Information Ministry addresses NGOs’ concerns regarding press freedom in Cambodia.
CHRC accuses some NGOs which evaluate the human rights situation in the Kingdom of practicing injustice.
Ministry calls on NGOs to “absolutely” avoid activities that engage money laundering.
Khmer Times interviews some NGOs supporting destitute children and their families.
Legal action to be taken against NGO workers who conduct illegal activities.
The government is unwilling to have the LAMGO amended: Official.
An agreement to run social welfare programmes for three years.
The Agriculture Ministry and two NGOs release 20 critically endangered royal turtles.
Interior Ministry submits a report on the state of NGOs to the Foreign Affairs Ministry.
Interior Ministry to review draft amendments to the Law on Associations and Non-Governmental Organisations.
World Vision Cambodia is to implement the second phase of a public delivery project.
World Vision Cambodia, in cooperation with the Wathnakpheap Organisation, signs MoU with 11 partner NGOs.
In recent years, several UN agencies and NGOs have moved away from a narrow anti-trafficking focus to a broader focus on migration governance. It is within this context that ‘safe migration’ has become a popular approach for migration assistance provision.
Armed forces in Koh Kong province have fired into the air to disperse hundreds of villagers.
A gov’t-NGO collaboration to reduce child malnutrition in the Kingdom by 2023.
Representatives from government and NGOs discuss new five-year national strategy.
Environment Ministry appeals to to public to support local industry in order to lift impoverished families out of poverty.
Environment Ministry calls for public to support forest industry and lift impoverished families out of poverty.
The Social Affairs Ministry has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with eight non-government organizations(NGOs) to allocate nearly $7 million over the next three years to help orphans, young crime victims, and vulnerable children throughout the country.
A draft national strategy to further protect children and promote their rights from this year to 2023.
Representatives of 10 civil society groups meet the UN Special Rapporteur.
The WorldBridge Group and US NGO SHE-CAN sign a memorandum of understanding to develop Cambodia’s human capital by investing in education, training, and promotion of female leaders.
Phnom Penh Governor appeals to all local authorities to cooperate with civil society.
Khoung Sreng appeals to local authorities to cooperate with NGOs if they are carrying out legal activities.
City Hall to hold a consultative forum with NGOs tomorrow.
In recent weeks, Khmer Times has published several opinion and editorial pieces on Cambodia’s present-day international relations challenges. Those authors were passionate in crying foul over the possible withdrawal of Cambodia’s Everything But Arms preferential treatment.
NGOs appeal for haste in the passing of the Law on Access to Information.
All hail the Kimsan ‘twins’ – Kimsan Sok and Kimsan Pol – two gals from poorer parts of the Kingdom who determinably disprove the notion that while women are good cooks at homes, the men make the best professional chefs.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry holds its first consultative meeting with numerous foreign non-governmental organisations.
NGOs are concerned that women still suffer the most from gender inequality.