The Kingdom’s banking and finance institutions (BFIs) are extending a helping hand in difficult times.
City Hall issues an urgent announcement closing NR 2 in Dangkor due to landslides.
The National Committee for Disaster Management (NCDM) has reported that the ongoing flash floods have so far killed 39 people, of them 22 in Banteay Meanchey province.
More rain, from moderate to heavy, is expected to come across Cambodia for some more days, therefore the country will face continued flash floods.
Torrential rain has caused flooding in Pursat affecting at least 1,635 families and crops.
The Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology (MOWRAM) has appealed to people to keep their vigilance of possible phenomena such as thunder, lightning, gusts, and flooding as rain would continue to fall across the country.
Officials are to meet today to discuss flooding solutions for National Road 4.
Phnom Penh governor orders to prevent any encroachment on drainage systems.
Officials begin to restore five 25km-long canals in Sihanoukville to curb flooding.
Water Resources Ministry warns that 11 provinces risk flooding from heavy rainfall.
Flooding since early this month have caused the deaths of 11 people and injured two others in four of five affected provinces.
Reservoirs across the country have played a major role in facilitating the government’s effort in fighting against flood this major flood season, helping store over 80 billion cubic meters of water that would have endangered areas in their downstream, said a senior water resources official.
Flooding in Preah Sihanouk province over the past few days has killed three people.
The National Committee for Disaster Management today said floods in the Kingdom over the past week affected about 8,000 families, killing four and impacted more than 5,000 hectares of rice paddy.
Nearly 2,000 families are evacuated due to flooding triggered by heavy rain. Seven provinces are currently affected.
Authorities close the traffic on a flooded section of National Road 3 in Preah Sihanouk.
Severe flooding has killed a girl in Rattanakiri province.
Severe flooding has killed at least 61 people, displaced nearly 800,000 and inundated thousands of homes across a third of Bangladesh, government officials said on Tuesday, after two weeks of heavy monsoon rains.
China will continue to share hydrological data with the Mekong River Commission.
Some streets to be blocked for bigger sewage drainage systems: Governor.
A thunderstorm destroys six houses and caused flooding in 50 more in Chheb district.
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At least 22 people have died and a number are missing under flash flooding.
Authorities in Banteay Meanchey province said that recent rainfall has caused flooding along National Road 58 in Svay Chek district.
China has pledged $1 million worth of jasmine rice to Cambodia to help aid flood victims, according to Prime Minister Hun Sen.
The Health Ministry issued safety guidelines for people suffering from floods in order to avoid getting sick.
A bridge collapses in Stung Treng
The National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) and the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) released a joint statement asking banks and microfinance institutions to find ways to help farmers in the flooded areas of the Kingdom.
Water Resources Ministry says that flooding of the Mekong, Sekong and Sesan rivers was caused by tropical storm Bebinca.
Nearly 60,000 are still in Philippines’ evacuation centres after severe flooding.