This case study discusses Cambodian Red Cross’ works with the authorities in Kratie province which is bordered by the Mekong River, to protect lives and livelihoods in a long-term engagement that has brought many benefits. Improvements in flood early warning, planning and response have resulted from a more holistic approach to disaster management, which are sustained through local capacity and leadership.
You might be interested in these resources:
- คู่มือสำหรับอาสาสมัครสภากาชาดไทย Handbook for Thai Red Cross Society’s Volunteers
- Case Study: Supporting the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to build community resilience in Member States