Joint Communiqué ​ “Internet Freedom in Cambodia: Opportunities and Challenges”

Joint Communiqué ​ “Internet Freedom in Cambodia: Opportunities and Challenges” We, the ICT4D Network, present to the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications​ this overview of our seminars held on 29 September and 3 December 2015 to discuss challenges and opportunities … Continue reading

Change Agent of the Month – August 2015 – Ms. Chim Manavy, Cambodia

It is now time to announce our Change Agent of the month for August 2015.   One of our participants from the Information Technology Management (ITM) training program, Ms. Chim Manavy from Cambodia is being selected as the Change Agent … Continue reading

Common Questions on the Global Goals

In September, world leaders will gather at the United Nations to adopt the next set of global development goals, known as the Sustainable Development Goals. We’ve gotten a lot of questions about the global goals, and we want to take a … Continue reading

ICT4D Cambodia Network Partner Discuss Network Activities

The ICT4D Cambodia Network is steadily taking form and swelling with momentum as various organizations work together to weave it. A fourth meeting of the network’s partner representatives ensued at the Open Institute offices on the 19th of June, 2015. … Continue reading

From Paper to Mobile, Health Innovation at the District Level in Cambodia

Since 2010, through a collaboration with InSTEDD iLab Southeast Asia (iLab SEA), the OD has been equipped with collaboration technology for improved data collection and information dissemination. Dr. Yi Sophonarith, Director of Operational District Kien Svay District, Cambodia speaks about … Continue reading

‘School of Good Governance’ aims to foster integrity in officials

09 Jun 2015 , The Cambodia Daily The Interior Ministry is developing the curriculum for a “School of Good Governance,” which from 2016 will bring officials from the provinces to Phnom Penh for a crash course in acting with integrity, … Continue reading

Students in Cambodia want to learn English

The oldest public school in Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh, is in a small courtyard downtown. The Tuan Hoa school has a Chinese temple and Mandarin language classes for its 2,000 students. But in Phnom Penh, Chinese usage is still behind … Continue reading