FIDR is a non-governmental organization working to support children in developing countries and people affected by disasters.

[Cambodia] Massive Floods 2011

Outline of Disaster

Disaster Type Flood
Date September-November, 2011
Location Provinces of Kampong Thom, Kampong Chhnang, Kampong Cham, Kandal, Prey Veng, and Phnom Penh city, Cambodia
Loss and Damage Death : 250 Evacuees : 90,000 families
Flooded house : 400,000

Our Response


Period

October 2011 - March 2012

Location

Rolea Pa-ir,Boribo, and Chul Kiri Districts in Kampong Chhnang province, and Kandal province.

Beneficiaries

Victims (7,548 households) in three districts in Kampong Chhnang province and approx. 550 elementary school pupils in Kampong Chhnang and Kandal Provinces

Activity Summary

We provided with food and other items for victims in mainly Kampoing Chhnang province, where our program was ongoing, to overcome their evacuating lives. We also supported the recovery of peoplefs lives by proving crop seeds and repairing damaged elementary schools.

Main Activities

Provision of food and water purifying tablets
E Rice 111.65 ton, Canned fish 44,650 cans,Instant noodle 223,300 packs,water purifying tablet 25,380 tablets
Provision of vegetable seed
E Morning glory 6.2ton, amarance 3.8 tonAsix species of vegetables (white cabbage, radish, etc.) 36,984 cans
Repairing elementary school (2 schools in Kandal province , 1 school in Kampong Chhnang provincej
E Repairing of structure, wall painting and toilet installation