He suggested the region make further evaluations on the increasing number of Vietnamese people returning home from Cambodia in order to propose measures to stabilize their lives. Meanwhile, Nguyen Hoang Hanh, an official of the Steering Committee for Southwest Region, said that unstable jobs driven by climate change have forced local laborers flock to Ho Chi Minh City and the southeast to seek employments. According to the committee, drought and saline intrusion in the last months of 2015 and early 2016 damaged 208,461 hectares of paddy, 24,226 hectares of fruit trees and 3,059 hectares of aquaculture farming worth over VND 3.6 trillion (USD 157.7 million) and affected the lives of more than 320,920 households. Source: VNA
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