House are flooded in the central region of Vietnam in early October.
These funds include NZD$150,000for UNICEF and NZD$20,000 for World Vision relief efforts.
Sharing about the funds, New Zealand Ambassador to Vietnam, H.E. Wendy Matthews, said he wanted to send his sincere condolences go out to those communities and families affected by the flooding and landslides.
‘Alongside the relief work of the Vietnamese Government, this assistance seeks to help families meet basic needs and to help them begin rebuilding their livelihoods,’ the ambassador said. ‘It is an example of New Zealand’s ongoing commitment to supporting the people of Vietnam.”
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