The project “Strengthening Public-Private Partnerships for Disaster Risk Management and Community Resilience in Vietnam – Phase V ” funded by United States Agency for International Development. Through the Asian Foundation, to assist Vietnamese small and medium enterprises in raising awareness on disaster management and response.
In 2014 and early 2015, Vietnam experienced an obvious change in climate and weather, widespread drought and typhoons caused floods and severe damage and property. Economic losses were more than 2800 billion dong. Although Vietnam has made efforts to respond to natural disaster, we can’t predict them. The latest heavy rain happened in Quang Ninh,
On July 21, 2015, the Education and Development Center cooperated with the management board of Dung Quat EZ and the Central Petroleum Biofuel Joint Stock Company to draw up a detailed plan for the exercise of the plan. Disaster response for business. 200 guests came to watch the rehearsal. After the rehearsal, training activities for
In the past 20 years, each year, the Central Region of Vietnam has suffered dozens of major storms. Since the beginning of this year, 12 storms have struck our country among them two big storms: storms number 10 and 11. They struck in the coastal province, causing severe damage to the affected communities, including small
This video will describe the process of taking a company’s disaster recovery steps.
Currently, climate change in Vietnam are becoming increasingly clear, affecting many communities. According to statistics of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, on average Central Vietnam suffers dozens of hurricanes annually. In 2013, 15 storms hit our country. Due to climate change and according to the forecast from MONRE, natural disasters and climate change
To support enterprises especially small and medium enterprises (SMEs) conduct many activities to raise awareness of planning, building policy to help businesses respond and mitigate with damage caused by disasters. There were nearly 500 businesses in Central region participated in these activities. Many businesses already have scientific methods in planning proactive prevention and disaster proactive
Over 70% of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) do not have preparedness plans for natural disasters. As reported, in the survey published by the Vietnam chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), in some central areas. Thus many businesses suffer great losses when disaster strike. To support these businesses better prepared before natural disasters. VCCI in
According to a recent survey by the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and The Asia Foundation (TAF) in some central area over 70% small and medium enterprises (SMEs) do not have prevention, mitigation or contingency plans in emergency situations.
According to statistic of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment on average Central Vietnam suffered average dozens of hurricanes annually. Storms have occurred more and more, unusually and unpredictably and have negative impacts on this area in the last years. Most notably during disasters people focus on relief and emergency support and recovery for