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Caritas Cambodia is an official social development arm of the Catholic Church in Cambodia. It has been built on the values of Love, Concern, Justice, Peace Unity, Sharing and brotherhood. It draws inspiration from the Gospel and aims at integral development of people irrespective of race and creed. Hence the objectives of Caritas Cambodia specifically include the following.

To promote and strengthen activities that are aimed at the integral development of communities particularly to help in Sustainable Agriculture, empowerment program, economic program, Welfare program,
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To provide knowledge concerning First Aids with the right techniques to its staffs and volunteers, Caritas Cambodia organized a training under the theme “Community Based First Aid Training” on March 12-14, 2012 at Kandal-program office.

22 participants (12 females), from 10 villages of Lvea district and and Khan Dangkor, had been invited to join the training. Trainees learned a lot from the training especially, they got actively involved in discussing, sharing ideas, asking and answering the questions

Nhem Sarran, head of Lvea Em District Agriculture office said he learnt a lot on how to save people when they got injured such as unconsciousness, poison, shock, and bone breaking . “If there were any people got injured, I at lease could help to release their condition and could send them to the hospital properly,” he added.

“I’m really happy and appreciate that Caritas organize such a good training. It is very important to know about first aid as I could help people when they have any problems and we can’t send them to the hospital immediately,” said Hok Nak, VDA-MC of Caritas Cambodia from Lva Em district. Hok Nak added she is willing to share what she learned to the people in her community.

Similarly, Thoeun Leakhena, 23, assistant trainer of CBDP of Caritas Cambodia said “I learned a lot from the training. Before joining the training I didn’t realize that first aid is really important. If we know about first aid is like having a doctor in our family.”

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At the end of the training, participants were taking a quiz to test their understanding. 10 of all participants got good score. According to the observation of the trainer, the participants were very active and interested in learning about first aid.

Caritas also provided 14 First Aid Kits to the group from 9 villages to use in their communities.


“They seemed to know nothing about first aid; however, their understanding tend to increase up to 70 or 80% just after the three-day training,” said Mrs. Ngin Chansophea, Instructor of First Aid of Cambodia Red Cross.The training ended with a very good result; however, most of the trainee requested Caritas Cambodia to organize such a training again to learn more and use their knowledge more effectively.

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