Green Relief Inc plots a stock market listing and global expansion.
A new US-funded programme seeks to strengthen food security in the country by developing the local aquaculture industry.
People in Pursat province earn a living through planting and fish farming. The forested mountains and fertile plains enable residents to grow vegetables organically and abundantly.
officials are to restore Boeng Samrong lake even if some villagers ignore the deadline.
Consumers can now track the journey of their fish meal to ensure it’s legal and ethical.
Prek Pnov authorities issue a ten-day deadline to remove illegal enclosures.
The Fisheries Administration calling on prahok and pha’ak producers to buy fish in designated areas along the Tonle Sap River.
The government has asked Japan to support the development of fish hatcheries in Cambodia to boost production and curb reliance on fish imports.
Nearly 500 species of fish in the Mekong river basin are recorded by MRC.
The Fisheries Administration urges prahok producers to buy the fish needed to concoct the savory fish paste.
Exports of fish and related products in Cambodia rose slightly during the first nine months of the year, according to the latest report from the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, though the sector suffered a small drop in revenue.
Government officials and experts with USAID hold a workshop to discuss the conservation of vulnerable fish species.
Authorities in O’raing Ov seize several kilometres of small-hole fishing nets.
A Singaporean investor is looking to build fish farms in the Kingdom that will be used to feed local an international demand.
A third of the world’s oceans are overfished and fish consumption is at an all-time high.
To celebrate the National Fish Day, ministry officials, members of the USAID and Young Eco Ambassadors held different activities to raise awareness.
National Fish Day is marked in Siem Reap, where over one million fish are released.
The government has vowed to boost crop, fish and meat production.
More than 12 tonnes of fish in Kampong Chhnang have died due to the hot weather.
A military officer dies while two are hospitalised after eating poisonous puffer fish.
Authorities in Takeo province’s Traing district close a prahok production facility over the use of prohibited chemicals.
A man is killed by a cargo train after he fell asleep on the tracks while waiting for water to be pumped out of a nearby pond.
A man dies and his family is recovering after eating poisonous pufferfish.
The Tonle Sap Lake is not only one of the biggest bodies of inland water in Asia, it’s also home to more than 10,000 people who live on its waters.
As the country enters its second fishing season, fish catches are widely expected to decline due to adverse weather conditions.