The Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) on January 29 concluded its two-day extraordinary congress, setting the party’s priority goals for 2023-2028.
A team of volunteer healthcare specialists from the US will provide treatment for general diseases, dental and eye surgery and provide free eyeglasses to the population of Banteay Meanchey province’s Mongkol Borei district for seven days, from January 30 to February 5.
Demining operators from the Mine-Free Cambodia 2025 Foundation are preparing to carry out operations in Kampong Thom, Preah Vihear, Pursat and Pailin provinces after plans have been signed off by the national-level authorities.
LY THUCH, first vice-president of the Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA), encouraged state institutions and businesses to recruit suitably-qualified people with mine-related disabilities, saying they are part of contribution to national development.
Following a “successful” two-day outreach programme in Kep province, the Consumer Protection, Competition and Fraud Repression Directorate-General (CCF), in cooperation with Germany’s international development agency GIZ, is planning five more workshops to disseminate relevant laws and regulations.
Youth Ambassadors of Women Entrepreneurs Act (WE Act) held the “WE Light Up Talk” youth forum on January 28 to raise awareness and gave young members of the disabled, LGBT and indigenous communities the opportunity to demonstrate le
To help address acute malnutrition in Cambodia, Helen Keller International, supported by the Ministry of Health, has launched a project to treat and care for children with moderate to severe malnutrition in three target provinces.
The Ministry of Interior has granted permission to the Cambodian Independent Teachers Association (CITA) to hold a procession to promote social morality.
The demolition of three 1930s dormitories at the Wat Ounalom compound and the partial demolition of an ancient stupa in Wat Botum Vatey Rajavararam caused controversy in recent months, but several monks are now claiming that they are experiencing delays in carrying out conservation and restoration
Employment in South Korea remains a popular choice for Cambodian workers, most of whom work there for between four and five years.