Cambodia’s progress has not been portrayed fairly by some media, argues Suos Yara. These media outlets, he writes, are just parroting opposition views and kowtowing to the NGOs, and help to perpetuate a situation of doom and gloom.
A local election watchdog issues a statement denying that it intended to destroy the upcoming national election on July 29.
Officials discuss the issue of road expansion by a private gold mining company.
Currently Cambodia is preparing for its general elections due to be held on July 29. It appears that some opposition groups and certain NGOs are working hand-in-glove with the now defunct CNRP to disrupt this election.
International NGOs declare support to Cambodian communities against a sugar giant.
Enrollment of the fourth Cambodia ICT Awards opens, Application will close on May 21.
Is Cambodia going to hell? Are we plagued by communal violence as currently witnessed in Myanmar and Sri Lanka? Are Cambodians being threatened by starvation, as in South Sudan?
The Ministry of Environment will soon collaborate with some NGOs to host a Bird Photos Fair for the first time at Wat Phnom.
Local authorities have been urged to crack down on fundraising in public places.
Some NGOs and youth groups urge the government and relevant ministries to prevent alcohol advertisements.
NEC says that 3 parties standing for Senate election have done very little campaigning.
Unions and NGOs call for an end to the prosecution of Moeun Tola.
British Prime Minister Theresa May describes the behaviour of some Oxfam staff in Haiti as “horrific”.
NGOs and foreigners have been warned that they could face fines or expulsion from the country for causing confusion.
Amidst the chaos we see everywhere, it’s heartening to know that some people go out of their way to serve others. They are those who spend their time and energy making other people’s lives better.
The total number of land disputes and protests fell in 2017, while NGOs claime activists are afraid of arrests.
A group of NGOs has raised concerns over the conditions for construction workers in Qatar.
The CCOSC programme launched in 2014, is a nationwide programme covering all 25 provinces in Cambodia.
The legal dissolution of the CNRP, is a reflection of the European parliament’s indifference toward local political conditions in Cambodia.
Himawari Hotel Apartments organised their third annual Christmas Fair with local organisations and NGOs.
NGOs ask the government to help small-scale farmers at the 7th National Farmer Forum held at Chenla Theatre in Phnom Penh.
NGOs are Maryknoll Cambodia, Community Service, Kdei Meta and EVA Social Service.
Preventing spoiled ballots and improving complaint resolution were top of the agenda when the NEC met to discuss improving polls.
The Interior Ministry has issued a warning to all NGOs to comply with a recently passed law on financial reports.