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International Day of Disaster Risk Reduction

 

On October 27, 2016 Cambodian Red Cross has organized International Disaster Risk Reduction Day in Beoung Chok Village, Anlong Vil Commune, Pursat Province under global theme Live to Tell: Raising Awareness, Reducing Mortality and its impacts to 435 audiences (Female 270) including the preventative of IFRC, ICRC, related provincial departments, sub branch, local authorities, Red Cross Volunteers, Red Cross Youth, School Teachers, School Students, and community people.  The Event is presided by H.E Nhim Vanda Senior Minister in charge of Special Mission and Permanent Vice President at National Committee for Disaster Management (NCDM). Moreover, the event was processing with the highlight of disaster facts in Pursat as well as the Climate Change impact, the question-answer contest following with prize and recommendations for risk preparedness, response and capacity development at institutional level as same as at household level.

The International Day of Disaster Risk Reduction Celebration is funded by International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRC).

objective:

Contribute to activate early warning and early action through the promotion of awareness on disaster, health and climatic risk through the Red Cross network from National to local level.

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Consultation Meeting on the one year Capacity Building of Branch Progress

Consultation meeting on the one year Capacity Building of Branch Progress  2015-2016 held on 1st  September  2016 at Koh Kong branch with funding support by Finish Red Cross. There were 34 participants came from board members, branch staff, Red Cross Youth and Volunteer to attend the meeting.

The meeting mainly focusing on strength, gaps  among 28 indicators of Branch Capacity and also review and agree some activities to be done of Branch staff including Youth and Volunteers  in providing humanitarian services to the victims and vulnerable people . 

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Consultation meeting on the 2 year Capacity Building of Branh Progress

Consultation meeting on the 2 year Capacity Building of Branh Progress  2014-2016 held on 26 August 20016 at Kampong Chhnang branch with funding support by Finish Red Cross.

The meeting mainly focussing on strength , gaps  among 28 indicators of Branh Capacity and also review and agree some activities to be done of Branch staff including Youth and Volunters. 24 participants  came from board members, branch staff, Red Cross Youth and Volunteer.

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Cambodian Red Cross donate Kathabopha Hospital Foundation

On 20 August 2016, Madam Pum Chantinie, Secretary General of the Cambodian Red Cross, high representative of Samdech Kittiprithbindit Bun Rany HUNSEN, President of the Cambodian Red Cross attended in Charity 2016 "Rendez-Vous Night" to support Kathabopha hospital foundation at that occasion the Cambodian Red Cross donated 10 million riels (2,500USD) to the Foundation.

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14 vulnerable people receive micro-loan from Cambodian Red Cross Loeuk Dek sub-branch

Cambodian Red Cross Loeuk Dek sub-branch, on 26 July 2016, provide micro loan of World Mate Project through Cambodian Red Cross to  14 vulnerable people  from Prek Toch and Prek Dach villages, Prek Dach commune in Loeuk Dek district, Kandal Province aimed at increasing their better ​living standard.

 

It is worth 1,000,000 Riels (250 US$) per family can loan. Each family have to pay back 100,000 Riel per month to Cambodian Red Cross for 10 months without interest.

 

We would like to inform you that the Micro loan of World Mate Project provide loan to the vulnerable people without discrimination, political or religion.

 

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On 21 June 2017, an ICRC cooperation delegate from Bangkok , Mr Aekarad Rakwanat visited  safer Rural Community program at Preah Vihear and Udor Meanchey province. The purpose of the visit is to follow up   the activities of the program including mine awareness dissemination, micro loan and restoring family links.  

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CRC Prey Veng Branch: On the morning of February 06, 2017, H.E Sok Pheng, Permanent Vice President of the Branch Committee Chaired  the Training of trainers  course on Emergency water , sanitation and Hygiene for 3 days starting from 06 to 08 February 2017 under the auspices technical assistance from the headquarters of the Red Cross and the International Federation.

 

28 Participants attended came from the National Headquarters ,  Swiss Red Cross,  Cambodian Red Cross branch of Prey Veng and Svay Rieng  and Sub branches of  d Sithor, Por Rieng district.

 

The purpose of the course will contributed to improve the people health in the community through strengthening staff and volunteers capacity in order to timely respond in the time of disasters and prepare to provide clean water, sanitation services in emergency. 

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Cambodian Red Cross Phnom Penh Branch: On the morning of Saturday, February 4th , 2017, as well as every previous Saturday morning, 320 Red Cross youth of Phnom Penh branch including advisers delegated by executive branch disseminated Safety of Traffic at 20 targeting spots in Phnom Penh.

 

The purpose of this dissemination is aimed at exhorting the drivers to obey the traffic law, traffic lights, badges, marks and driving with good manners, morality, and mutual understanding in order to avoid eventual accidents; especially to contribute in making the traffic in Phnom Penh as well as in the whole country become safe. 

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Cambodian Red Cross Siem Reap Branch: On the morning of January 31, 2017, Mr.Sum Sam On, branch director, attended dissemination on International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and parts of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) course which taken place at the Provincial Teacher Training College with a total of 214 sophomores of 34th Batch participated.

 

Speaking at the event, Mr. Sum Sam On expressed that the dissemination is aimed at providing further understandings about the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and part of IHL to the students who will become teachers and fulfill their duties in the community. Also, he requested the participating students to continuously promote what they have gained from the course to their community.

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