Japan is set to provide $754,321 to support physical education and cashew nut growers under The Grant Assistance for Japanese NGO Projects.
Japan has turned to online promotions to maintain bilateral trade momentum with Cambodia as commerce exchanges slumped due to measures to combat the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Japanese Business Association of Cambodia (JBAC) was established in 1992 with the primary aim of promoting Japanese companies in Cambodia, and developing economic activities between the two nations.
From building infrastructure such as bridges and irrigation systems, to providing assistance on environmental issues and taking a lead in demining and training, Japan has played a key role in the Kingdom’s recent development.
As well as its vital demining activities, the Japan Mine Action Service (JMAS) in Cambodia is now providing farmers with improved farming techniques and building systems to supply water.
French microbiologist Louis Pasteur created the world’s first rabies vaccine in 1885, and it is fitting that, 135 years later, the institute that bears his name is leading the Kingdom’s efforts in fighting the disease.
The Singapore Medical Centre (SGMC) Cambodia has combined its advanced facilities and skilled doctors to offer Singapore-standard medical treatment for patients in the Kingdom.
Among the many facilities at the Institut Pasteur du Cambodge contributing to diagnosis, research and the prevention of infectious diseases, the Laboratoire de Biologie Medicale (LBM) – Medical Laboratory – has been at the forefront of medical biology in Cambodia since its creation in 1995.
Named in honour of 19th century French scientist Louis Pasteur – the “father of microbiology” – the Institut Pasteur is a French non-profit private foundation dedicated to the study of biology, micro-organisms, diseases and vaccines.
The days of Cambodians having to make costly trips abroad to seek specialised medical treatment may soon be coming to an end.