Monthly Archives: March, 2012

The Killing Roads III

During the workshop on March 6, 2012 in Phnom Penh, the Minister of Public Works and Transports reported about increased traffic accidents in Cambodia. The figure is alarming as the table below shows us. Every day, more than five people died because of road accidents, more than number of people died of HIV/AIDS and landmines/UXO. …

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Road Maintenance Works in Tuol Kork District: Small Initiative, Big Impacts

Phnom Penh: Tuol Kork district (or Khan in Khmer) is one of the nine districts in Phnom Penh. It is located at the northern part of Phnom Penh and is divided to ten Sangkats (communes) and 143 groups. It is well known as home of large villas, served as residences, especially in its northern quarter. …

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Australia Awards Launch 2012

“Since 1994, Australia has funded 480 scholarships for Cambodian students to pursue postgraduate study in Australia. Study has covered a broad range of areas, including: health, agriculture and rural development, infrastructure and law and justice”, said H.E. Ms Penny Richards, Australian Ambassador, at the Australia Awards Launch. It was organized on 29 February, 2012, at …

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