Stories


“This year, I can set my mind at ease”

Sitting in her resilient house, Mrs. Le Thi Dieu (of Tan Thinh hamlet, Tan Thuy commune, Le Thuy district) points to the 2.5m-high horizontal waterline left by the 2020 floods.  


Binh Dinh: The story of "mid-wives" of sea turtles

Recently, in the fishing village of Nhon Hai commune, Quy Nhon city, villagers and local authorities have been very happy and heartened to see female sea turtles coming ashore to lay their eggs and…  


From Quang Binh to Tokyo

an exemplary story of Cao Ngoc Hung, one of the first athletes from Viet Nam to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics  


The Dragon’s Jewels

One of the most popular attractions in Vietnam, Ha Long Bay, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with over 1,600 islands and islets spread over 43,400 hectares, forming a spectacular seascape that…  


Livestreaming from farm to table

Binh Thuan’s dragon fruit farmers promote their “green” and environment-friendly dragon fruits to the domestic market via livestreaming and e-commerce.  


Sweet success

In Viet Nam, smallholder farmers are turning to beekeeping and other alternative livelihoods for climate-resilient income in an initiative backed by the GCF and UNDP.  


Nature-based Solutions in youth climate projects

The Youth4Climate team at UNDP Viet Nam has curated a series of profiles and interviews with representatives from youth climate projects that apply Nature-based Solutions (NbS) to climate action.  


Learning From Stories of Made-in-Vietnam Social Innovation, as Told by 4 Experts

The stories were told concurrently, each participant could only choose one story to listen to. Then they had the chance to be in small groups with other people from different story circles to share…  


When the storm is over

During October and November 2020, central Viet Nam was impacted by a series of successive intense storms, cyclones, and record-level floods. More than 230 people were reported dead or missing, and at…  


Poor ethnic minorities working in fabric cooperatives received support to overcome difficulties due to COVID-19

Many people belonging to ethnic minorities working in fabric cooperatives in Ha Giang were unemployed during border closure and travel restrictions, which resulted in the closure of these…  

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