Phnom Penh: People Online (PIN), in partnership with the Danish Church Aid (DCA), announces the success of the Humansis program, which provides more cash. $ 13,000 to help more than 2,500 flood-affected families in four provinces.

A press release issued on December 8, 2020 by the two organizations said that after Cambodia suffered from floods Floods affecting more than 170,000 people in 14 provinces PIN in partnership with DCA launches Humansis software.

During the program, the project provided cash to 500 affected families through the Wing Automation System and another 2,000 families by Distribution of cards that can be exchanged for money through local authorities directly.

The unconditional humanitarian money transfer program was a 100 percent success in just eight days. In just four days after the intervention, 80% of the target families can easily get a budget from Wing. The app works by linking to target family data, i.e. need the phone number of the beneficiary to transfer the humanitarian funds Recently, the organization made a transfer through Wing.

Humansis was created to support emergency responders by providing more effective humanitarian assistance and using online storage to Ensure transparency and accuracy through the ability to track program information in real time. According to the announcement.

DCA Public Relations Officer Roberto Traina told the Post on December 10 that families who receive the package receive one. Families nearly $ 50, among flood victims in Battambang, Siem Reap, Pursat and Kampong Speu.

He said the cash offer is unique because Humansis has the ability to manage data while running the app and enable Partner organizations can know at the same time which target families did not withdraw money from Wing Agent and can facilitate each family to withdraw Money on time.

"Furthermore, this feature can increase transparency, accuracy and accountability by monitoring data simultaneously with Implementing programs that may be easier to ensure that all target families are supported by a humanitarian assistance project ? "And that includes verifying additional information to target families in addition to the existing grievance mechanism."

Sem Makara was one of 2,500 flood victims who received funding for the project. He said that receiving humanitarian aid from this project is helping to save his family and other victims who need money. Necessary.

Although the aid is not large, he said, it has helped rescue victims who need money to support themselves. Shortly during the floods. "I received this money to buy rice to solve the family's livelihood," he said.