Born into a family that restores ancient Khmer temples, Ek Eam uses the same artisan skills of his grandfather and father, making him the third generation of family craftsmen. Despite a meagre salary, he pours his pride and his passion into the work.
Meng Sarath grabbed a handful of finger-sized zebra striped snakelets that were crawling around the roots of a hyacinth, explaining that they were the key to his livelihood after the Covid-19 crisis ended his job as a hotel cleaner in Sihanoukville.
With more than 25 years of experience in public health, Li Ailan has been head of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Representative Office for Cambodia since July 2019.
For many years, Cambodia has been applying for the inclusion of its traditional martial art bokator on the UNESCO World Heritage List. But so far, the Kingdom has not achieved this goal.
Over the past two to three years, the government, through the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, has launched a series of new strategies to enhance the aquaculture sector’s capacity to meet domestic demand, leading to exports.
A fear of playing with other children, speaking to the people around them, and worrying too much before exams or social events are all symptoms that Cambodians should pay attention to.
Parents who have children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are becoming increasingly aware of this congenital cerebral paralysis and are sending their children for special education classes in private educational institutes and organisations and state-recognised schools.
More than 430,000 Cambodia people aged 20-79 are living with diabetes, while the number of deaths from the disease has risen to 3,362, or about 3.75 per cent of the annual death toll, according to data released in 2020 by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
From the first women entrepreneur to introduce drones for agricultural use in Battambang, to a female commune council member who can focus on office work and rice farming at the same time thanks to an innovative irrigation system, Cambodia-Australia Agricultural Chain Programme
Sab Bunsoeurn, 58, is many things. He’s a family man, married for over 20 years with three children. He’s a commune council member in Preah Vihear province’s Choam Ksan district.