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Best practices and lessons learnt, flood response 2020 Cambodia

In response to the devastating floods and heavy rainfall experienced in Cambodia in late September 2020, caused by tropical storms Nangka and Saudel, Save the Children, funded by ECHO, Save the Children Korea (SCK) and the organisation’s Children’s Emergency Seed Fund (CSF) implemented a multi-sectoral project in in Thmar Kaul and Moung Reussei districts of the worst-hit province of Battambang in partnership with World Vision (WV), Hagar International and Komar Rikreay Association. The purpose of this assessment is to identify and document best practices and lessons learnt for the emergency response to flood-affected households in Battambang province, Cambodia. Importantly, this documentation study aims to identify the effectiveness of the emergency response strategies and lessons learnt to improve future emergency responses.
Author: Save the Children International
Language: English
Pubished By: Save the Children International
Pubished date: 2021

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