The government of Japan has granted US$ 2.9 million to the Mekong River Commission (MRC) to implement its new strategic plan, seeking to promote responsible development in the region.
To ensure the effectiveness in the fight against the COVID-19 epidemic, response measures are being carried out in provinces and cities across the country.
Drawing on experience gained during previous years, each locality in the Mekong Delta has showed a lot of initiatives on protecting their production, as well as dealing with drought and saltwater intrusion.
Due to the absence of floods in 2020, shrimp ponds and lakes were not washed away by flood water, this year's shrimp crop in Binh Dinh province faced many uncertainties due to pollution.
The administration of Binh Thuan province has taken drastic measures to prevent illegal fishing in order to remove the yellow card warning for illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUU).
The central province of Binh Dinh has tightened the management of vessels operating at its fishing ports in the fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUU) based on the European Council's (EC) recommendations.
2030 Water Resources Group Vietnam will focus on renovations, enhancing the water use efficiency, especially in agricultural sector.
The Southern Institute of Water Resources Research has recommended a precaution of strong wind blows which can cause sudden and high salinity in the Mekong Delta during the lunar January's full-moon occasion.
According to Ben Tre Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, the black-headed carterpillars have attacked about 50 hectares of coconuts across the province in districts of Binh Dai, Mo Cay Nam, Chau Thanh.