Local NGO White Lotus Flower Association, which was established in 2003 and registered officially in 2006, provides healthcare and treatment to nearly 3,000 people living with HIV/AIDS in the Kingdom.
The Apsara National Authority (ANA) – the governmental body in charge of the Angkor Archaeological Park – has worked for years to restore the temples, sculptures and the necessary infrastructure such as roads, bridges and the ancient irrigation canals and reservoirs in the Angkor area.
Seab Phanith, a young woman from Kampong Chhnang province, is dressed in a Cambodian demining force uniform. With one hand holding a dog leash, she shouts commands at the four-legged mine detector, telling the dog to walk, sit and sniff for mines with a firmness to her tone.
For almost 10 years now, Thun Chenda has been caring for her mother who became paralysed.
The area in Ta Sen commune in Kamrieng district of Battambang province is a former battlefield, and was once one of the heavily mined places on the planet.
At the age of three, Try Ratany lost her sight due to complications from a case of measles.
The Creative Industries of Cambodia Association for Development and Advocacy (CICADA) has recently recruited eight candidates as its first-ever group of Stand for Culture Fellowship recipients.
The baccalaureate, or Grade 12 examination, has become a rite of passage for all Cambodian youths, especially those who intend to continue their education afterwards.
Seeing the gap in access to education and jobs in the field of technology between young men and women, a group of high school students have formed a programme to help young women gain gender equality in this essential field.
Once maligned as a waste product, the hay and rice stalks left over after rice has been harvested are now a celebrated by-product of rice production, able to earn farmers as much as one million riel per hectare.