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Airports

Airports of Cambodia including attributes (name, type, ICAO and IATA code).

 

All Mining Licenses

This dataset contains data for mining license in Cambodia’s from 1995 to 2014. The data was collected from many sources by ODC’s mappers such as government, news, company profiles, reports and NGO agency in both pdf and shapefile format. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.

All natural protected areas

This dataset contains data for five types of protected areas in Cambodia (national park, wildlife santuary, protected landscape, multiple use, Ramsar site) with issuing dates starting from 1993 to 2014. Data for biosphere reserve, national heritage site, and marine park is currently not available on ODC. Due to the lack of publicly available spatial information on zoning and degazzettment of protected areas, this dataset does not include information on adjustments. The data was collected from government agencies and non-governmental organisations in both pdf and shapefile formats. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.", odm_temporal_range: "11/26/2015 - 11/26/2015

Road and railway networks in Cambodia (2012- 2016)

Description Road networks are produced by Open Street Map. ODC's map and data team extracted the data in vector format. Moreover, the polyline data of rainway​ given by Save Cambodia's Wildlife's Atlas Working Group in Cambodia for two statuses such as existing, proposed new lines in Cambodia.
Source(s) Open Street Map, www.openstreetmap.org Save Cambodia's Wildlife. In Atlas of Cambodia: maps on socio-economic development and environment. Second ed. Phnom Penh, 2014. Print. Aruna Technology Ltd 417 Sisowath Blvd, Sangkat Chaktomuk, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Land Line: +855 (0)23 215 231 Fax: +855 (0)23 215 234 Email: info.aruna@arunatechnology.com
Date of data 01/02/2012
Completeness
License CC-BY-4.0

Aqueduct Atlas – access to water

Access to water measures the percentage of population without access to improved drinking-water sources. Higher values indicate areas where people have less access to safe drinking water, and consequently higher reputational risks to those not using water in an equitable way.

Aqueduct Atlas – Available Blue Water

Available blue water (Ba) is the total amount of water available to a catchment before any uses are satisfied. It is calculated as all water flowing into the catchment from upstream catchments minus upstream consumptive use plus runoff in the catchment.

Aqueduct Atlas – Baseline Water Stress

Baseline water stress measures total annual water withdrawals (municipal, industrial, and agricultural) expressed as a percent of the total annual available flow. Higher values indicate more competition among users.

Aqueduct Atlas – consumptive use

Consumptive use is the portion of all water withdrawn that is consumed through evaporation, incorporation into a product, or pollution, such that it is no longer available for reuse. Non-consumptive use is the remainder of withdrawals that is not consumed and instead returns to ground or surface water bodies.

Aqueduct Atlas – Flood Occurrence

Flood Occurrence is the number of floods recorded from 1985 to 2011.

Aqueduct Atlas – Total Blue Water

ទឹកខៀវសរុបសម្រាប់តំបន់ស្តុកទឹកនីមួយៗស្មើនឹងបរិមាណទឹកនៅខ្សែទឹកខាងលើដែលហូរចេញពីតំបន់ស្តុកទឹក បូកនឹងបរិមាណទឹកដែលហូរចូលក្នុងតំបន់ស្តុកទឹកនោះ។ 

Aqueduct Atlas – Upstream Protected Lands

Upstream protected land measures the percentage of total water supply that originates from protected ecosystems. Modified land use can affect the health of freshwater ecosystems and have severe downstream impacts on both water quality and quantity.

Aqueduct Atlas Withdrawal Rates

Total withdrawal is the total amount of water removed from freshwater sources for human use.

 

Public Transportation

Description "This dataset contains a number of bus stops along with three different lines of the public service bus operated and provided by Phnom Penh Capital Hall’s City Bus. The first operation of city bus was temporarily provided in September 2014, and the official operation was launched on 30 October 2015. The bus fare is 1,500 riels per person, except for disabled, elderly, monks and schoolchildren who get free accessing. The dataset was collected from various sources such as the Newsletter and Public Announcement of Phnom Penh Capital Hall, Open Street Map, and NGOs in shapefile, pdf and jpeg formats and then ODC's mapping group used them as reference document and data to create a common shapefile for public transportation using digitizing method. The Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system."
Source(s) Open Street Map, the Phnom Penh Capital Hall's bulletin and Public Announcement, and JICA brochures.
Date of data 08/24/2016
Completeness The total number of bus stops from Phnom Penh Capital City's Newsletter and Announcement are 184. However, ODC's mapping team collected only 124 from both Open Street Map and map pictures from the newsletter. The map pictures cannot be used to do geo-reference due to its inconsistence and different format so the team decided to use bus stop points from Open Street Map and verified their numbers and names with the bus line maps from the newsletter.
License CC-BY-SA-4.0

Public Transportation

Description "This dataset contains a number of bus stops along with three different lines of the public service bus operated and provided by Phnom Penh Capital Hall’s City Bus. The first operation of city bus was temporarily provided in September 2014, and the official operation was launched on 30 October 2015. The bus fare is 1,500 riels per person, except for disabled, elderly, monks and schoolchildren who get free accessing. The dataset was collected from various sources such as the Newsletter and Public Announcement of Phnom Penh Capital Hall, Open Street Map, and NGOs in shapefile, pdf and jpeg formats and then ODC's mapping group used them as reference document and data to create a common shapefile for public transportation using digitizing method. The Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system."
Source(s) Open Street Map, the Phnom Penh Capital Hall's bulletin and Public Announcement, and JICA brochures.
Date of data 08/24/2016
Completeness The total number of bus stops from Phnom Penh Capital City's Newsletter and Announcement are 184. However, ODC's mapping team collected only 124 from both Open Street Map and map pictures from the newsletter. The map pictures cannot be used to do geo-reference due to its inconsistence and different format so the team decided to use bus stop points from Open Street Map and verified their numbers and names with the bus line maps from the newsletter.
License CC-BY-SA-4.0

