Tourism Ministry to celebrate World Tourism Day on October 3 in Siem Reap.
The COVID-19 pandemic has not hampered the tourism sector and rural development in Cambodia.
Prime Minister Hun Sen is encouraging the development of rural tourism.
ADB approves +$29 million in loans to help the gov’t improve public service delivery.
Ministry, in cooperation with partner organisations, is to distribute e-Learning materials worth around $10,000 to remote areas.
Rural Development Ministry to help preventing heavy vehicles from using rural roads.
A $125 million rural development project aims to boost livelihood of 200,000 families.
With 2020 now upon us, China is on track to achieve a key goal in its 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-20): to end extreme rural poverty.
ESB continues the work to help prevent soap from turning up in rubbish piles.
China is poised to tackle tough tasks in rural development in the coming year.
Germany disburses $33 million in loans and $2 million in grants to Cambodia.
Two agreements to disburse $89 million to improve rural water supply.
PM requests the World Bank to help build roads in rural areas in the Kingdom.
In an age of constant technological change, Cambodia’s rural students face several challenges in preparing themselves for an increasingly competitive global labor market.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has instructed the Health Ministry to deploy doctors to rural areas in the Kingdom in order to promote and expand medical services.
Bhadri Sarki used to walk for more than an hour to fetch enough water to irrigate just one apple tree.
The Rural Development Ministry last year paved more than 40,000 kilometres of roads.
Fiji has recorded 69 cases of leptospirosis this season, with four deaths.
The Ministry of Rural Development yesterday praised its work on providing nearly 50,000 communal toilets in rural areas.
To escape air pollution and noisy neighbours in Phnom Penh, six expats who share the love of horse-riding founded their own stable in Arey Ksat, just a ferry ride across the Chaktomuk River from the centre of Phnom Penh.
Cambodia now has 12.5 million internet users an increase that follows mobile operators’ service expansion in rural areas.
Over 18 million rural residents have been lifted out of poverty in Guangxi Zhuang.
Private water operators will lose licence if failed to expand in rural areas, says the gov’t.
Growing up in a rural community in Kampong Cham province, Sin Sopharith has personally witnessed and experienced the hardship of accessing public services, clean water and sanitation.
Rural areas of Asia and Africa where children lack access to high-quality educational opportunities tend to also be energy poor.
The European Chamber of Commerce (Eurocham) yesterday highlighted the economic and environmental benefits of renewable energy, and appealed to firms with operations in the Kingdom to embrace green technologies.
MP3 players are being used as a valuable source of information for health and general well-being. A German couple are distributing the portable devices to improve the lives of illiterate women in rural areas.
National Bank rejects 2 license applications and revokes 24 of microfinance institutions.
Even before the water taxis came in, Phnom Penh and its neighboring areas connected its people by river ferries and boats.
Prime Minister Hun Sen asks the Bar Association of Cambodia to assign its lawyers to provinces and rural areas across the country in a move to provide free legal assistance to the poor.