Part of the resilience and strength of Rappler during the pandemic is down to the community it had built over the years.
Young people will need to be a key part of the COVID-19 recovery journey in Asia-Pacific, particularly social entrepreneurs. However, navigating corruption and fraud in already weakened economies will make that a difficult journey
With its current demographic dividend, Cambodia’s youth entrepreneurship and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) play a significant role in contributing to the country’s economic diversification and sustaining its economic growth.
Cambodia’s economy is facing a steep downturn because of the global Covid-19 crisis, as well as severe social dislocations as livelihoods fall and poverty rises.
As Cambodia, like other countries around the world, is working to address the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic
Governments must step up to lead the fight against a growing tide of false, inflammatory and misleading information that threatens to worsen the already severe impacts of the virus, according to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Energy efficiency is a key pillar of Cambodia’s energy future. Since 2010, Cambodia’s demand for electricity has grown at averaging around 20% per year, leading to large investment in electricity generation.

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16 M

Population (2017)

13.5 %

Poverty rate (2014)

1230 (USD)

GDP per capita (2017)

143 / 188

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