National Highway 62 running through Long An Province should be renovated to shorten the journey from Ho Chi Minh City to the Mekong Delta and the Cambodian border.
People in 232 villages of six provinces have benefitted from community sub-projects financed by the Poverty Reduction Fund (PRF) under the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry this year.
In the country that once topped the Charities Aid Foundation’s World Giving Index, which ranks countries in terms of generosity, the military regime has made it a crime to give or receive charity, humanitarian workers said. Volunteers and aid workers are now targeted by the junta’s security forces under vague laws, and many have gone into hiding to continue helping the many needy.
Women leaders in Cambodia’s government lay the foundations for gender equality in the country’s forestry sector.
Begonia is one of the largest genera of flowering plants with over 2,000 species. They are found naturally in tropical and subtropical regions around the world.
Young people in Tul plant trees to protect and better manage their forest for a brighter, more sustainable future.
Thailand’s Cabinet on May 11 approved a subsidy worth 6 billion baht (192 million USD) for sugarcane farmers who cut fresh cane for sugar factories instead of burning them, in a bid to reduce air pollution caused by the burning of plantations.
Laos has established a disaster preparedness and response network at the community level to provide training about climate change, floods and drought, storms, diseases, epidemics and landslides –
The Ministry of Mines and Energy gave an update on five planned power plants with a capacity of 1,905 megawatts (mW) under construction to meet the growing energy demand in Cambodia.