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                                       VINAPRO GROUP SHARE OUR LOVE TO PEOPLE IN NEEDED

Vietnam is located on the eastern margin of the Indochinese peninsula and occupies about 331,211.6 square kilometers, of which about 25% was under cultivation in 1987. It borders the Gulf of Tonkin, Gulf of Thailand, and the Pacific Ocean, along with China, Laos, and Cambodia. 

Because Vietnam is located in the sub-equatorial tropical climate and is bordered by the vast East Sea, every year, many large and small storms often land on the country.

The 2020 Central Vietnam floods are a collection of ongoing floods in Central Vietnam. Because of the impact from La Niña , at the end of September and early October of 2020, 3 consecutive big storms landed in the central region of Vietnam, with heavy rainfall causing a large area in central Vietnam to be severely affected, causing flooding prolonged flooding.


More than 100 people are dead and thousands of homes have been submerged in some of Vietnam's most severe floods in decades. More than 7,200 hectares of food crops have been submerged and damaged, and more than 691,000 cattle and poultry have been killed or swept away in floodwater, according to the state-run Vietnam News Agency (VNA). Sixteen national highways and 161,880 meters of local roads in four provinces have also been damaged.

Vietnam's flooding has left hundreds of thousands in urgent need of emergency shelter, safe drinking water, food, and income support, according to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).

With the spirit of “Good leaf protects the torn” right after receiving news of about effection of the storm to people in the central of Vietnam, The Board of Directors of Vinapro Group called on all employees to join hands to support the people in the Central region. With the small donation amount of money but full of love and support.


Some pictures of the relief goods came to teachers and students of Tan Hoa 1 primary school, Tan Hoa commune, Minh Hoa district, Quang Binh province, one of the places severely affected by the historic flood.

We believe that through this help, the people in the Central region will gradually overcome the consequences of the storm and stabilize the country. We pray that they do not experience such difficulties again.Central region will gradually overcome the consequences of the storm and stabilize the country. We pray that they not experience such difficulties again
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