Cataracts, the clouding of the lens in the eyes often develop slowly – but they are the leading cause of blindness in Cambodia. For over a decade, the Khmer Sight Foundation has been doing everything it can to treat and prevent cataracts among Cambodians.
There’s definitely a promising future for the pharmaceutical sector of Cambodia as students from six different institutions showed off their research outputs during last week’s 2018 Kinal Prize.
More than studying for their future professions, the students of the University of Puthisastra also give much weight on being nationalists and in upholding the responsibility that lies with being the people of a complex country such as Cambodia.
It isn’t a secret that Cambodia’s medical sector is still expanding. But there is more to be done in hospitals and clinics and certainly more training is needed for doctors, nurses and other medical practitioners.
To further push its advocacy for a greener and cleaner environment, Go Green Cambodia officially launched a new app that enables people to rate the cleanliness of specific places around the country.
Cambodia suffered several decades of war and civil unrest, which resulted in intergenerational trauma that has followed the country and its people.
The University of Puthisastra hosts “Discovery Week” at the UP campus from with the aim of introducing students to various study options.
To help students identify their interests and discover their true talents, the University of Puthisastra hosts the Discovery Festival.