Cambodia

11 مارس 2013

Cambodia: promoting preparedness in communities where floods are inevitable

By Kate Roux, IFRC and Josselin Leon, French Red Cross The Mekong River Basin lies at the heart of Southeast Asia, and serves as a vital resource to over 70 million people in the region. But in 2011, heavy rains in Cambodia caused the river to overflow to dangerous levels, affecting 18 of the country’s 24 provinces, and leaving 1.2...
Flood survivor reunited with family in Cambodia’s Kompong Thom province
26 أكتوبر 2011

Flood survivor reunited with family in Cambodia’s Kompong Thom province

More than 1.2 million people have been hit by flooding that has affected 17 of Cambodia’s 24 provinces since August. Kompong Thom is one of the provinces that has suffered the most.
Response continues as flood waters ravage Cambodia
18 أكتوبر 2011

Response continues as flood waters ravage Cambodia

The Cambodian Red Cross is appealing to donors to support the emergency response as flood waters continue to ravage many provinces in the country.
Cambodian Red Cross responds to the needs of thousands flooded out of their homes
14 أكتوبر 2011

Cambodian Red Cross responds to the needs of thousands flooded out of their homes

Severe flooding in Cambodia has damaged infrastructure, property, rice paddies, crops and livelihoods, and caused deaths across the country.
Cambodian Red Cross president champions mother and child health
4 مارس 2011

Cambodian Red Cross president champions mother and child health

The president of Cambodian Red Cross has been recognised as a national champion for mother and child health at a major ceremony in Phnom Penh.
28 نوفمبر 2010

Mekong floods: Red Cross assists 100,000 flood victims in Cambodia

24 نوفمبر 2010

Hundreds die in Cambodian stampede

What is normally the highlight of the year, the beautiful Water Festival in Cambodia, ended in tragedy Monday night, when hundreds of people were crushed to death or suffocated on an overcrowed bridge in the capital Phnom Penh.
Cambodia turns a corner on trafficking
26 يونيو 2008

Cambodia turns a corner on trafficking

The Cambodian Red Cross is determined to intensify its advocacy against human trafficking and sexual exploitation as well as its own programme response, according to Men Neary Sopheak, CRC deputy secretary general.
Cambodia landmine survivors featured in photo exhibition
15 أبريل 2008

Cambodia landmine survivors featured in photo exhibition

Around six million landmines were laid in Cambodia from 1978 until the end of 1989, mostly along the Thai border.
Cambodia: more deaths on the roads than in minefields
20 سبتمبر 2007

Cambodia: more deaths on the roads than in minefields

In Cambodia, more people are killed by not wearing crash helmets than by unexploded remnants of war.
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