Kinh te & Do thi calls for support for victims of historic flooding in central Vietnam
The Hanoitimes - The Kinh te & Do thi newspaper calls on benefactors to support the poor and flood victims in Vietnam's central region.
The Kinh te & Do thi (Economic and Urban) newspaper, the organ of the Hanoi People's Committee, has launched a charity program named "Joining hands to support flood victims in central Vietnam."
Storms Linfa and Nangka have brought torrential rains, causing severe floods and mudslides in central Vietnam in the past two weeks.
The historic calamities have left at least 111 people dead and dozens missing as of October 21, according to the Central Steering Committee for the Prevention and Control of Natural Disasters.
In addition, some 178,000 homes, 7,000 hectares of crops have been damaged and 700,000 livestock have died, according to official data.
Therefore, the Kinh te & Do thi newspaper calls on benefactors, individuals and groups to contribute in-cash and in-kind donations to help the poor and flood victims.
The Kinh te & Do thi newspaper will update the list of benefactors on the website http://kinhtedothi.vn, http://hanoitimes.vn, http://tieudung.vn, http://giaothonghanoi.kinhtedothi.vn.
Please send contributions to:
Kinh te & Do thi newspaper
Address: No.21 Huynh Thuc Khang street, Dong Da district, Hanoi
Account number: 14022518051012, at Techcombank, Thang Long branch - Lang Ha transaction office, Hanoi city. (Please specify: Sponsoring charity program "Ung ho Nhan dan mien Trung" (Joining hands to support flood-affected people in central Vietnam).
Please contact Ms. Tran Thi Minh Nguyet, director of Communications Center - Tel: 0983865555 or other reporters for further details.
Kinh te & Do thi staff join hands to support flood victims in central Vietnam.
| The Editorial Board of Kinh te & Do thi newspaper join hands to support the poor and flood-affected people.|
| The Association of Kinh te & Do thi Journalists supports the program.|
| Kinh te & Do thi Veterans Association supported the poor and flood-affected people in Vietnam's central region.|
| Representatives of the Humanitarian & Life newspaper join hands to support the program.|
| Hanoi Trade Corporation (Hapro) supports the program.|
| Song Phuong Production and Trading Joint Stock Company supports the flood victims.|
| M2 Fashion Company supports the program.|
| Representatives of Icons Vietnam Construction Investment Joint Stock Company participate in supporting the program.|
|Thanh Giong Computer and Communication Joint Stock Company supports the flood victims.|
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