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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.

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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.

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TOT Training course on Community Based Healthy Ageing

The first roll out of Healthy Ageing Programme in ASEAN: Cambodian Red Cross prepares for an ageing society and promotes Community Based Healthy Ageing in 25 provinces and pilot projects in three provinces, supported by IFRC in partnership with Pfizer Inc. in 2017.

 

Today, 13 June 2017, Mme. Pum Chantinie, Secretary General, Cambodian Red Cross presides over The Training of Trainers on Community Based Healthy Ageing at Cambodian Red Cross National Head Quarter in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. There are 34 participants (Male 14, Female 20) from 25 provincial red cross branches and two Thai Red Cross representatives participating in this training course. The peer-to-peer facilitation team consists of two specialists from Bulgarian & Mongolian Red Cross National Societies with the technical support from IFRC Bangkok and Geneva. 


 Cambodian Red Cross National Society is the third country in the world to show the leadership and the commitment in implementing “Community Based Healthy Ageing Programme” after Montenegro, and India. IFRC supports National Societies to play a key role in promoting healthy ageing which contributes to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Global strategy and action plan on ageing and health , which focuses on five strategic objectives:

1). commitment to action on healthy ageing in every country;

2). developing age-friendly environments;

3). aligning health systems to the needs of older populations;

4). developing sustainable and equitable systems for providing long-term care (home, communities, institutions);

5). improving measurement, monitoring and research on healthy ageing.


This 3-day training of trainers (TOT) highlights about the life course approach, healthy ageing determinants and evidence-based behaviour change theories. The toolkit includes content about noncommunicable diseases, risk factors such as falls and social isolation, healthy eating, physical activity, lifelong learning and plan of action as well as tools which provide guidance and activities to help people pursue healthier lives and enable active ageing with dignity and a better quality of life.


After this TOT training, the pilot projects in three targeted provinces - Kampot, Svay Rieng and Prey Veng will be implemented the project activities to improve the quality of life of Cambodia elderly people in rural community about 500 persons. Moreover, 90-100 Red Cross volunteers will be trained on Healthy Ageing, 18 outreach education sessions on NCD and health promotion in targeted communities at Buddhist pagodas will be conducted by trained volunteers, 3,000 healthy ageing booklets will be produced, and at least 2 case studies and stories and project review and lessons learnt reports will be developed.

 

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Cambodian Red Cross provides ponds and wells to people in Pursat province

On the afternoon of 12 May 2017, the Cambodian Red Cross under the leadership of  Samdech Kittipritthbindit Bun Rany Hun Sen, officially handed over 2 ponds and 16 wells  by Ms. Men Neary Sopheak, CRC  First Deputy Secretary General , H.E Mao Thonin ,Honorary President of CRC Pursat Branch  to people from 448 families.  The official ceremony took place in Sereimongkul pagoda,  Sya Commune,  Kandeang district,  Pursat province. 

It should be recalled that the first pond size is 35 meters width -50 meters long and 3 meters deep and the second is 40 meters width- 50 meters long and 3 meters deep.

 

 

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Project Progress Meeting Between CRC and Finish Red Cross

CRC: On the morning of May 11, 2017 at the Red Cross headquarters, HE. You Lana, Second deputy secretary General of CRC met with Ms. Marjaana Pekkola, senior advisor in charge of Rural Development of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland, and colleagues of the Finnish Red Cross and Cambodian Red Cross.
 

The meeting was aimed at:
 

1. Monitoring and follow-up the performance activities and examining the progress and 
    effectiveness of Building Community Resilience  project in communities supported by the
    Government of Finland through the Finnish Red Cross in the targeting provinces including
    Kampong Cham and Tbong Khmom in the years 2016-2018 Implementation plan

2. Examining the possibility of cooperation in the future.
 

Senior officials of the Finnish Foreign Ministry with the participation of officials of Cambodian Red Cross will be on mission to the two provinces from 11 and 12 May 2017.

 

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Kampot: In the morning of July 18, 2017, Cambodian Red Cross Kampot branch organized a training course on "Youth for Changing Behavior" for 40 Cambodian Red Cross Youths (20 females) from four target high schools in Kampot province. This course aims to strengthen the capacity of Cambodian Red Cross youth to improve their outreach to the schools and communities.

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On 12 July 2017, CRC-NHQ project and branch team of Building Resilience Community Project supported by the Finnish Red Cross,  inspected the Latrine material production at Prek Achi commune, Kroch Chhmar district, Tbuong Khmum province, Cambodia .

The latrine material production have been processed and got good quality as the approved agreement. The construction process of 300 household latrines have being well started in 6 target villages. About 40% of construction were completely finished and the latrines have well used and properly maintained by beneficiaries.

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Prey Veng: On the morning of July 04, 2017, Cambodian Red Cross Prey Veng branch conducted a training of trainer course on elder aging health care, presided over by HE Oknha Sok Pheng, Deputy Permanent Vice-President of the branch Committee.

The 2 day- training course is organized in cooperation with the Cambodian Red Cross, and  funded by the International Federation, starting from July 4 to 5, 2017 with a total of 30 participants, 8 women from Peam Ro District sub-district are the target districts for implementing project activities.

The objectives of the training are:

1. To enable the Red Cross volunteer to educate key messages on preventing non-communicable diseases and caring for the health of older aging in the community.

2. To improve the quality of life of older aging living in rural communities to receive hope, respect and promote of dignity by preventing NCDs and healthcare.

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CRC Kampong Chhnang branch : A 3-day training course on disaster management for  35 Red Cross youth and Youth Advisors 3 targeting areas  started from 5-7 July 2017 , with participation from Mr. Prak Sophorn,  branch director  and National Headquarters project coordinator of the Red Cross Disaster Management Department

The purposes of the training were:

1. Find out the deadly hazards at school

2- Manage hazard in schools

3- Find out the risks that can occur in the school

4. Measure the potential of our risk and ability to deal with it.

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