Madam Bun Rany Hun Sen, President of the
Cambodian Red Cross
is a particular pride for the Cambodian Red Cross to have
this summary report printed for the first time since the
unification of the national society in 1994. This report has
reflected the performance and the commitment of the CRC in
implementing its mandate and mission to serve the interest
of the most vulnerable people.
The achievement, constraints and conclusion
pointed out in this valuable document demonstrates the
willingness of the national society to become a
well-functioning national society, the attachment of all
staff to their role and responsibility to our national and
Transparency in our overall management, in
particular financial, has helped us to ensure good image and
to entrust our donors as well as our beneficiaries.
Wit our volunteers and youth network
nationwide, CRC, while promoting the awareness of community
residents on the Red Cross Movement, the ideal and Principle
of the Movement, has helped them to release sufferings,
responded to their immediate needs and to build up capacity
in earning life. Red Cross Youth and Volunteers have been
trained and educated with humanitarian spirits and skills
for immediate response to emergency and disaster. They are
the implementing force of the CRC at the community level.
Without this network, CRC could not successfully implement
When we record our achievement, we always
attach it with high appreciation and gratitude to the care
and support extended to the CRC, morally, materially and
financially, by Their Majesties King Norodom Sihanouk and
Queen Norodom Monineath Sihanouk. Their devotion to
humanitarian activities has been encouraging our people,
especially the most vulnerable to strive hard for their life
and for the development of their communities.
The First publication of such document could
be hailed to commemorate the 45th Anniversary of the
Cambodian Red Cross. Since its foundation in 1955, despite
rocky road, windstorm en route to development. CRC has
restored its history and begin to march forward courageously
to become a well-functioning national society.