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.
On August 18th, the Prime Minister approved the Strategy on building material development in Vietnam for the period of 2021 – 2030, with an orientation toward 2050.
On August 4-5, the assessment team of the Vietnam National Roofsheet Association and the Vietnamese Heart Fund of the Vietnam National Television paid a visit to the house of Mr. Nguyen Duc Hoa in Nghi Loc distric, Nghe An province.
Following months of intense work and dealing with the turmoil created by the COVID-19 pandemic, Alliance Magnesium marked a crucial milestone on June 29th, 2020 in Asbestos, Quebec.
The U.S. EPA is currently reviewing and updating its recently published draft risk assessment for asbestos. As part of this process, EPA requested its Science Advisory Committee on Chemicals (SACC) to peer review the document in a virtual meeting held June 8-11, 2020.
With 446/458 (reaching 92.34 percent) of voting, on June 17th, the National Assembly of 14th term officially passed the Law on Investment (amended) including 7 chapters, 77 articles and 4 appendices.
On July 11, the 5th term Congress (2020 – 2025) of Vietnam National Roofsheet Association took place in Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh province.
Living in Lung Buong village, Thuan Hoa commune, Vi Xuyen district, the family of Mr. Sung Van Sin, one of the most disadvantaged cases has been proposed to benefactors of Vietnam National Roofsheet Association and Vietnamese Heart Fund by local authorities.
In the last days of April, thunderstorms and hails made thousands of houses in Lai Chau province seriously damaged.
On a rugged mountain in Thuan Hoa commune, Vi Xuyen district, a nearly 80-year-old woman and two young grandchildren are living in a shabby and needy cottage.
It is about 32 kilometers to the school site of Lung Vui, which is the beneficiary of charity program organized by the Vietnamese Heart Fund and Vietnam National Roofsheet Association to the center of Vi Xuyen Town. Here, both teachers and students are suffering from highly disadvantaged circumstance.
Born with a mental illness, Ms. Vu Thi Van, living in Truc village, has been unable to live a normal life as others.