Caritas Vietnam: Recovery After The Natural Disaster & Flood At Hue Archdiocese
In the aftermath of the historic storms of October 2020, the world was saddened to see many people killed and countless properties submerged in floods and landslides.Even to this day, the people of Central Vietnam still struggle to rebuild their lives. The generosity of so many people has begun to alleviate the hardships that natural disasters caused them.
The generosity of so many people has begun to alleviate the hardships that natural disasters caused them. Disaster and flood recovery programs are still being implemented to help needy people have the opportunity and conditions to overcome the consequences of natural disasters.
We at Caritas Vietnam have supported families of Quang Tri and Thua Thien Hue provinces with a total budget of over 8 billion VND for building houses, providing seeds and animals, fisheries, purified water systems… and we are still working on other similar projects.
The List of Contributions Received by Caritas Vietnam
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The Mass of laying the first stone, officially started construction of the flood-control house at Tien Nghia Parish, Ha Tinh Diocese
After the historic flood in October 2020, many relief teams went to Tien Nghia to help and many people shed tears when directly witnessing the situation of the people here. The Bishop of Ha Tinh Diocese, Bishop Paul Nguyen Thai Hop and Caritas Vietnam 's survey team, Caritas Ha Tinh have come here many times after the flood to provide relief to the people. What everyone here recognizes and dreams of is that this place needs a solid house, high enough and strong enough for each flood, people have a place to live, for valuable applications such as motorbikes. , electronics and even pets. However, for them, dream is forever a dream, because they are struggling every day to eat.
Caritas Vietnam alone has also received a lot of contributions from all sectors in Vietnam and abroad, organizations and individuals sent to help the people of the Central Region. How touching is that when the spirit of Christian charity is expressed in action, human love still abounds while our brothers and sisters are in need. The spirit of mutual love, the good leaves that support the torn leaves are expressed practically and lovingly.
As dire as the situation is, these are the moments that reveal the Vietnamese spirit of charity and compassion, expressed in the proverb that “healthy leaves cover torn leaves.” Donations and aid have come from home and abroad, from students and the elderly, from individuals and organizations. Many of these benefactors entrusted Caritas Vietnam with their donations. The following projects are being undertaken in their name.
From November 9-12, 2020, Caritas Vietnam representative, Fr. Joseph Ngo Si Dinh, OP, Director of Caritas Vietnam, Fr. Peter Nguyen Trong Duong, SVD., his assistant, visited and assessed flooded areas.