Ca Mau

Update news Ca Mau

 VietNamNet Bridge – The southernmost province of Ca Mau is expanding the farming area of acacia trees which offer high income for farmers. 

Ca Mau at risk of forest fire

 VietNamNet Bridge – About 33,000ha of the U Minh Ha National Forest in the southern province of Ca Mau is at risk of fire.

Ca Mau develops new agricultural models

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Mekong Delta province of Ca Mau has developed models that apply advanced farming techniques and increase co-operation among stakeholders in production and consumption.

Ca Mau to expand sustainable shrimp farming models

 VietNamNet Bridge – The southernmost province of Ca Mau, the country’s largest shrimp producer, plans to expand many of its sustainable farming models to fully exploit its potential.

Mekong Delta dried fish making villages busy with Tet production

 VietNamNet Bridge – Dried fish making villages in the Mekong Delta are entering their peak production season ahead of Tet (Lunar New Year), which falls on February 5 this year.

Ca Mau dried-banana village increases production for Tet

 VietNamNet Bridge – A famous dried-banana village in Tran Hoi Commune in Ca Mau Province is now entering its peak production season for Tet (Lunar New Year), which falls on February 5 this year.

No mass firing of teachers in Mekong province

Director of the province’s Education and Training Department Nguyen Minh Luan told media at a press briefing that the dismissal would follow a roadmap and not be carried out en masse as reported earlier.

Mass fish deaths recur in Ca Mau

 VietNamNet Bridge – Mass fish deaths along rivers in the southernmost province of Ca Mau have recurred in Dam Doi District, the local People’s Committee reported yesterday.

Ca Mau environmental pollution rises to alarming levels

 VietNamNet Bridge – Despites efforts by authorities, pollution at industrial parks and clusters in the Mekong province of Ca Mau has risen to alarming levels, affecting the lives of local residents.

Land erosion wreak havoc in Ca Mau

 VietNamNet Bridge – Land erosions have caused major damage to property in Ca Mau Province’s Nam Can District, the Vietnam News Agency reported on May 20.

Ca Mau Province to inspect illegal farming activities

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Mekong Delta Province of Ca Mau on Tuesday launched an inspection of arbitrary seafood farming and planting activities on its island.

District official jailed for stealing from the poor

The provincial People’s Court in the southernmost province of Ca Mau yesterday sentenced former head of Tran Van Thoi District’s Labour Department to 16 years in prison for stealing more than VND2 billion.

Border guard teaches island kids

 VietNamNet Bridge – In a quiet corner of Hon Chuoi Island of the southernmost province of Ca Mau, a teacher and students are beginning a new school year, like their peers across the country.

Man spends 20 years to conquer forest

 VietNamNet Bridge – Living in the southern-most province of Ca Mau since his life was difficult, Tran Van Xe has spent more than 20 years here or near the area.

Hundreds of households move out of landslide-stricken areas

The government has instructed local authorities to evacuate people from landslide-stricken areas to safe places for resettlement. However, with hundreds of thousands of households affected by landslides, it has become a difficult task.

Trial of seven fishery, bank officials accused of $44m in fraud begins

The Ca Mau Provincial People’s Court on Monday began the trial of seven people in the fisheries and banking sector for allegedly defrauding the government of more than VND1 trillion (US$44 million).

PM’s instruction to close natural forests ignored by illegal loggers

VietNamNet Bridge - Illegal logging continues even after the Prime Minister declared the closing of natural forests in June 2016.

Seeing sexual harassment for what it is

Mai, an office cleaner, was groped by an official as she worked. When this happened several times, she had a video taken of the act, and lodged a sexual harassment complaint with authorities in Ca Mau Province.

Ca Mau gears up for fires

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Mekong Delta province of Ca Mau is taking plenty of precautions this year after several forest fires broke out last year at the U Minh Ha National Park.

Unusually strong tides erode coastal land

 VietNamNet Bridge – Hundred metres of land along rivers and coastlines have been destroyed by unusually strong winds and waves, combined with rising tides in the southernmost province of Ca Mau.