Phnom Penh: Samdech Krala Hom Sar Kheng, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Ministry of Interior, urges the Ministry of Planning and Sub-National Administration to clearly list the names of poor families and migrants in order to receive cash from the program "Cash Support for the Poor" which the Royal The government recently announced the introduction of transparency.
During a high-level meeting between relevant institutions of the Royal Government and the United Nations in Cambodia on a joint program to support migrants returning in the wake of the Kovid-19 epidemic on Wednesday, July 15, 2020, Samdech Sar Kheng Mean He said that the sub-national administration must manage the security and order in society, especially the movement of migrants, as well as provide public services to respond in a timely manner and promote the people.
He added that the Ministry of Planning and Administration should make efforts to update the real poor, especially migrants returning from neighboring countries, to receive services from cash transfers to poor families and other economic protections. Of the Royal Government.
Taking that opportunity, Samdech Sar Kheng also requested the UN agency in Cambodia to coordinate with the UN agencies in the region to find a solution to control the cross-border flow of migrant workers between the sending country and the receiving country.
He added that relevant ministries and institutions and sub-national administrations must pay attention to the food security and nutrition programs of the people, and the United Nations agencies in Cambodia and other stakeholders must coordinate the mobilization of resources to address the impact. Kovid-19 and must continue to co-organize the management system for migrants who have returned to Cambodia.
Krala Hom also called on the sub-national administration to continue to strengthen the management of migrant workers returning to Cambodia, as well as to strengthen border management measures, and to cooperate with neighboring countries to investigate and crack down on brokers who bring illegal migrant workers. Also. By Eng Bou Chheng