Efforts made to help locals overcome flood aftermath

Wednesday, 22/08/2018 15:08 (GMT+7)

VNHNO - Localities, the army and agencies are making asserted efforts to help people in flood-hit areas to overcome the consequences of floods.

Nghe An provincial Border Guard High Command and Military Headquarters have sent doctors to provide free health check-ups and medicine to 650 locals in Bong Khe commune, Cong Cuong district, and Huu Kiem commune, Ky Son district. The delegation also presented VND 20 million to four households whose houses were washed away.

The provincial youth union also mobilised nearly 5,000 members to support locals in overcoming the aftermath of the flood.

In Ky Son district, the local authorities visited and present nearly VND30 million to six families, who have a dead or missing family member following the floods in Chieu Luu, Tay Son, and Muong Ai communes.

Efforts made to help locals overcome flood aftermath

Nghe An province’s border guards provide free medicine to locals in Huu Kiem commune, Ky Son district.

On August 18 and 19, more than 200 youth union member and volunteers joined 50 doctors to provide health check-ups and medicines to people in Chuong My district and clean up the environment there in order to help the locals stabilise their lives as soon as possible.

The Hoa Binh provincial Children Sponsor Fund in coordination with the Prudential Insurance Company granted 60 gifts worth VND1 million each to children in areas badly damaged by natural disaster in Vinh Tien, Tu Son, and Ha Bi communes.

Heavy rains and cyclones over the past two years have collapsed and blew away the roofs of more than 100 houses in Ca Mau province. The provincial authorities aided VND 10 million to each family who lost a relative due to the houses collapsing.

As of August 19 morning, all households in Lang Chanh, Ba Thuoc, Quan Hoa and Quan Son districts in Thanh Hoa province returned to their residential areas after being temporality evacuated due to floods and landslides. Measures have been taken to repair and rebuilt houses, provide food and essential goods to the locals, helping them resume their routine production and daily activities./.

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