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Floods Humanitarian Response Forum (HRF) Final Report No. 07 (as of 07 December 2013)

Highlights

• Twenty provinces and 377,354 households, according to the National Committee for Disaster Management (NCDM), were affected by 2013 floods.

• The emergency response from national and local authorities, the Cambodian Red Cross (CRC), international and local humanitarian organisations addressed identified needs on water, sanitation and hygiene, shelter, food security, health, education and protection.

• Humanitarian partners mobilised USD 1.3 million for emergency response.

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Floods Humanitarian Response Forum (HRF) Situation Report No. 06 (as of 08 November 2013)

Highlights and key priorities

  • Waters are receding in most provinces, however in some areas more slowly than expected;

  • National and local authorities and the Cambodian Red Cross (CRC), as well as UN organizations, international and national NGOs continue assisting the affected population, particularly with food and non-food items (NFI) distributions, and in the areas of water, sanitation and hygiene, shelter, health, education and protection.

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Floods Humanitarian Response Forum (HRF) Situation Report No. 05 (as of 30 October 2013)

In the absence of a national appeal, it is difficult for humanitarian agencies to raise funds for the response. Internal resources are limited and will be exhausted quickly.

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Floods Humanitarian Response Forum (HRF) Situation Report No. 04 (as of 23 October 2013)

Highlights and key priorities

  • Twenty provinces have been affected by flooding and flash floods since the third week of September;

  • 168 confirmed deaths;

  • Some 377,354 households affected* and of those some 31,314 evacuated to safe areas;

  • Some 231,484 houses, 1,242 schools, 78 health centres and hospitals, and 533 pagodas flooded with roads, bridges and infrastructure damaged;

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Cambodia Humanitarian Response Forum (HRF) Situation Report No. 03 (as of 15 October 2013)

Preliminary findings from ongoing assessment indicate that most immediate needs of affected populations are food, water, sanitation and hygiene, shelter.