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Education in emergencies
Up close and personal in Viet Nam’s flooded central region
On 10-11 November, I visited flood affected communes in Ha Tinh and Quang Binh provinces and saw first-hand the devastating impact this disaster...
Over 1.5 million children at risk due to floods in central Viet Nam, says UNICEF
The children agency is allocating an immediate $100,000 for emergency relief to the most affected people
Attention to running water and soap needed in 30% of schools in Viet Nam before children can return
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Tips for keeping yourself happy and healthy at home
Learning to overcome natural disaster challenges
“Now I know what natural disasters are and that they can be made worse by people’s actions,” Thach Thi Thanh Thuy, a 10-year-old student of 4A3 class
UNICEF and the Viet Nam Red Cross partner to improve drinking water and hygiene for 30,000 people affected by the drought and salt water intrusion
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