Emergency Support for Storms and Pandemic
Almost annually, Vietnam faces the brunt of natural disasters, leaving its people vulnerable. The year 2020 witnessed the onslaught of two hailstorms in Ha Giang, Son La, and Hung Hoa, causing extensive roof damage. Stepping in, Mission of Love undertook the crucial task of roof repairs, alleviating the affected communities. Simultaneously, the same year saw Hue, Quang Tri, and Vinh grappling with torrential rains and storms. This deluge submerged homes, livestock, and farms for extended periods, causing severe losses. Responding swiftly, Mission of Love distributed essential resources such as seeds, young animals, and fish to aid in post-storm recovery.
In 2021 and 2022, the global pandemic raged, hitting Vietnam's impoverished population hard. Many faced isolation without sustenance. In this dire scenario, MOL played a pivotal role by distributing food to thousands, mitigating hunger during the trying times of COVID-19.
In a comprehensive overview, Mission of Love's endeavors encompassed emergency food provisions for 3,590 individuals in Saigon, Ho Nai, and Ha Noi throughout the pandemic, exemplifying unwavering dedication to alleviating distress and fostering resilience.