Reckless driving and minimal ambulance service
Phnom Penh City Hall Suggested the People to Keep Rubbish properly
Whose Garbage Problem Are in the City?
The 5th Task Force Meeting and Field Visit to Urban Poor Community
Task Force Meeting 4th and Field Visit to National Museum of Cambodia
The Sweet corner of Phnom Penh, have a great importance in sugar palm Industry. For a long time the country’s poor harvest it. The durable and strong leaves are weaved into baskets, the sap is collected and processed into a nutritious sugar. As a palm sugar’s usefulness, the business and agriculture experts easily interpret the Potential of the product. Even though palm sugar is grown in other countries such as Ethiopia, India, Indonesia and Tanzania, agriculture experts have mentioned that because of its taste and vast amount of nutrients Cambodian-grown palm sugar is one the best sugar.…Read More
The 2nd Urban Voice Radio Talk Show will be held on 23rd July 2014 at 9:05 – 9: 55 am at Sahrika radio FM 106.5 on the topic” Urban Challenges and Relevant Stakeholders who are working on Urban Development.” The guest speaker is Mr. EE Sarom, the acting executive director of Sahmakum Teang Tnaut, who has been working in Urban Development for many years.
The topic is going to elaborate the general problems facing by residents of Phnom Penh, travelers, and/or tourists, and how relevant stakeholders work to address the problems.
Urban Voice would like to invite you to listen and call in to talk…
ActionAid Cambodia and local partners have been running its campaign, so-called “Safe Cities Campaign”. The aim of conducting this campaign is to build awareness on Safe Cities for Women in Cambodia, particularly in urban space. As women are the vulnerable group of people in the city, then this campaign also tends to seek for police makers or government to address women issues in urban space, regarding to sexual harassment, violation against women and so on.
The campaign is set into two parts. Firstly is pre-launch. It has been running from 3rd to 20 July 2014. The event is conducted to…
More than one person dies every day, year round, in Phnom Penh’s traffic. This person is very likely to be a male motorbike rider, who will die from severe head injury because he didn’t wear a helmet.
The chances of surviving or getting away from a traffic accident without permanent injury is very low if it happens in Cambodia, because the Ambulance service is almost non-existent. And if you call the public emergency telephone numbers, they sometimes go unanswered.
You should always look out for each other in traffic and drive responsibly! And until the Ambulance service gets better: If you…
According to VOD’s news released on July 10, 2014 mentioned that Phnom Penh city hall called for the residents of Phnom Penh to keep the rubbish properly in the rubbish bin for the aesthetics of the city while Centri’s employees have been protesting demanding for increasing docent salary in these last few days. Moreover, Phnom Penh City Hall and Centri Company are seeking for solutions for the employees.
The notification released on July 8, 2014 stated that Phnom Penh city hall suggested to Phnom Penh residents to collaborative understand for the inconvenience of trash collection of Centri…
Recently, Trash issue is a persisting issue for Phnom Penh resident. Even, there were some responses from Phnom Penh City Hall and Cintri Company to seek for a better solution to address the issue.
These last few days, because of the heavy rain, Phnom Penh were gotten flood. Because Cintri Company did not collect the trash on time it caused garbage floating on water during raining. The trash floated to almost everywhere and it spreaded dirty smelt to pollute the air in the city. Especially, many streets consisted of big trashed dumps. This also generated traffic jams. Moreover, it challenged…
Today in Phnom Penh (Cambodia), the majority lives in urban areas- living below poverty level, while a distinguished majority enjoys great richer. However, this city is made up of an array of cultures, different genetic groups, speak different languages, and follow different regional systems. Most of them do have one thing in common: poverty. In Phnom Penh, the richer people have a lot of money to build great castle or bungalow for their family while the poor people do not have even sufficient money to buy a single room and even buy a single food item for one time a day for their families.…