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14 February 2017
Real love isn’t flowers, teddy bears or expensive jewellery. Instead, real love is respecting your partner’s wishes, and not pressuring them to do things they don’t want to do. It’s acknowledging... Read more
13 February 2017
Opinion
Published in Khmer Times: http:/www.khmertimeskh.com/news/35369/condoms-and-cambodia/ By Marie-Odile Emond, UNAIDS Country Director and Catherine Breen Kamkong, UNFPA Deputy Representative   Srey... Read more
8 February 2017
Dispatch
Svay Rieng, 20 January 2017: Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer among Cambodian women aged 15 to 44 years old, claiming the lives of approximately 795 women and resulting in 1,512 new... Read more
13 January 2017
Feature Story
“Bamboo shoots are the future bamboo.” - Khmer saying   “Bamboo shoots” are young people who will grow up to become an important resource for their country. A country’s development therefore depends... Read more
29 December 2016
Dispatch
Population ageing in Cambodia is a process that cannot be avoided. The share of the population in Cambodia aged 60 and above increased from 5.2% in 1998 to 7.7% in 2015. In response, the Royal... Read more
26 December 2016
Feature Story
Kampong Cham, 27 November 2016 - In his orange T-shirt, which reads “UNiTE to END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN”, Seng Bunthim along with many others joined the recent 16 Days Campaign event in Prey Chhor... Read more
26 December 2016
Feature Story
Kampong Cham, 27 November 2016 - “Let’s play a game! It’s called “Clenched Hand and Open Hand”” announced Chhap Nika, a youth volunteer leading a game during an “edutainment” event as part of the 16... Read more
26 December 2016
Dispatch
Image: 16 Days Campaign
One in five women in Cambodia have suffered physical or sexual violence at least once in their lifetime - mostly by an intimate partner. While violence against women is a violation of women’s human... Read more
23 December 2016
Feature Story
Kampong Cham, 28 November 2016 - In Cambodia, giving birth is often referred to as “crossing the river” - both involve high risk of harm, or even death, if something goes wrong. This is particularly... Read more
19 December 2016
Feature Story
Steung Treng, 30 November 2016 - It was around 9:00am when a quiet Wednesday morning started turning into an eventful day for Steung Treng town. The drum of Khmer traditional Chai Yam (ឆៃយុាំ) was... Read more

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