EWS 1294 warns people in advance of natural hazards occurring in Cambodia. When an event such as flooding is detected or predicted, a voice recording is sent to the mobile phones of registered users in the areas at risk.
Users dial FREE CALL 1294 and follow the prompts to register province, district, and commune.
Like Tepmachcha, our solar powered, sonar-based water gauge, smart sensors are continuously recording meteorological information around the country.
The smart sensors send the acquired data across the internet via the Cambodian cellular mobile phone network.
The Provincial Centres for Disaster Management also monitor forecasts to detect natural disasters. If required, EWS 1294 sends warning messages via our Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Platform.
Registered users receive calls via their mobile phones and take appropriate action to protect themselves, their families and their livelihoods.