Cambodia is trailing its neighbours in encouraging alternative power sources to reduce the strain on its environment. In the final part of a special series looking at energy provision along the Mekong, Jack Board looks at how the solar industry could be set for a timely expansion.
Cambodia will aim to entice more Muslim tourists to the country by formalising halal certifications for restaurants and food producers.
As construction of Cambodia’s massive hydropower dam project, the Lower Sesan 2, continues to intensify, some local communities are making a final stand against relocation.
In August, 2014, Nuon Chea and former President Khieu Samphan of the 1970s Khmer Rouge regime were sentenced to life in jail by the same tribunal.
There are only a handful of endangered Irrawaddy dolphins left in a section of the Mekong River alongside the site of one of the region’s most fiercely contested hydropower dam project, which is surging ahead despite the opposition.
Kem Monovithya has had enough of the hateful language, the smear campaigns and the constant undermining that have shadowed Cambodian politics for years.
Politikoffee, a combination of coffee and politics, is Cambodia’s most vibrant community for young people to debate the country’s most pressing and controversial issues.
Cambodia does not have a single qualified speech therapist, despite a pressing need to treat symptoms that affect more than half a million people in the country.
Cambodia’s long-serving prime minister, Hun Sen, is set to have his salary nearly tripled next year, as the government introduces budgetary measures to improve the income of civil servants.
Every day and night in Phnom Penh, children, their parents and the elderly roam the streets in search of discarded waste that can be recycled and earn them much-needed money.