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Cambodia, Flooding in Stung Treng

18:03 Jul 25 2018 Siem Pang

Description
(Stung Treng): On the 25th of July, 2018, Health Minister Mam Bun Heng told the Fresh News Corps that additional assistance in the dumping of 4,000 mosquito nets and drug medications had been directed and distributed To flood victims in Stung Treng province already ready.

On the same day, the Volunteer Physical Moving Physicians of Stung Treng Provincial Health Department, led by Dr. Ung Soviet in collaboration with the Health Center of Siam, visited Thang Suu Supermarket, La Khe and Toum Krao, Koh Tonsay, A 150 mosquito nets (100 mosquito nets, 50 bed nets, measles and measles vaccines) will be provided. For 50 children,
17,000 chloramine medications, 208 health education and 123 treatments.

After receiving news of flooding from Laos flooded by Cambodians living in some parts of Stung Treng province, evacuation was raised this morning, Mr. Mam Bunheng said. Director of Provincial Department of Health urges distribution of mosquito nets and vaccination against other infectious diseases, especially malaria

The minister also called on all the people to safeguard their health by drinking clean water and preventing small children from playing water at all, as they may eventually be in danger.

Until this evening, floods flowing from the Se-Pian Se Nam Noi dam in Attapeu province in Laos have gradually reached the border with Cambodia and sank into some areas in Thmor Kae commune, Sekong Commune of Srok Pang District, Stung Treng Province. The drowning forces the authorities to target people to safety.
Additional Data
Country: Cambodia
Affected Area / Region: Stung Treng

Casualties

Affected Families: 5225
Affected Persons: 25600
Displaced Persons: 5619

Damages

Access to early warning: Yes

Credibility: UP DOWN 0

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