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Youth Debate: “Smart Youth, Smart Preventing HIV”

In order to join the World AIDS Day event, December 1, 2018 under the theme: "We are committing to end AIDS by 2025", Samdechkittipritthbindit Bun Rany HunSen, President of Cambodian Red Cross and the National Champion of the Asia-Pacific Leadership Forum on HIV / AIDS and development in Cambodia (APLF), permitted her APLF team organizing a youth debate on a concept "Smart Youth, Smart Preventing HIV".  There were five student representatives from the National Institute of Business and five other student representatives from the Institute of Cambodian Technology in the debate.

This event was held on the 29th of November 2018, under the presidency of Lok Chhumteav Khuon Sudary, Vice-president of the Cambodian Red Cross. There were totally 200 people attending this event including other leaders of the Red Cross, Red Cross Youth, Red Cross Volunteers, professors, teachers and students from the above two universities.

The above filming program will be aired through the TVK and other local stations on the 1st of December 2018, after National and International news.

Cambodian Red Cross meets with Delegation of Japanese Red Cross

CRC: On the morning of October 30, 2018, Lok Chumteav Men NearySopheak, First Secretary General, took cordial reception with Japanese Red Cross delegation led by Hiroko ONISHI, Director of Disaster Management and Social Welfare Department who came to help  CRC's First aid instructors with financial and technical supports of Japanese Red Cross from 2008 to 2018, and this year is the last year of a 11-year period.


During the meeting, Lok Chumteav, Men NearySopheak conveyed the regards and thanks of Samdech Kittipritb Bun Rany Hun Sen, CRC President, to Japanese Red Cross for First Aid supports and kind attendtion in training the civil servants, armed forces, factory workers and community members.


Lct. Men NearySopheak also highlighted the progress of the Cambodian Red Cross in the 20 years under the leadership of Samdech Kittipritb Bun Rany Hun Sen which was really the contribution of Japanese Red Cross in the development of institutions linked to peace and development Of Cambodia.


Hiroko ONISHI expressed her excitement and enthusiasm that she was able to fulfill the mission in Cambodia, and gained valuable lesson-learns from each other, especially she felt so proud that Japan has contributed to the development of Cambodia.


At the same time, the Japanese Red Cross will continue to cooperate in other fields with the Cambodian Red Cross and hope that the diplomatic relations and the operation of the two peoples and the two countries will be more lasting.



Induction course on News Edition for CRC’s information officers

Cambodian Red Cross (CRC) conducted an induction course on News Edition at the NHQs for information officers from 25 branches in totally 40 participants on Friday, September 28, 2018.

Supplementary to the full-day course during the closing session, Lct. Men NearySopheak, acting Secretary General, pointed out and provided key tips on how to write articles and shoot pictures in a short and precise way that all the participants shall be committed to complying with more effectively to widely promote the CRC humanitarian activities.

Cambodian Red Cross conducts First Aid session in Kampong Speu Province

Celebrating the world First Aid day on 8th September 2018 under the theme " Prividing First Aid Services in the traffic accident". 
Every year, the Red Cross Red Crescent around the world has organized an event to demonstrate how to provide first aid on Saturday, of second week , to raise public awareness. CRC believes that first aid should be provided to everyone, including the most vulnerable. In fact, in 2017, the Cambodian Red Cross has trained 1,329 private sector employees, 516 staff and volunteers.
At the same time, CRC will organize First Aid session in Kampong Speu province on Sept. 8 and Siem Reap on September 14 to celebrate the World First Aid Day 2018.

Evaluation Guide to Ending Old-Age Health Project in Svay Rieng

On Wednesday, 5 September, 2018, the Team led by Lct. Mom Chanty, deputy director of Health Department, together with elderly aging project funded by International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent, conducted guideline on final evaluation of the Elderly Health project for 25 Red Cross Volunteers and village health agents of whom 8 participants from the 3 targeting villages including Svay Kuy Village, Teda Village and Baray Village in Meas Savat commune, Chantrea District. This guideline is aimed at building up the capacity of RCVs and village health agents to deliver the key messages on non-communicable diseases and health care-taking of the elderly in the community to improve their quality of life and to promote their dignity through NCD prevention and health care.
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