Kimhong had never played football before, but when she was invited to join a game with the other children living around Stoeng Toch Krom school, near Cambodia’s border with Thailand, she joined… Read more
The Covid-19 has brought about unprecedented disruptions to education systems around the world, and Cambodia is no exception. Schools closed throughout much of last year as part of the COVID response.… Read more
The funds will fuel an innovative six-month incubation and training initiative and small grants programme to help small and medium sized enterprises move online, sell online, and, for some, sell to… Read more
Across the world, it is estimated that 13 million tons of plastic reach the oceans each year. More than one million mammals, fish and birds suffer or die annually either from ingesting this plastic or… Read more
Cambodia’s Angkor era may tell us something critical about the power of a monetary system.
At its height between the 9th and 15th centuries, Angkor Wat is thought to have been the world’s largest… Read more
Over 2,000 Edjai work in Phnom Penh and thousands more pick through waste across Cambodia, contributing to the collection and recycling of nearly 8% of total municipal solid waste, estimated at over… Read more
As the industrial revolution continues to shape the global economy and workforce, Cambodia is facing uncertainty over how to prepare youth for a new future of work and the country's readiness for… Read more
This year, our humanity has faced two key crises: the COVID-19 pandemic and forest fires that have raged across the world.
There is strong evidence that COVID-19 originated in bats that spread to… Read more
Biodiversity provides fundamental goods and services to our live and global economy. It is a life supporting safety nets for human beings, such as provision of food, clean water, air, energy, incomes,… Read more