Families living in a commune flooded by the Lower Sesan II dam have set up a new village on their community forest without the permission of local authorities.
The last families refusing to relocate from near the Lower Sesan II dam accuse authorities of being unwilling to settle their case.
Floods inundate swathes of central and southern Vietnam in the wake of a typhoon that left at least 27 dead.
Military forces are deployed to help thousands of displaced people in Malaysia’s northern state of Penang as floodwater rise.
Several provinces are expected to have heavy rain in the wake of a tropical storm which has killed at least 27 people in Vietnam.
Visitors to the Water Festival, beginning today, can expect strong winds and temperatures of about 22 Celsius.
Families refusing to relocate from their homes near the Lower Sesan II dam say they will all leave if they can establish a new village.
More than 20 houses are damaged by rainstorms in Prey Veng province.
Families refusing to relocate are considering asking the authorities to establish a new village.
For the people in Stung Treng province’s Sesan district, the battle to stay on their traditional land has been a long one, and it’s far from over.
Villagers living near the O’Khai Don reservoir in Poipet town are warned to brace for floods as water continues to flow from Thailand.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency plans to continue working to clean drainage pipes to reduce flooding.
At least 70 people died and more than 100 people were injured due to natural disasters in the first nine months of this year.
Phnom Penh plans to create a new water pumping station to reduce city flooding in Sen Sok, Meanchey and Por Senchey.
Japan International Cooperation Agency begins drainage work on clogged systems.
More than 300 families are evacuated after their houses are inundated by floods.
Women in rural areas are at greater risk of harm during natural disasters such as floods, a government official has warned.
The Minister of Water Resources and Meteorology issues a new warning about heavy rain across the country.
Cambodia will receive about $35 million in aid from the Japanese government to fund the reconstruction of seven bridges.
Phnom Penh’s Public Works Department has explained recent widespread flooding.