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  • UNDP Asia Pacific launches #RHDR2016 Twitter ContestApr 22, 2016The UNDP Asia Pacific Bureau today announced a Twitter contest that awards the winners with an internship opportunity. This work experience is professional and academic in nature, offering insight into the substance and daily operations of the United Nations Development Programme world.

  • Cambodia Needs to Seize the Opportunities in Climate FinaceApr 20, 2016The government and its development partners need to put in place mechanisms to ensure that programmes impacted by climate change (or those with an impact on climate change) are identified at an early stage and designed accordingly, so that climate funds can be brought into the mix to co-finance these investments.

  • Women in the Face of Climate Change: the Driving Force for any SolutionMar 8, 2016According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s fifth assessment report, the world will continue to be vulnerable to climate change regardless of low or high emission scenarios. Over the 21st century, world temperature will continue to rise and extreme precipitation events will become more intense and frequent. Developing countries such as Cambodia will bear the most burden of climate change impacts. It is inevitable that climate change effects such as floods, droughts, windstorms and seawater intrusion will have severe implications on the country’s development...

  • Mine action in Cambodia: beyond clearing landminesJan 12, 2016Over the last 20 years, Cambodia has made significant strides in cleaning up landmines and explosive remnants of war (ERW). Led by the Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA), about 1,125 km2 of land has been “released” between 2003 and 2015. Land is released when reasonable efforts were done to identify, define and where all presence and suspicion of mines and ERWs were removed...

  • Towards a more inclusive growth and sustainability in CambodiaOct 19, 2015Cambodia has made great progress in economic growth, poverty reduction and human development. However, a significant proportion of the population remains vulnerable to slipping back to poverty. As we observe the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty on October 17, it is fitting to look into the challenges and how Cambodia can promote more inclusive growth and sustainability, particularly in light of Cambodia’s goal to become a Upper Middle-Income Country (MIC) by 2030, and the global launch of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals in New York last month.

  • UNDP meets stakeholders on the National Human Development Report 2016Sep 24, 2015UNDP meets stakeholders on the National Human Development Report 2016

  • Cambodia: Investing in human capital critical for sustaining growthMar 20, 2015When Ms. Vin Rattana completed high school a decade ago, her parents did not have enough money to send her straight to study for a university degree. But that was not the end of the road for her. She enrolled in a technical training school to learn how to fix cars.

  • Cambodia’s climate change response gets new support from EU, Sweden and UNDPMar 12, 2015Cambodia’s efforts to tackle threats of climate change received a new boost with additional financial support from the European Union, Sweden and United Nations Development Programme on Thursday.

  • Joint Sweden-UNDP initiative to address youth employment issues in CambodiaMar 11, 2015Sweden and UNDP launched on Wednesday, 11 March, a joint programme to help address issues of youth employment in Cambodia. The new Multimedia Initiative for Youth, “Khlahan9”, came out at the right time as Cambodia is poised to embrace the ASEAN economic integration by the end of this year.

  • Cambodia: Investing in human capital critical for sustaining growthFeb 23, 2015When Ms. Vin Rattana completed high school a decade ago, her parents did not have enough money to send her straight to study for a university degree. But that was not the end of the road for her. She enrolled in a technical training school to learn how to fix cars.

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