This study is an assessment of the impact of flood damage on farmers, the agricultural Sector, and food security in Laos, specifically in Champhone District, Savannakhet Province, a central part of Lao PDR. This research analyzed the perception level of flood impacts on the farming community, evaluated the flood disaster management of food security in agriculture, and determined the contributed potential strategy in minimizing the negative impact of floods on the agriculture sector and the country’s food security. The study collected and analyzed the data from 110 respondents (farmers) from the Champhone district. Most of the respondents suffered individual losses from the flood damage. The respondents also took about two to five months to restore their farms after the floods destroyed their farmland.