On June 7, an inter-ministerial committee convened a meeting to discuss ways to quickly bring about a solution to a land dispute that erupted into violence on June 3 at the Chamkar Barang area in Tuol Prich commune of Kandal province’s Ang Snuol district.
“DACH bay” is a Khmer slang meaning a “loss of income”, that could also be literally translated to «deprived of rice”, which alludes to starvation.
Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, Prime Minster Hun Sen has made clear his high regard for Cambodian medical professionals, referring to them as an army clothed in white and frontline soldiers who battle bravely against an invisible enemy – the novel coronavirus.
Since the outbreak of Covid-19 early last year, more than 120,000 out of 1.2 million Cambodian migrant workers in Thailand have returned home, with many facing difficulties to sustain themselves and their families.
The Ministry of Environment has declared Siem Reap province’s Banteay Srei district a model worthy to be imitated by others due to its beauty, cleanliness and comfort.
In past decades, only men were involved in work to clear mines and unexploded ordnance (UXO). But now many women are doing the job and even leading such teams.
The Preah Sihanouk Provincial Administration and the O’Oknha Heng commune authority are investigating a land dispute involving 500 families living in O’Oknha Heng and O’Ta Sek villages that recently erupted into violence. In their initial conclusion, the authorities said the villagers are not
There are only a few extraordinary women who are brave enough to live in the forest and dedicate their lives to the protection of the environment and wild animals.
Oddar Meanchey provincial authorities remain puzzled about the Thai Appeal Court’s recent ruling in favour of more than 700 families who claimed to have been locked in a land dispute with three Thai-owned sugar companies in Samrong town and Chongkal district.
While some Cambodian migrant workers in South Korea are happy to have relieved family debt burden at home, others are working in “not-good” conditions and without clear objectives.