Educationist and businessman Oknha Dr. Mengly J. Quach shares his take on the increasing youth-managed start-ups in the Kingdom with Youth Today’s Agnes Alpuerto.
Kandal Court charges three men who allegedly killed a youth and injured another man following an argument in Sa’ang district.
Seminar on “Depression and Self-Reliance” and book launching of “Depressed Person” – AICHR Youth Debate on Human Rights 2018 – Realising the dream of being a professional in accounting and finance
The startup sphere in Cambodia continuously grows over the years, opening great opportunities for people, the youth especially, to show off their talents and entrepreneurial skills in their own ways.
To mark the International Youth Day 2018, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the UN Youth Advisory Panel screened three short films that focused on the theme on the perceptions of Cambodian youth on sex.
Youth are the backbone of the country and they make up almost two-thirds of the Cambodian population. Cambodia is home to the largest youth population in Southeast Asia with 65.3 percent of the population under the age of 30.
Rescuers braced for a long and difficult evacuation for 13 members of a Thai youth football team found alive in a cave.
CPP leaders told their youth members to prepare for the upcoming national election and enhance their solidarity.
Events: Plastic Street Clean-Up for “Green Starts Here” – IDP Scholarships & Study in Australia Exhibition – Youth Awareness on Social Protection
The government has chosen June 15 as the date for an annual National Day of Technical and Vocational Education.
Environmental activists mark World Environment Day 2018 with a call for reforms.
Phnom Penh Crown, in cooperation with leading SCG Brand, organised a Kick & Share youth soccer clinic.
The president of Union of Youth Federations calls on youth to take up the helm and ensure the protection of the nation.
Upcoming Events! Coffee Talk: Depression, Anxiety and Youth – I-Discovery 2.0 – Lecture Series Photography
Bangladesh forces have seized nearly nine million meth pills in less than 3 months.
The Union of Youth Federations of Cambodia is now in its fourth decade of being the nation’s symbol of youth movement and volunteerism.
The Thai government provides Cambodia with 38 million baht ($1.1M) to construct the treatment centre for drug addicts.
Scholar Library launches a mini-fair and youth discussion aimed at allowing youth to share their personal perspectives on how to tackle environmental issues in Cambodia.