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Patients at Kean Khleang National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Disabilities receives donation from Cambodian Red Cross

CRC: The Cambodian Red Cross with Samdech kittipritthbindit Bun Rany HUNSEN as President provided humanitarian donation to 114 patients at Kean Khleang National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Disabilities on 3 May 2017.

Madam Pum Chantinie, Secretary General of the Cambodian Red Cross thanks to Dr. Jim Gollogly, Head of division of Children Operation for his hard - working in taking care of the patients.


In that occasion, each patient received one kids ( a box of noodle, 10 fish cans, 12 cans of fresh milk, 1 Kg of white sugar, 1 Sarong, 1 Mosquitos net, 1 blanket, 1 Krama).

It should be reaffirmed that Center provides the patients with free of charge of treatment and accommodation.


Study tour of Red Cross Youth to understand Environment Agriculture and tree planting

CRC : On February 6, 2017. The Red Cross youth to institutes in Phnom Penh and Red Cross Advisors approximately 160 organized a trip to learn and promote knowledge about the environment and agriculture and plant trees under the theme "Youth love the environment and agriculture" in the farm land of Rithy Kiri Senmonorom located in Samrong Choeng, Sen Dei Commune, Samrong Tong District  Kampong Spue Province.


The study tour was led by His Excellency Sam Kosal, Director of CRC Human Resources, staff from CRC headquarters, branch, youth advisor and youth. The aim of the study tour is to provide opportunities for Red Cross Youth to learn and promote the awareness of agriculture, irrigation and the environment in local communities to link youth with community and 

Cambodian Red Cross Visits Hand of Hope Community Center

In the morning of 06 February 2017, Cambodian Red Cross led by first deputy Secretary General, Madam Men Neary Sopheak visits on autism and disable children in Hand of hope Community located in  Takmao Anuwat secondary school, Kandal province.


It should be confirmed that there are total of 89 children in the Center of whom 40 are in the Center and the other 49 are in community. A total of 13 staff of whom 9 are serving in the Center while 4 others are in community.  

National Dissemination Workshop on Disaster Management Law

National dissemination workshop on disaster management law was held on 2nd  February  2017 at Cambodian Red Cross Headquarter chaired by Ms. Pum Chantinie, Cambodian Red Cross Secretary General and facilitated by H.E Ma Norith, Deputy Secretary General of National committee of Disaster Management with 65 participants from 25 provinces participating.


The purpose of the dissemination is to promote awareness on disaster management law in order to join in disaster risk reduction, preparedness, recovery and awareness of Climate Change.

Cambodian Red Cross Provides Water Wells To People of Steung Treng Province.

Cambodian Red Cross (CRC): On the morning of January 31, 2017, the Cambodian Red Cross, with Samdech Kittiprittbandit Bun Rany HUNSEN a president, offered 20 water-wells (in sequential number from 51 to 70) to 377 families equal to 2,182 people living in 7 communes of Siem Bok and Thalaborivath districts of Steung Treng province.


On the occasion of handing the wells, H.E. Pith Chamnan, CRC Central Committee Member, conveyed the greetings from Samdech Kittiprittbandit president and appealed people to send their children to schools to be good child, good student, good people in society, to participate in Village-Commune Safety Policy, and to stay away from alcohol and drugs which are the sources of violence, theft and insecurity. More importantly, he suggested that people always take good care of their health by drinking boiled-water and plant vegetation around wells for the benefit of the community and to preserve these achievements.


It should be recalled that Cambodian Red Cross from 2010 to 2016 has addressed the issue of clean-water for tens of thousands of families across the country, and has given thousands of wells (wells pump – water-filters) community ponds and water-tanks to communities.

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