Normal: Mekong Delta faces droughts and saltwater intrusion"

“Vietnam’s Mekong Delta is the third-largest delta on Earth and home to nearly 18 million people, whose livelihoods rely mainly on agricultural and aquacultural production. Considered the “Rice Bowl” of Vietnam, the Delta supports more than half of the country’s total rice production and 95% ...

New topic page: Disasters

“Vietnam is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world. S-shaped with a 3,440 km coastline, its unique geographic location in the monsoon belt of Southeast Asia and diverse topography means that Vietnam suffers from many different types of natural hazards, including typhoons, tropical ...

Poster: Staying safe online during the pandemic

Open Development Vietnam (ODV) and members of Open Development Mekong have released a five-language poster on “9 tips to stay safe online during the COVID-19 pandemic”.ODV would like to disseminate this document broadly to internet and technology users and especially those in remote areas, and ...

New topic page on COVID-19 pandemic in Vietnam

Open Development Vietnam (ODV) has recently published a topic page titled “Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic in Vietnam” to inform an overview of measures taken by the Vietnamese government to combat COVID-19, as well as the economic, social and environmental impacts of the pandemic.The topic ...

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