On the morning of January 19, the Vietnam Association for Building Materials held the seminar “Fibre cement products are safe for use” with the participation of professionals and officials in the field of building materials.
This winter has been extremely harsh in the mountainous areas, and fortunately, the Vietnam National Roofsheet Association has promptly completed solid houses for the poor here.
On December 18, the Vietnam National Roofsheet Association and the Vietnamese Heart Fund handed over a new house for Vang Thi Ha and Vang Minh Tuan in the excitement of local people.
On November 18, the handover ceremony of 1,100 colored fibre cement roofing sheets of the VNRA and the FM Trading Co., Ltd occured at the Centre of People’s Committee of Khanh Binh Dong commune.
On November 20, the Vietnam National Roofsheet Association, in collaboration with the Vietnamese Heart Fund – Vietnam Television and local authority held house-giving ceremony for the poor.
On October 26, local authorities of Vị Xuyen district, together with the Vietnam National Roofsheet Association – Vietnam Television held a handover ceremony the new works for disadvantaged people in the area.
On October 28, the family of Mr. Nguyen Duc Hoa in Nghi Van commune, Nghi Loc district was officially handed over a new house.
While storms are causing heavy damage for the central region, the Vietnam National Roofsheet Association, together with its members, supported the local people.
The house at Truc village, Yen Phuc commune, Y Yen district, Nam Dinh province is the first work to be handed over of house-giving project of VNRA in 2020.
In the last days of September, the team of Vietnam National Roofsheet Association and Vietnamese Heart Fund paid a visit to 02 extremely poor families in Thot Not district, Can Tho city.
Grasping the aesthetic tastes of consumers, businesses are launching new chrysotile-containing products with a variety of types.
The construction of house and school for disadvantaged people in the North is coming to the last stages with roofing and other completing works.
In its September 2020 edition, the prestigious British medical scientific publication The Lancet, on the occasion of this year’s World Water Week (August 24-28) conference, draws its spotlights on the urgent need for a serious and responsible intervention in order to help emerging countries build sanitary and drinking water infrastructure.
Quebec’s Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’environnement (BAPE), the provincial government’s consultative body on environmental issues, recently published a report on the valorization and exploitation of the serpentine mining residues that can be found across its Appalachian region.