As of 28 October, the extreme weather events had occurred in residential areas housing 7.8 million people, of which 1.5 million people and children were directly affected and exposed to significant risks of disease, hunger, injury and death. Many have been separated from families and children kept away from school, leading to severe protection and safeguarding concerns.
In response to the widespread flooding and landslides caused by the recurrent rains and typhoons in Central Vietnam, World Vision Vietnam launches a Response & Early Recovery Program with an aim to address the most urgent needs with life-saving assistance and speed up life-rebuilding process for the 18,764 most vulnerable households in the affected areas of Quảng Trị, Quảng Nam, and Quảng Ngãi provinces.
This Response and Early Recovery Program will be implemented during a six-month period. Support during the relief stage consists of food aid, shelter, and other items which help improve the quality of water, sanitation, and hygiene for the targeted households. Early recovery stage will consist of the relief activities above as well as intervention in regard to nutrition, livelihoods, child protection and education. Child and vulnerable adult safeguarding will be mainstreamed in all sectoral activities.
Quảng Trị Province - Hải Lăng, Triệu Phong, Hướng Hóa, Đăkrông Districts
Quảng Nam Province - Nam Trà My, Nam Giang, Nông Sơn, Phước Sơn Districts
Quảng Ngãi Province - Sơn Tây, Minh Long Districts
November 2020 - May 2021
European Civil Protection &
Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO)
Aktion Deutschland Hilft (ADH)
Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP)
Dutch Relief Alliance (DRA)
New Zealand Embassy in Vietnam
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454,942 children and adults, including the most vulnerable and those with disabilities
- National Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control
- International agencies & Peer INGOs
- Disctrict and Commune People's Committees
- Mass organizations (Women’s Union, Youth Union)
- Community-based child protection committees
- Community-based rapid response teams