With the aim to create an enabling environment for sustainable development, Cambodia launched a new two-year project which aspires to provide innovative solutions for addressing environmental degradation, growing waste, and access to affordable, sustainable and clean energy.
n commemoration of World Meteorological Day 2019 that falls on 23rd March, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Cambodia hands over 24 Automatic Weather Stations (AWS) and 29 Automatic Hydrological Stations (AHS) to the Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology in Phnom Penh on 22nd March 2019.
Cambodia has the potential of leveraging e-commerce to improve accessibility and efficiency to customers, retailers, markets and trade information. Its benefits are not only limited to international trade, but also prominent for boosting domestic markets.
With the advent of the Fourth Industry Revolution (IR4.0), the need for public sector innovation is no longer a luxury but a must for governments in Asia and the Pacific to stay equipped and competitive in the 21st century.
Continual improvement has been touted as a key component of disaster preparedness in education under an ongoing joint UNDP Cambodia and Save the Children project which trains and facilitates school drills in the storm-prone coastal province of Koh Kong.
In a leap forward for grassroots and government preparedness for climate change in Cambodia, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has forged a new partnership with the intergovernmental institution Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System for Africa and Asia (RIMES) aimed at enhancing the country’s capacity to produce and act on climate forecasts.

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16 M

Population (2017)

13.5 %

Poverty rate (2014)

1230 (USD)

GDP per capita (2017)

143 / 188

Human Dev. Index (2016)

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