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06 Dec 2011 description

I. HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES

  • UN agencies in Cambodia continue implementation of activities funded through the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to food; water, sanitation and hygiene; agriculture; and shelter sectors.

  • Most flood waters have now receded in most of the 18 affected provinces.

  • The UN is preparing to transition from emergency response to early recovery mode, with UNDP preparing to lead the recovery phase from the UN side.

18 Nov 2011 description

I. HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES

UN agencies in Cambodia continue mobilisation of funds and activities allocated through the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to food; water, sanitation and hygiene; agriculture; and shelter sectors.

Flood waters are receding and families are returning home. Relief efforts are beginning to move on to early recovery.

04 Nov 2011 description

I. HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES

• With UN Central Emergency Response Funding approved last week, relevant UN agencies in Cambodia have begun mobilisation to allocate almost USD $4 million to food; water, sanitation and hygiene; agriculture; and shelter sectors.

02 Nov 2011 description

I. HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES

• The UN’s Central Emergency Response Fund application has been approved, totaling almost $4 million.

• The UN Disaster Management Team (UNDMT) continues to meet regularly with NCDM.

• Seven key sectors have been established: WASH, Food, Agriculture, Health, Education, Shelter and Child Protection. Reconstruction and Rehabilitation is an additional sector for longer-term response.

27 Oct 2011 description

(Cambodia, 27 October 2011): The United Nations (UN) announced at a meeting with the Prime Minister today that it will provide US$4 million in flood relief and rehabilitation efforts.

UN Resident Coordinator in Cambodia, Douglas Broderick, explained that the $4 million would be used to provide food assistance; shelter; water, sanitation and hygiene; agriculture; and education support to affected communities.

19 Oct 2011 description

I. HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES

• Latest data (from the National Committee for Disaster Management) at 18 October indicates:

o 18 out of 24 provinces in Cambodia have been affected with Kandal, Kampong Thom, Prey Veng and Kampong Cham the most badly-affected provinces

o 331,765 households (over 1.2 million people) have been affected and 46,403 households evacuated.

o There have been 247 fatalities and 20 injuries as a result of the floods.