The end of tenure of Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia, Horinouchi Hidehisa, offered some fond and emotional memories for bilateral ties as well as common Cambodian people.
The Japanese government agrees to provide funds to provincial health departments.
The government of Japan has provided over $275,000 to two provinces for road improvement projects and the construction of preschool facilities.
Japan provides over $900k for children’s surgical systems and ordnance clearing.
Labour Minister says Japan has agreed to allow Cambodians to be employed as full-time workers instead of as interns.
It was a day for Japanese in Cambodia to say “akemashite-omedetou-gozaimasu” or “Happy New Year” to each other.
Japan to provide $2 million to Cambodia to end all forms of violence against children.
The Japanese government has granted its two NGOs in Cambodia $692,522 to fulfil their projects, and guarantee food and nutrition security for participants.
With the apparent rise in number of Cambodians travelling to Japan for tourism, the Embassy of Japan and the Japan National Tourism Organisation organised the Japan Travel Fair at Aeon Mall Sen Sok City on November 11 and 12.
The Japanese government provides grant assistance worth nearly $350,000 to support IT education for disabled Cambodians.
Japan will provide $168 million in development aid to Cambodia in 2018.
Japan pledges to provide more than $400,000 in grant assistance to support school building in three provinces.
The Japanese government grants $3.2 million through the World Food Programme.
Japan is granting more than $120,000 to its Japanese-non-profit organisation to implement a primary healthcare system project.