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Infrastructure projects

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The China Aid-funded Cambodia Rural Road Project-Phase II-Lot 2 is being carried out by the Yunan Construction and Investment Holding Group Co Ltd (YCIH).

The objective of Phase II is to improve road infrastructure in rural parts of Cambodia, which will help in alleviating poverty, as well as boost the rural economy and improve the socio-economic status of people in remote areas.

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Some of the provinces that have benefited from the project are Tbong Khmum, Prey Veng and Svay Rieng. China plans to provide financial assistance to fund Cambodia’s rural road projects, repairing and upgrading existing roads.

China-Aid Cambodia Rural Water Supply Project-Phase II

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With a Chinese government grant, the China Aid-funded Cambodia Rural Water Supply Project-Phase II commenced in November last year. Scheduled for completion within two years, a total of 964 boreholes and 54 community ponds are to be constructed across 10 provinces. Prey Veng, Svay Rieng, Kampong Cham, Kampong Speu, Battambang, Pursat, Kampong Chhnang, Banteay Meanchey, Siem Reap and Kampot provinces are to benefit.

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The infrastructure will provide clean and hygienic water for daily human consumption, agricultural irrigation and livestock breeding for thousands of rural residents.

China Railway Construction Group builds Tbong Khmum hospital

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China’s second largest medical aid infrastructure contribution is a hospital in Tbong Khmum province that commenced construction on last year. It is expected to be completed by October next year.

The hospital has been designed by China IPPR International Engineering Co Ltd and is being built by the China Railway Construction Group. Its facilities include a medical consultation hall, a 300-bed general ward, a 10-bed intensive care unit, operating rooms, an emergency room, a pharmacy, a fluid distribution centre and a kitchen.

In addition, the hospital’s radiology and radiotherapy department will be equipped with the latest state-of-the-art MRI, CT, DR and gastrointestinal contrast imaging machines.

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