The Ministry of Environment has approved a draft "green growth roadmap" meant to improve the country's infrastructure in an environmentally friendly way. Kang Samnuon, a secretary of state at the ministry, said Monday that the ministry, in partnership with the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, had completed a training programme for community educators as part of the project. Srun Pithou, an official at the Ministry of Rural Development, said the government hopes to improve sanitation and health facilities, and improve roads across the country, but especially in less densely populated areas. Phnom Penh Deputy Governor Mann Chhoeun said that rubbish collection and recycling would be a major focus in the city.
In Brief: Govt approves green roadmap
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