Senior officials from the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts are currently preparing documents to apply for krama – a versatile traditional scarf, or garment – as well as Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, to the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage and World Heritage Lists.
UN agencies and civil society organisations have called for increased public education about the importance of breastfeeding, in a bid to dispel myths and misconceptions and provide mothers with accurate information on how to breastfeed their babies.
The families who have resided in a graveyard in Chbar Ampov district, Phnom Penh, since 1990 have witnessed significant changes.
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport has advised all driving schools to strengthen the efficiency and quality of teaching after it found irregularities related to the conduct of the schools.
As Cambodia prepares for the 15-day Kan Ben festival, scheduled from September 30 to October 14, the Ministry of Health has issued guidelines to ensure public well-being.
The Ponhea Leu district administration in Kandal province is examining the effects of a public park project in response to protests from residents who received notices to dismantle their homes.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts is conducting a four-day training course aiming to enhance the teaching proficiency of over 100 educators at the Secondary School of Fine Arts (SSFA).
Prime Minister Hun Manet has expressed his hopes that the Conference of Global Public Security Forum will mobilise comprehensive measures for common security challenges, in order to serve the common cause of providing security, development and prosperity for all nations.
Prime Minister Hun Manet has encouraged people to have more children, as according to the Ministry of Planning, Cambodia is projected to have an aging population by 2050.
The Ministry of Interior has granted the Candlelight Party’s (CP) request for a meeting with its representative to discuss their party’s registration.