Viet Nam's Song Bung 4 Hydropower Resettlement: Co Tu People

While the Song Bung 4 Hydropower project disrupted the lifestyle of the Co Tu ethnic group in central Viet Nam, it also became an opportunity for its members, especially women and children, to gain better education, health care, and improve their income opportunities. Their active participation in the resettlement process was key to the successful completion of a project that helped them design and build their future.

Better Health Care, Education to Resettled in Viet Nam

A hydropower energy project in Central Viet Nam has disrupted the lives of an isolated ethnic minority but offers better health care and educational opportunities.

Resettlement Puts Women on Top in Central Viet Nam

The Song Bung 4 hydropower dam and energy project filled the energy gap in Central Viet Nam and offered new income opportunities for the community.

Empowering Through Resettlement

When the Co Tu ethnic group were re-settled during the Song Bung 4 Hydropower Project, affected families benefited from better facilities and more opportunities to improve their lives.

Rebuilding Villages, Growing Ownership

Taking ownership of new resettlements as part of Song Bung 4 Hydropower project means creating new lives and new opportunities.

Shaping the Future, Counting on People

Active participation in designing and constructing a resettlement site is key to success in the Song Bung 4 Hydropower project.

Better Health Care and Education

A hydropower project in Central Viet Nam offers better health care and educational opportunities - and a better future.