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Phnom Penh – Sweden has lent its support for the youth civic engagement campaign in Cambodia by providing 7 million Krona (US$1.1 million) to the UNDP-implemented project known as Loy9. “Loy9 is an innovative way to engage young Cambodians to participate in public life and to strengthen understanding of the democratic process in this country. We are very happy to be associated with this initiative,” Swedish Ambassador Anne Höglund said.
Phnom Penh, 7 March 2013 – The Swedish Embassy to Cambodia signed an agreement with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to provide funding of SEK 7 million to support the multimedia youth project Loy 9. H.E. Anne Höglund, Ambassador of Sweden to Cambodia, and Ms. Setsuko Yamazaki, UNDP Cambodia Country Director, inked the grant agreement yesterday. The funds will be used to run the Loy9 campaign completing the just-launched series 2, production work for a third series and undertaking a survey of young Cambodians that will explore their knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) around civic engagement, with an emphasis on the media landscape.
Phnom Penh - A new series of popular youth TV show, Loy9, begins 7 March. The show, aimed at people between the ages of 15 and 24, but designed for the whole family to enjoy, returns on MyTV on Thursday at 6.30pm.
Siem Reap – When Siem Reap provincial town hosted a job fair in January, the dominant messages were: the province has a lot of potentials to reap benefit from tourism growth and reduce poverty level by improving quality of skills, education and access to accurate labour market information.