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វគ្គបណ្ដុះបណ្ដាល អំពី ប្រព័ន្ធទំនាក់ទំនងសង្គម របស់សំឡេងទីក្រុងចាប់ផ្តើមហើយ IMG_7387

ថ្ងៃទី ២០ ខែធ្នូឆ្នាំ ២០១៤ នេះ គម្រោងសំឡេងទីក្រុងរបស់ អង្គការសមាគមធាងត្នោត បានរៀបចំវគ្គបណ្ដុះបណ្ដាលអំពី ការប្រើប្រាស់ប្រព័ន្ធទំនាក់ទំនងសង្គម លើប្រធានបទ ប្រើប្រាស់អ៊ីនធើណេត និងអ៊ីម៉ែល…

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Lake Projects in Phnom Penh City Boueng Kak area

During the groundbreaking ceremony of Boeung Kak construction on July 11th, 2011, H.E Kep Chuk Tema, a former Phnom Penh governor, explained the government’s theory for the development of Phnom Penh. The city is a basin and lower than sea level, which is why it is surrounded by many lakes. The Capital can only be expanded and developed by “reclaiming” some of these lakes such as Boeung Techo (where Central Market stands today), Boeung Raing, Boeung Keng Kang, Ou Russey, and well as other lakes. Therefore, the filling of lakes around the city is necessary and cannot be avoided. As a result,…

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Road development in Phnom Penh Hanoi Road being reconstructed

As Phnom Penh City continues to develop, many projects have been implemented such as the drainage system improvements, the waste management improvements, and the public transportation plan. Similarly, the government has also focused on road development in the city as some roads that were already constructed are damaged and others need to be expanded. According to City Hall’s 2011 data, the total length of the roads in the capital was 1,379,487 meters consisting of three different types: 215,286 meters of AC road, 279,753 meters of DBST roads, and 206,730 meters of concrete road.
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Trash Issue Returns to Phnom Penh Streets IMG_7004

CINTRI Company employees are on strike and demanding better salaries. As a result, all trash collection in Phnom Penh has been put on hold until today, December 17, 2014. Many areas are now overflowing with trash, which has had an impact on resident’s health and the environment throughout the city.
Please report any trash build up in your area to Urban Voice Cambodia using www.urbanvoicecambodia.net, or phone: 097 26 40 056.
Please have a look at the pictures and video below, taken and produced by Urban Voice Cambodia.…

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Who Would Ever Want to Buy Property from Borey 999? IMG_7997

Recently, a sensitive rumor has circulated regarding the future of Borey 999 after its tycoon owner, Thoung Sarath, was accused of murdering Eung Mengcheu on November 22, 2014 due to land dispute and business rivalry with him.
Borey 999 company has unveiled several business projects including a condominium project called Moskow City (located on street 271 and starts construction in 2018), Borey Tokyo, Borey Meanchey 999, Borey Veal Vong, Borey Veal Sbov, Borey 371, Borey California, and Borey New York.
Will there be problems customers who purchase property from the Borey 999 Company while…

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Urban Voice and Cambodian Youth Network organized Youth Workshop on ICT for Development IMG_4807

The workshop was organised on 23rd November 2014 from 7:30 A.M to 5:00PM at the Workshop Hall of the LYLA Center. About 185 participants from various institutions attended the workshop hosted by Urban Voice Cambodia and the Cambodian Youth Network (CYN).
ICT tools such as online maps (open street map, Ushahidi, Google map, Crowd map), social media, and websites are very popular in the field of social development.
Urban Voice was the first site in Cambodia to deploy Ushahidi as well as the only site dedicated to documenting changes and development in Phnom Penh. The site promotes access to information…

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Flooding in Phnom Penh in 2014 IMG_2318

Over the last few years, Phnom Penh has been developing rapidly with modern super markets, skyscrapers, and sky bridges. Along with these developments, there have also been many problems such as traffic jams, blackouts, road deterioration, displaced trash, and especially flooding, which negatively affect Phnom Penh residents.
Due to a lack of rainwater storage from lakes such as Boeung Kok, Boeung Samyab, Boeung Tumpun (which were completely filled for land development ventures), and inadequate restoration of drainage systems, Phnom Penh always floods when it rains. Flooding causes…

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