The Provincial Police Department of Quang Binh delivered nearly 1,000 boxes of relief goods to flooded areas in Le Thuy district in support of flood-hit local people.
PSNews - Police officers and soldiers of the Lac Duong District Police Station, Lam Dong, joined local people in overcoming aftermath of the recent flooding.
Tropical storm Florence lumbered inland on Saturday, knocking down trees, flooding rivers, and dumping sheets of rain in the Carolinas where five people have died.
PSNews-The Youth Union chapter of the Provincial Police Force of Binh Dinh in cooperation with the Mobile Police Regiment - E23 (under the MPS) and district-level police forces organized a “Voluntary Saturday” to help local people in the districts of Tay Son, Hoai Nhon, Phu My and An Nhon town overcome damages caused by the recent floods.
PSNews – Chairman of the Binh Dinh District People’s Committee Ho Quoc Dung came and directly checked the situation of rains and floods in Tuy Phuoc and Tay Son districts on December 14th to steer rescue operations.
Flooding due to heavy torrential rainfall has taken the lives of 13 people across the central region over the weekend amid fears of more rain this week.
QUANG BINH - Deputy Chairman of Quang Binh People's Committee Le Minh Ngan and 30 soldiers approached stranded train SE 19.
A delegation of the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) led by Deputy Minister Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Son visited Ha Tinh province on November 17 and offered support to flood-hit people and police officers in the province.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has allocated nearly 39 tonnes of maize and vegetable seeds from national reserves to certain central provinces, to help them recover farming after the recent devastating floods.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a 2.5 million USD grant to assist the Government of Vietnam in providing emergency and humanitarian services to residents affected by the recent floods in the country’s central region.
Kim Hoa Kindergarten in Kim Hoa commune, Huong Son district of Ha Tinh, was submerged due to heavy rains caused by Storm No.9.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on November 1 urged authorities of central provinces to make maximum efforts to support residents hit by recent storms and floods.
The death toll during the recent severe flooding caused by torrential rains in the central region reached 106 as of 5 pm on October 20, while 27 others were missing, reported the Office of the Steering Committee on Natural Disaster Prevention and Control.
A delegation of the Public Security Ministry (MPS) led by Deputy Minister Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Son arrived in Huong Hoa district, Quang Tri on October 19.
The police forces have been implementing various plans to ensure local security and safety as well as to protect people and their property amid complicated developments of rains and floods in central provinces, especially in mountainous and coastal areas.
The Provincial Police Department of Ha Tinh has taken various measures and deployed all forces to ensure security and order, protect the people’s lives and property amid complicated developments of rains and floods in mountainous and coastal areas.
Ho Chi Minh City's flood-prevention plans should be focused more on the inner city and be closely linked to overall urban planning, experts have said.
The heaviest monsoon rains to lash India in 25 years have killed more than 1,600 people since June, government data showed on Tuesday, as authorities battled floods in two northern states and muddy waters swirled inside a major city.
PSNews – Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Son, Deputy Minister of Public Security on August 8 sent a letter of condolence to the family of Pham Minh Tu, police officer of the Loc Chau Commune Police Post for Tan Thinh Village, Bao Long City, Lam Dong Province. Earlier, officer Pham Minh Tu died while performing his duty.
It will take some time for the people in Sa Na village, Na Meo commune, Quan Son district, Thanh Hoa, to stabilize their life after floods swept the village.