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  • National plan to strengthen gov’t anti-drug campaign

    The National Strategic Development Plan 2019-2023 directs the authorities and relevant institutions to carry out effective prevention, crackdown and resolution of drug issues, and all commune authorities to be confident in dealing with drug problems in their areas.

  • Life in the Koh Kong jungle through the eyes of forest rangers

    A photography exhibit chronicling the lives of forest rangers working toward the environmental protection of the jungles in Koh Kong province will be displayed on Saturday at the capital’s 5 Drunk Men sky bar. The photos are to be sold to, with the profits going to the Community of Anti-Poaching Unit (CAPU), an organisation of rangers who patrol Koh Kong’s Chi Phat village.

Contract farming paying off for growers, millers, say industry insiders

Contract farming between community producers and rice millers or buyers brings growers great benefits, with an expanded market and more favourable prices, industry insiders have...

Building a holistic education community at CIS

Education is an essential building block to the economy of a country. It is the element that grows, nurtures and matures the younger generation of a society.

Rithivit re-elected to board of directors of ATF

Tennis Cambodia head Tep Rithivit has been re-elected to the Asian Tennis Federation’s board of directors for another two-year term. The 2019 Annual Meeting of the ATF was...

Why Pakistan is perturbed by India’s Kashmir decision

Given the speed and alacrity with which Pakistan has moved after August 5, the day the constitutional and administrative decisions on Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) were taken by the Indian government, proves the dismay the decisions...

Relaxing getaway in Ratanakkiri’s untouched beauty of twin lakes

On at typical day, 43-year-old Ngin Bean goes to work at the rubber plantation on his old but reliable motorbike. On some occasions though, Bean takes his bike off the beaten track to the hidden lakes of Yeak Aom and Yeak Kra.