Improving the resilience of coastal
communities to climate change in Viet Nam

Resilience - Adaptation - Transformation
304-305, Floor 3, Building 3A, Thao Vien Guest House, 21A Ngoc Ha, Ha Noi

The objective of the project is to improve the resilience of vulnerable coastal communities to climate change related impacts in Viet Nam.

Project's target

Resilient Housing 4.000 houses 4,000 houses

Mangrove 4.000 hectares 4,000 hectares

Anticipated tonnes of CO2 equivalent avoided 1.9 m 1,9 m

Progress to date

Number of resilient homes constructed

2.953 2,953

Area of mangrove regenerated

3.285 3,285 ha

Number of people access to climate change and resilience information

32.083 32,083 people
Project's Components
Resilience Housing

Quang Binh (497)

Quang Nam (329)

Quang Ngai (593)

Thanh Hoa (902)

Thua Thien-Hue (506)

Mangrove Regeneration

Ca Mau (2611)

Nam Dinh (155)

Quang Nam (95)

Quang Ngai (74)

Thanh Hoa (350)


Ba Ria-Vung Tau (0)

Bac Lieu (0)

Ben Tre (0)

Binh Dinh (0)

Binh Thuan (0)

Ca Mau (1637)

Da Nang (0)

Ha Tinh (0)

Hai Phong (0)

Ho Chi Minh City (0)

Khanh Hoa (0)

Kien Giang (0)

Nam Dinh (587)

Nghe An (0)

Ninh Binh (0)

Ninh Thuan (0)

Phu Yen (0)

Quang Binh (8940)

Quang Nam (5887)

Quang Ngai (4331)

Quang Ninh (0)

Quang Tri (0)

Soc Trang (0)

Thai Binh (0)

Thanh Hoa (5887)

Thua Thien-Hue (4814)

Tien Giang (0)

Tra Vinh (0)

Press Release Press Release

More than 1,000 students participated in the "Green Puzzle" with a message to...

Ca Mau Province, 14 December 2019  – Phan Ngoc Hien Specialized High School of Ca Mau Province and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Viet Nam organize the grafting event...

Feature Article Feature Article

Training on community-based disaster risk management - climate change in...

On June 24, 2020, the GCF Project Management Unit on Climate Change in collaboration with the United Nations Development Program and the Component Project Management Board of Quang Binh...

In The News In The News

1,100 storm-resilient houses built by GCF

A mangrove forest in Tam Giang Lagoon, the central province of Thừa Thiên – Huế. — VNA/VNS Photo Hồ Cầu As published in Viet Nam News on 18/1/2019 HÀ NỘI — Nearly 1,100...