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Project: “Investigation and assessment of groundwater in the Western area of Nghe An”.

Objectives:

- Investigation on the hydro-geological conditions, water resources

- Definition of potential area supplying drinking water for Quy Hop, Thau Hoa and Con Cuong Township

The Project has been executed by the Division for Water Resources Planning and Investigation for the North of Vietnam since 2006 including the following activities: Fieldwork; geophysical measurement, drilling, pumping test, pumping water from dug wells.

Number of drilled wells: 22/23 (in quaternary sediments with the depth of 20m to 40m; in karsts: 40m to 100m) discharge from 0,71 to 10,0 (l/s), water quality meets the current standards, details are as follows: Quy Hop Area: 8/8 boreholes with the actual pumping rate of 28,38(l/s) equal to 2.448 (m3/d) able to supply water for 4.080 people (60l/person/ d); Thai Hoa Area 7/7 boreholes with the actual pumping rate of 14,97(l/s) equal to 1.293 (m3/d), capable to provide water for 2.155 people; Con Cuong Area 7/8 boreholes with the actual pumping rate of 29,6 (l/s) equal to 2.557 (m3/d) able to supply water for 4.262 people.

Project on the investigation of groundwater for Hà Giang Province

hagiangHà Giang is the border area of the North Vietnam, where located high mountains and a plenty of rivers and springs.

The terrain of Hà Giang province is relatively complex, dividing into 3 areas: the high mountainous area bordering with the northern tropics is quite steep; valleys, rivers and springs are separated; climate was featured with temperate, dividing into 2 seasons: rainy and dry. The high mountainous area of the West belongs to the massif of the Chay river’s upstream gathers with steep slopes, high passes, narrow valleys and stream beds; the climate of this area is divided into 2 seasons: rainy and dry. The low area of the Province includes hills, mountains, Lo river valleys and the town of Hà Giang.

Hà Giang was endowed with a number of high mountains with the highest peaks of Tây Côn Lĩnh (2419 m) and Kiều Liêu Ti (2402m). Regarding the flora, Hà Giang possesses many primeval forests with precious woods and 1000 kinds of rare medicinal plants. Animals are tigers, peacock, pangolins, … and a hundreds of other birds and animals.

Hà Giang obtains poetic grandeur Đồng Văn stone plateau, Khâu Vai love market compelling domestic and foreign tourists.

Project on planning and investigation of water resources for the Central Region

mien_trungCentral Region of Vietnam or Central part (other former names are Trung phần (Vietnam Democratic Republic), Trung Kỳ (French colonized), and An Nam (by French) is one of the three main regions of Vietnam (Bắc Bộ, Trung Bộ, Nam Bộ) and located in the middle. Tây Nguyên is usually included in the Central Region. It is sometimes found a combined name of Miền Trung-Tây Nguyên. The name Trung Bộ has been used since Bao Dai King established regional administrative agency higher than provincial level in 1945, replacing the name Trung Kỳ, which lingered to the time of French colony. This name was used in official documents of Vietnam Democratic Republic. This name is also used by many people nowadays.

In addition, another name was known as Trung phần, which originated in 1049 when Head of Vietnam State Bảo Đại formulated administrative office with the same function of ministerial level in 1945. Then, the Vietnam Republic Government also used this name until its collapse in 1975. Decree No. 143-A/TTP by the President of Vietnam Republic dated on 23/10/1956 regulated to call Bắc Việt, Trung Việt, Nam Việt with the name Bắc Phần, Trung Phần, Nam Phần. Tây Nguyên was named Cao nguyên Trung phần by the Vietnam Republic (former name was Cao nguyên Miền Nam). According to the Decree No. 147-A/NV by the President of Vietnam Republic dated on 24/10/1956, Trung Phần included Cao nguyên Trung phần and Trung nguyên Trung phần.