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Despite Seasonal Floods Now, Experts See Risk of Mekong Drying Up

Two leading experts on water issues in Asia warn that parts of Vietnam's fertile southernmost areas bordering Southeast Asia's longest river, the Mekong, are in danger of drying up.At the same time, they say, much of the Mekong is still flooded from se...Read More

Despite Seasonal Floods Now, Experts See Risk of Mekong Drying Up

Two leading experts on water issues in Asia warn that parts of Vietnam's fertile southernmost areas bordering Southeast Asia's longest river, the Mekong, are in danger of drying up.At the same time, they say, much of the Mekong is still flooded from se...Read More

Labour And Social Welfare Minister Urges Relief Aid For Flood Victims

(KPL) Minister of Labour and Social Welfare Khampheng Xaysompheng has urged individuals, organizations and all sectors in the society to extend relief aid to flood victims in central and southern provinces.At a press conference in Vientiane yesterday, ...Read More

EU Provides EUR 50 Million To Improve Nutrition Efforts In Laos

(KPL) The European Union has provided a financial support of EUR 50 million to improve a nutrition programme in the Lao PDR.The finance launched a new EUR 50 million flagship initiative "Support to the Lao PDR National Nutrition Strategy and Plan of Ac...Read More

First Mekong flood reaches Thailand and Laos before landing on ...

Vientiane, 5 Sep, 2019 - The Mekong River flood has now reached Thailand and the Lao PDR, while over the next few days will land on Cambodia.Based on the Mekong River Commission's flood forecasting, the water level at Thailand's Khong Chiam reached it...Read More