Phnom Penh: HE Dr. Sam Ath Hon Minister of National Assembly-Senate Relations and Inspection and Chairman of the Royal Government's Task Force based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia Meetings for solutions to help poor people in Phnom Penh who faced food shortages during the spread of the HIV epidemic Phnom Penh Municipal Hall Thursday, May 28, 2020.
Addressing at the event, HE Madam Kiththit expressed his appreciation to Excellencies, Lok Chumteavs, Lok Chumteavs, Liaison Officers, and Councilors. Phnom Penh, the 14 District Governors who have done a good job of working on core and combat HIV Ago. Whereas today's meeting was in response to Directive No: 17 CNG of the Royal Government of Cambodia dated 25 May 2020 on monitoring, supporting and promoting identification of poor families during the epidemic 19.
She also requested:
1. All Chiefs of the Task Force shall be required to comply with Directive 17 of the Government as a morning meeting agenda. This, with the cooperation and cooperation with village, commune and commune authorities is to be completed by the end of May 2020 for rural and urban areas first. End of June 2020.
2. The work program plan must be submitted by the end of June 2020 to collect data for updating K1 and K2.
3. To monitor the cash flow provided to poor families and educate the public against the misery of local people.
According to Khuong Sreng, that in the context of the 19 poems that have been raging in 210 countries and territories worldwide, Cambodia Nor can the threat of the threat of Kov 19 be too great. Even so far, no Cambodians have been killed or foreigners living in Cambodia. But we have not yet been able to overcome the battle against the disease, which has made an impact on the economic and social sectors by Inevitably. For the fight against the spread of HIV / AIDS has been identified by the Royal Government of Cambodia as a national issue, so measures must be put in place. Issued by the National Commission under the Directive of Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo HUN SEN, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, with the Ministry of Health as the leading implementing body The sub-national administration is the co-operation of all measures laid down by the Royal Government. After all, for the administration of Phnom Penh, based on the measures of the Royal Government of Cambodia, the local authorities have cooperated in carrying out the measures in a highly responsible manner Implementation of immediate response recommendations, such as the denial of religious festivals, completely closes schools and educational institutions at all levels Phnom Penh Shows Off Public Concert, KTV Business, Club, Cinema, Bargain NagaWorld, Fun in tourism. Paying attention and timely action to opportunists and social poisoners who spread false information for the benefit of Or cause social unrest. Educated, disseminated and distributed health leaflets to local people, markets and communities with online promotions, billboards and billboards Many locations throughout Phnom Penh.
Additionally, on May 25, the Phnom Penh Municipal Administration issued guidance on continuing health education for the people and strengthening follow-up work. Implementation of a second wave of protection measures for HIV infection in Phnom Penh.
Concerning the situation of poor communities in Phnom Penh and the identification of poor families in Phnom Penh, Mr. Khuong Sreng said Since 2003, since Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen introduced serious measures to implement poverty reduction policies under the theme of Development 100 Community Plans per Year ”Through granting social land concessions and housing development, we identified 335 poor communities in the capital. 52 of 9 counties. But under the shade of a win-win policy: Prime Minister Samdech Hun Sen reduced the number of poor communities from 335 communities in 2003 Only 151 communities in 2020.
He added that as the goals, duties and support mechanism for the poor people for the meeting, we will jointly define the directions, duties and support mechanisms. Assist poor people through good cooperation between local authorities and national working groups in 14 provinces.
It should be highlighted that at the conclusion of the National Working Group meeting, Lok Chumteav Dr. Men Sam An handed over 140 tons of Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo To Phnom Penh Administration and to hand over to 14 Khans, each receiving 10 tons of rice to contribute to people's suffering Poor communities are facing food shortages.