National Flood Forecasting Center (NFFC)

The Royal Government of Cambodia has a mandate to provide flood and drought information for the well being of its citizens through the Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology. To fulfil this mandate the Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology, with financial support from the Asian Development Bank under the Greater Mekong Sub-Region Flood and Drought Risk Management and Mitigation Project (GMS-FDRMMP), has strengthened the National Flood Forecasting Centre (NFFC) under the Department of Hydrology and River Works.

The results of this initiative include better forecasts of floods and droughts with the objective of reducing the negative effects that these natural disasters cause, and the enhancement of Cambodia’s contribution to regional data, information, and knowledge for the improved management of risks associated with floods and droughts.

The improved dissemination of information on current hydrological conditions and forecasts is provided through this ‘mowran-nffc.org’ web portal. The web portal provides access to current information on hydrological conditions for the Mekong mainstream and the Pursat tributary basin to Tonle Sap Lake. Forecasts and the results of models used to predict the extent of flooding and droughts are presented.

Disclaimer

This information is supplied as a service to the Department of Hydrology and River Works of the Ministry Water Resources and Meteorology so that it may be used as information within national early warning systems.

While we make every effort to ensure accuracy, the NFFC is not responsible for any damage or loss resulting from use of the information presented on this website. The products contained herein form only part of the many possible information which trained specialists should consult in analysing and predicting the hydro-meteorological environment, and the natural events that may occur.

Links to other information systems providing flood and weather-related information are operated by other organisations. These links are offered for convenience and information purposes. The NFFC bears no responsibility for information they may carry. Their inclusion here does not constitute an endorsement or an approval of any the products, services, or opinion by the NFFC.

Additional information may be obtained by contacting the Department of Hydrology and River Works at