Storm- and flood-resilient homes could be rolled out to even more at-risk provinces One month has elapsed since storms and floods swept across the coastal district of Quang Ninh in the central province of Quang Binh, where there are thousands of poor households. Today, many of them like Nguyen Thi Linh’s in Hien Ninh commune have been unable to rebuild their homes torn down by the disaster. Linh, a 65-year-old disabled farmer, lives in Bac Co Hien hamlet and depends on support from relatives and neighbours. Her husband passed away many years ago. “The terrible flood has swept away homes in a wink. Many have become homeless and penniless,” Linh said. “Our house was heavily damaged, and I don’t have money to repair it. I’m living temporarily at a relative’s home.” Along with Bac Co Hien hamlet, many others in the district have faced the same fate in the wake of the disaster. Le Thi Nho, 80, from nearby Nam Co Hien hamlet in Hien Ninh, said that her house and assets had been swept away by the flooding. “We have nothing now,” said the woman in sorrow. “So do the villagers. Many of them have become homeless.” Le Hoai… Read full this story
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