The Social Affairs Ministry launches its Strong Family Communication Campaign.
An agreement to run social welfare programmes for three years.
Over 1,000 electronic tablets are distributed to help impoverished pregnant women.
Thailand to train Cambodian staffers facilitate the human trafficking victims’ return.
Discussions of a possible transit centre in Poipet for human trafficking victims.
The gov’t has helped +60,000 impoverished families affected by natural disasters.
Social Affairs Ministry plans to build a $10 million centre complete with shop lots.
A new mental illness treatment centre in Kandal province’s Kandal Stueng district will begin operations later this month.
A MoU worth over $2 million focuses on disability and rehabilitation of drug addicts.
Social Affairs Ministry urges officials to employ more people with disabilities.
The Social Affairs Ministry has urged its officials to train and employ more people with disabilities in a bid to improve their living conditions.
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.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday ordered the Social Affairs Ministry to absorb Afesip Tomdy’s Rehabilitation and Vocational Training Centre staff into the ministry.
Japan to provide $2 million to Cambodia to end all forms of violence against children.
All buildings are required to accommodate those with physical disabilities.
The Social Affairs Ministry yesterday called on state institutions and the private sector to hire more disabled workers, noting that the number of those working in the public sector has increased this year.
A MoU with four NGOs to spend about $2 million to help women and children.
Cambodia and 20 countries meet to end violence against children by 2030.
The Social Affairs Minister has urged the public to study sign language in order to better communicate with those with hearing disabilities.
Ministry requests a Japanese company’s help in building elderly training centre.
Anti-human trafficking police arrests the nephew of a former government official linked to the trafficking of labourers in Saudi Arabia.
Employers – public and private – which do not meet their obligations to take on disabled people are to face cash penalties.
A Social Affairs official is charged with beating a 28-year-old woman and threatening to kill her in anger at her demands that he repay $25,000.
A former secretary of state accused of illegally sending a migrant worker to Saudi Arabia is accused of doing so again.