A statement highlights the achievements of the cash programme for pregnant women.
This week is by far the most exciting week in my life. My wife will be giving birth to our long-awaited baby girl, who in the past 9 months has been the centre of our life and of course, my column you are reading.
Health Ministry calls on pregnant women to protect themselves from COVID-19.
Studies have proven pregnant women are more susceptible to colds, the flu, food poisoning and urinary infections.
For pregnant women amid Covid-19, their worries have stretched beyond themselves.
TWO weeks ago, my five-month pregnant wife, a tax accountant, came home with a long face and red eyes and declared that her company had gone bankrupt. And guess what? I was happy.
I HAVE stellar announcement to make this week, albeit sheepishly. I just found out late last week from ultrasound scanning that I am going to have a daughter! I would like to thank my friends and relatives for their sincere congratulations.
The best part of my job is that I get to visit remote villages in many states. So often, I get a sense of déjà vu on these journeys, when I see frail pregnant women and new mothers, and malnourished children with listless eyes.
IT has been almost one month since I found out that my wife is pregnant. Earlier this week, I brought her to the obstetrics clinic for a check-up. Apart from the happy result that showed both my wife and the foetus were healthy, I picked up something very important.
Municipal police arrest a Chinese suspected of murdering his pregnant lover.
Military police is hunting a suspect over the murder of a pregnant woman.
18,725 pregnant women from poor families have received financial support.
PM says that 18,725 pregnant women from poor families have received financial support from government health care scheme.
43 pregnant women, charged in connection with surrogacy, are released on bail.
Forty-three pregnant women, charged in connection with two surrogacy businesses in Phnom Penh last year, have been released on bail, a senior official said today.
A new funding programme to manage money to impoverished women.
All impoverished pregnant women will recieve $190.
The gov’t spent over $6 million on about 65,000 pregnant garment workers last year.
Plan to bail for 32 pregnant women who were charged with human trafficking.
Two women safely delivered their babies on the roadside while making their way to hospitals in Kampong Thom and Battambang.
PM says the government has spent millions on over 40,000 pregnant workers this year.
Labour dep denies allegations of You Li International sacking a pregnant worker.
The secluded nature of Kampong Damrey village in Kratie province bears heavily on its women, especially when they are pregnant.
Phnom Penh Court sentences a construction worker to two years jail for manslaughter.
Nearly 300 workers, including 11 pregnant women, faint after a short circuit at a footwear factory in Choeung Prey district.
PM rejects claims that the government will stop providing social protection for garment workers.
Five suspects arrested during a raid on an illegal surrogacy business are charged under the anti-human trafficking law.
Thirty pregnant Cambodian women who are carrying babies on behalf of Chinese clients have been discovered.
Pregnant women from poor families are to get cash help under a scheme announced yesterday by Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Mercy, Francesca, Newman, Diabam and Sophia were the names their mothers chose. What they had no control over was where their babies were born.