Student activities for Red River Delta water resources in Vietnam
Future human resources in the field of water resources in the Red River Delta is a topic that is receiving extensive attention in Vietnam today. The S-shaped country is witnessing a sharp decline in the number of candidates enrolled in engineering disciplines such as Water Resources, Hydrology or Environment. This can become a cause of reduced ability to supply human resources in the future.
In addition, in order to stimulate interest and build a prominent image that is capable of making more decisions on enrollment in Water Resources Management Specialization, many students at the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands have been regularly sent to HUNRE to conduct research projects in the Red River Delta region. A group of 6 Master's students at TU Delft came to Hanoi in September to study the possibility of transferring water from the Red River to the To Lich River through the West Lake to improve water quality and develop the natural ecosystem in the To Lich, a famous river in the Red River Delta since it flows through many areas of Hanoi's inner city and is seriously polluted due to receiving up to 150,000 m3 of wastewater daily.
Currently, a website is being implemented by HUNRE with the financial support of the Delta Alliance. This website is built to disseminate information about research and projects that have been done in the Red River Delta. This website will provide basic information to international agencies in the Red River Delta. We will continue to inform in the following posts.
For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Delta Alliance secretary
Thursday 19 December 2019