Vietsovpetro donates VND1 bln to flood victims in Binh Dinh

The Russia-Vietnam Joint Venture (Vietsovpetro) on January 11 donated VND1 billion to help flood victims in Binh Dinh to overcome flood aftermath.Go »
Stepping up control over illegal immigration

Binh Dinh’s Vice Chairman Lam Hai Giang ordered relevant bodies to step up measures of preventing and controlling the pandemic Covid-19 in the province.Go »
Over 22,000 blood units expected this year

Binh Dinh People’s Committee has set the quota of blood donation in this year, with an estimated 22,180 blood units.Go »
VND4.72 bln allocated to flood-affected areas in Binh Dinh

The Prime Minister has decided to allocate a fund to help flood-affected provinces to repair houses for local people.Go »
Le Van Du honoured as “scientist of farmers”

Le Van Du, Director of Binh Dinh-based Minh Du Poultry Breeding Co., Ltd, was among 68 individuals honoured as 'scientists of farmers' in recognition of their significant devotion and contributions to farmers, agriculture and new-style rural area building.Go »
“Winter volunteer” campaign launched in Dak Mang

The province’s Youth Union of local bodies on December 23 coordinated with Hoai An district’s Youth Union to organize a “winter volunteer” campaign in Dak Mang commune.Go »
Solutions for sustainable energy get promoted

A seminar on promoting communication solutions for energy development, held by the Central Commission for Education and Propaganda, took place in Quy Nhon yesterday.Go »
Overseas Vietnamese donates US$3,000 to flood victims

A total of VND300 million, contributed by Vietnamese community in the US, was donated to flood victims in the central province of Binh Dinh yesterday.Go »
Boost camp for architecture creativity and art opens

A boost camp for architechture creativity and art opened December 21 at International Centre for Interdisciplinary Science and Education (ICISE), under the 16th “Meeting Vietnam” program.Go »
Over VND27.4 bln invested in facilities for climate change adaptation

Binh Dinh People’s Committee has approved the project of buiding facilities for climate change adaptation for ethnic minority groups (CRIEM) in the province.Go »
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