Viet Nam: Drought and Saltwater Intrusion Situation Update No. 4 (as of 11 July 2016)

Viet Nam: Drought and Saltwater Intrusion Situation Update No. 4 (as of 11 July 2016)
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Name:Viet Nam: Drought and Saltwater Intrusion Situation Update No. 4 (as of 11 July 2016)
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This update is issued on behalf of the United Nations Resident Coordinator in Viet Nam. It covers the period from 16 June to the 11 July 2016. The next update will be issued as new information becomes available.

 

Highlights

  • Since January 2016, acute drought and saltwater intrusion has severely affected more than 2 million people in 18 provinces.
  • MARD has officially declared drought conditions to be over in the Mekong Delta, Central Highlands and the South-East region, but still on-going in South-Central Viet Nam.
  • However, impact for affected households is still lingering and needs are still pertinent particularly in terms of water storage and purification, hygiene promotion, nutritional support and livelihood recovery.
  • So far, 33% of the Emergency Response Plan appeal of US$48.5 million has been mobilized from various donors. 51% of the mobilized funding has been allocated for WASH relief operations.
  • Significant funding gaps remain for food security and livelihoods with only 11.2% of required emergency funds being mobilized so far.
  • The CCNDPC, based on provincial input, has communicated initial plans for recovery, which will be costed and finalized in the coming weeks.

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pdfClick here to download the Viet Nam: Humanitarian funding update

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