Closing Ceremony " Key to Success and Leadership" course
In the morning of July 28, 2017, Lok Chumteav Pum Chantinie, Secretary General was presided over the closing ceremony of the 4-day course" Key to Success and Leadership" course from July 25 to 28, 2017, with a total of 72 participants, from Cambodian Red Cross National Headquarters, CRC Phnom Penh Municipality branch and Red Cross volunteers.
On that occasion, Lok Chumteav, Secretary-General of CRC, would like to thank Cristopher Lee and his team for providing this useful training to CRC staff "The key to success and leadership" (Operacy) which gave us the perspective:
- People born to success not to fail
- Promote positive thinking for success
- No one is born without fault, but we do not have to repeat the same mistakes, and mistakes are experiences
- The enemy of success is fear and this training, "The Key to Success and Leadership" (Operacy), says that if you want to succeed, stick to five principles: change, respect for diversity, merger, self-control, and widespread.
Course on Red Cross Movement, IHL to Police Academy
In the morning of 20 July 2017, Red Cross, in collaboration with the International Committee of the Red Cross organized a course on the fundamental principles of the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement, international humanitarian law (IHL) and the promotion of humanitarian values to students and trainees at the Police Academy School at Kien Svay district, Kandal Province , with participation from Head of ICRC mission to Phnom Penh and CRC staff of sub- department of Dissemination , totaling 179 participants.
The Course is aimed to streamline the awareness of Red Cross fundamental principles, IHL and the promotion of humanitarian values to all trainees, as well as the Cambodian police forces.
CRC and ICRC disseminates IHL and Humanitarian Activities to security officials from P Penh
On 13 July, the ICRC and Cambodian Red Cross met with 40 security officials from 12 districts in PP with City Hall, to discuss international standards on the law enforcement, and ways to exercise best practices with large crowds, demonstrations or assemblies.
"Large-crowd gatherings or protests can become dangerous quickly. They can put both officials and citizens at risk. By following rules of conduct, everyone is safer because all sides know what to expect. We do this work in countries around the world, and the ICRC is pleased to do the same in Cambodia. We care about the safety and well-being of everyone," Roman Paramonov, ICRC Cambodia Head of Mission said.
Cambodian Red Cross (CRC) representative also presented CRC mission and its humanitarian activities to raise awareness to them
As a humanitarian organization, the ICRC and CRC cares about the well-being of people regardless of political affiliation, race, and religion. Around the world, and in Cambodia, we promote international humanitarian law for the safety of people, military, police and security officials alike.
Dissemination Workshop on Disaster Management Law in Pursat
In the morning of July 12, 2017, Lok Chumteav Pum Chantinie , Secretary General of Cambodian Red Cross, participated in a dissemination workshop on disaster management law in Pursat and attended from branches and sub-branches of eight provinces. totaling 45 participants.
The workshop aims to raise public awareness on disaster management law, promote good collaboration in implementing the law.
Meeting on mid-term review of the 2016-2018 Cooperation Agreement
In the morning of June 27, 2017, National Headquarters of the Cambodian Red Cross, organized the mid-term review of the 2016-2018 Cooperation Agreement between the Cambodian Red Cross And the International Committee of the Red Cross. The meeting was presided over by Lok Chumteav Men Nary Sophak, First Deputy Secretary-General of Cambodian Red Cross and Mr. Roman Paramonov , head of the mission the ICRC, Phnom Penh and also the participants from departments with a total of 18.
The meeting aims to share experiences gained from implementation in 2016 and 2017 and to discuss issues and plan for the second half of 2017 and 2018.