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On the afternoon of December 7, 2021, the director of the Center for Ecological Community Development (ECODE), Ms. Hoang Ha as one of the three representatives of NGOs and CSOs in Vietnam, participated in the event “Re-envisioning resilience: Journey for Gender Equality and Climate Action”. The event is part of the Un’s “EmPower – Resilient Women to Climate Change” project, which began in 2018.

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BUILDING AN ONLINE LECTURE SERIES ON COMMUNITY-BASED DISASTER RISK ASSESSMENT TOOLS
Events
Following the activities within the framework of the mission "Building an online lecture series on community-based disaster risk assessment tools" (CBDRA E-learning), on November 11th, 2022 in Hanoi, Center for Eco-community Development (ECODE) held the first consultation meeting for a set of 10 online training modules on the use of data collection tools for risk […]
Launching a contest to create items from waste sources
On May 14, in the city. Hoi An (Quang Nam province), the Central Children's Activity Instruction Center (Ho Chi Minh […]
Wind and Solar Energy: Opportunities and prospects for Vietnam
On May 6, in Hanoi, the Second Meeting of Vietnam Renewable Energy Network took place. This event has
ECODE – Capacity building training on Climate Change Adaptation in Quang Binh
On May 17, 2017, the Center for Ecological Community Development held a training session to share experiences on "TOT training […]
Detecting industrial chemicals in dead fish and clams
According to the Department of Natural Resources and Environment of Kien Giang province, the results of analysis of water samples […]

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Quang Tri: Fishermen call for help because the sea estuary is flooded

For many years, Cua Tung estuary (Vinh Linh district, Quang Tri province) has been seriously flooded, making it difficult for fishermen to bring their ships to shore to buy and sell seafood, necessities and vacations.

Ca Mau loses about 450 hectares of coastal land every year

Due to the influence of the northeast monsoon combined with high tides, the East coast is severely affected. In many sections, the protection forest belt has been completely lost and the land has been eroded from 50 to 80 m deep on the coastline with a length of more than 10,000 m.

Tears of farmers who lost their crops because of unusual weather

The erratic weather makes the winter-spring rice crop of farmers in Sa Nghia commune (Sa Thay, Kon Tum) almost lost.

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Quang Tri: Fishermen call for help because the sea estuary is flooded
CENTER FOR ECO-COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT On the afternoon of December 7, 2021, the director of the Center for Ecological Community Development (ECODE), Ms. Hoang Ha as one of the three representatives of NGOs and CSOs in Vietnam, participated in the event “Re-envisioning resilience: Journey for Gender Equality and Climate Action”. The event is part of the […]

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