Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Cambodia
Based on the available data and information released by the Ministry of Health of Cambodia, ODC has recently been collecting and has published a new dataset, interactive map layer and profile page of the “COVID-19” cases found in Cambodia. This new COVID-19 dashboard and dataset gives the demographic information of the cases found and as well as the status of treatment. The ODC team will continually update the dataset in accordance with the cases reported by the government.
Data literacy training
Open Development Cambodia (ODC), with financial assistance from USAID’s Cambodian Civil Society Strengthening project, is delighted to announce a series of Training on data literacy that consists of THREE training modules and a final workshop.
Combine and explore over 70 geospatial data layers to gain multifaceted insight into Cambodia’s development trends.
Explore Open Development Cambodia’s revised and updated database of Economic Land Concession profiles and maps.
Cambodia’s economy continues to be dominated by agriculture, with exports contributing US$758.4 million in 2014.1 More than 70 percent of Cambodians depend on agriculture for their livelihoods.2 Fishing and fisheries make up another cornerstone of Cambodia’s rural economy, providing an estimated 80 percent of animal protein in the typical Cambodian diet.3
Cambodia’s environment provides natural resources including forests, waterways, plants and wildlife. Natural resources also include minerals, energy and extractives. The environment is varied, covering at least seven distinct landscapes across the country.
ODC first published its report in 2013. Following feedback and discussions with other experts and agencies, including Cambodia’s Forestry Administration, a revised version of the maps was created in 2014 and published in early 2015.
Land is fundamental to the livelihoods of many Cambodians. Around 80 percent of people live in rural areas and around 73 percent depend on agriculture for their livelihoods.1 In urban areas, many are dependent on plots of land close to livelihoods, services and social support networks.
Energy is about more than just electricity. It includes all means used to provide energy for industrial and domestic purposes, from firewood for cooking to national electricity production. This section focuses on production, distribution and use of power. Activities involving the exploration, extraction and refining of oil and gas are described in the extractive industries section.
Foreigners who do not comply with the measures of the Ministry of Health against the COVID-19 pandemic will face legal action and deportation with no re-entry to the Kingdom if found guilty. ...
Cambodia continued to reel from the disastrous effects of the February 20 Community Event when another 38 COVID-19 positive cases were reported today, along with two imported cases. ...
Businesses are forging symbiotic platforms to gain a piece of the Kingdom’s growing e-commerce sector, while challenging Facebook’s dominance in the industry. ...
Several reports have shed light on the benefits of renewable energy adoption in the creation of jobs and providing cheaper, cleaner electricity while reducing the risks associated with climate change. ...
Press release: Cambodia, Sweden and UNICEF Unite to protect the education of children whose schools have become quarantine centers
On 24 February 2021, Cambodia’s Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) and UNICEF are working together to urgently respond to the learning needs of students whose schools are currently being used as COVID-19 quarantine centres, including 13 primary schools, 18 lower secondary schools and ...
Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport
Announcement on the suspension of cinemas, art theaters, and museums for 2 weeks in Phnom Penh and Kandal province
On 23 February 2021, the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts released an announcement on the suspension of cinemas, art theaters, and museums for 2 weeks in Phnom Penh and Kandal province concerning the effects of COVID-19 in “the community transmission event on 20 February” ...
Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts
Announcement on the suspension of the operation of public and private educational establishments for 2 weeks in Phnom Penh and Kandal province
On 22 February 2021, the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport released an announcement on the suspension of the operation of public and private educational establishments for 2 weeks in Phnom Penh and Kandal province by requiring all educational establishments to continuing teaching and learning ...
Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport