prevent saltwater intrusion

Update news prevent saltwater intrusion

The drought-hit Mekong Delta province of Long An this year needs more fresh water, but can only supply about 50 per cent of demand from its 35 fresh water treatment plants and stations. 

World Bank to fund water security project in Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta city of Can Tho seeks to borrow US$25 million from the World Bank to expand its local water supply network in the 2025-30 period under a proposed water project to be funded by the bank.

Mekong Delta takes measures to cope with saltwater intrusion

Saltwater intrusion has occurred on a large scale in the Mekong Delta, forcing local authorities to take measures to protect agricultural production and ensure water supply for household use.

Vietnam's biggest provider of fruit seedlings improves quality

Farmers in Ben Tre Province’s Cho Lach District, the country largest fruit seedling producer, are using advanced techniques to produce higher-quality seedlings, mostly for durian, jackfruit, mango and rambutan plants.

Mekong Delta braces for salt intrusion

 VietNamNet Bridge – Authorities and people living in the coastal areas of the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta have taken several measures to prevent saltwater intrusion, including building of dams.