Canals in Cambodia (2008)

Description This dataset is included geographical locations of canals and types of canal such as earthen, levee and masonry. The data is released by Department of Geography of Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning, and Construction of Cambodia, and then it is contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and shared on Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team has collected the data from HDX website in Shapefile format and re-published it on ODC's website.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction Address: No. 771-773, Preah Monivong Blvd, Sangkat Beng Trabek, Khan Chamkar Morn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Website: http://www.mlmupc.gov.kh/
Date of data 01/01/2008
Completeness There are no known about the issues of logical consistency.
License CC-BY-4.0

Basic Information of School (2012)

Description This dataset consists of school locations and names and other types of basic information, such as numbers of classes and rooms, numbers of teaching and non-teaching staff, and total enrollment, across Cambodia. The data also details information on preschool, primary school,and lycee and college. It is originally established by Ministry of Education Youth and Sports but contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team collects the data in shapefile format from HDX website and re-published it on ODC's website.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ Ministry of Education Youth and Sport in Cambodia Address: #80, Norodom Blvd. Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia. Email: nfo@moeys.gov.kh /​ webmaster@moeys.gov.kh . Telephone: +855 23 219 285 . Website: http://www.moeys.gov.kh/en/home.html
Date of data 01/01/2012
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Basemap of Cambodia (2014)

Description These datasets contain three different types of administrative boundary levels: provincial, district and commune which were contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). The datasets were obtained from the Department of Geography of Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction (MLMUPC) in 2008 and then unofficially updated in 2014 by referring to Sub-decrees on administrative modifications. Most Recent Changes: New province added (Tbong Khmum), with underlying districts and communes.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs stores the data on HDX website: https://data.humdata.org/dataset/cambodia-admin-level-1-boundaries (Level 1) https://data.humdata.org/dataset/cambodia-admin-level-2-boundaries (Level 2) https://data.humdata.org/dataset/cambodia-admin-level-3-boundaries (Level 3)
Date of data 10/14/2014
Completeness ODC makes no representation or warranty, either expressed or implied, in fact or in law, with respect to the accuracy, completeness or appropriateness of the data, materials or documents contained or referenced herein or provided.
License CC-BY-4.0

Community fisheries

Community Fisheries boundaries. 

Community Forestry

This asset contains the location and status of applications for community forestry status in Cambodia in 2013, given by the Forestry Administration.

Dams in Cambodia (2008)

Description This dataset is included geographical locations of dams and types of dam such as earthen, levee and masonry. The data is released by Department of Geography, the Ministry of Land Management Urban Planning and Construction of Cambodia, and then it is contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and shared on Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team has collected the data from HDX website in Shapefile format and re-published it on ODC's website.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction Address: No. 771-773, Preah Monivong Blvd, Sangkat Beng Trabek, Khan Chamkar Morn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Website: http://www.mlmupc.gov.kh/
Date of data 01/01/2008
Completeness There are no known about the issues of completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Baseline Survey on Mine/ERW (2009-2014)

Description This baseline survey data shows information about contamination locations of explosive remnants of war (ERW) and mines from 2009 to 2014. The data also included fear levels, proximity distance to, and class types of landmines in which the contamination locations are located. The data source is taken from the Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA) and contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team collected the data in shapefile format from HDX website and re-published it on ODC's website for the non-commercial purpose only.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ The Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority Address: New Building, Corner Street 273 & 516, Tuol Kork Village, Tuol Sangke Quarter, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Phone / Fax: (+855) 23 880 462/ 228 265, E-mail: info@cmaa.gov.kh, Website: www.cmaa.gov.kh
Date of data 01/01/2014
Completeness
License CC-BY-4.0

Basemap of Cambodia (2014)

Description These datasets contain three different types of administrative boundary levels: provincial, district and commune which were contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). The datasets were obtained from the Department of Geography of Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction (MLMUPC) in 2008 and then unofficially updated in 2014 by referring to Sub-decrees on administrative modifications. Most Recent Changes: New province added (Tbong Khmum), with underlying districts and communes.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs stores the data on HDX website: https://data.humdata.org/dataset/cambodia-admin-level-1-boundaries (Level 1) https://data.humdata.org/dataset/cambodia-admin-level-2-boundaries (Level 2) https://data.humdata.org/dataset/cambodia-admin-level-3-boundaries (Level 3)
Date of data 10/14/2014
Completeness ODC makes no representation or warranty, either expressed or implied, in fact or in law, with respect to the accuracy, completeness or appropriateness of the data, materials or documents contained or referenced herein or provided.
License CC-BY-4.0

Downsized After Revocation

The concession has been subjected to reduction(s) in size although it had been cancelled previously. Publicly available information on land area cut from ELCs does not include maps or spatial data of excisions. Thus, ODC cannot present land area cut in shapes. As a result, ELC projects that are visualized on the interactive map represent the original contract size.

Downsized

The concession has been subjected to additional reductions in size and has not been cancelled previously. Publicly available information on land area cut from ELCS does not include maps or spatial data of excisions. Thus, ODC cannot present land area cut in shapes. As a result, ELC projects that are visualized on the interactive map represent the original contract size.

Eastern plains protected landscape (EPL) in Cambodia

Description This dataset describes the eastern plains landscape (EPL), which covers an area over 30,000 square kilometers and spans four provinces (Ratank Kiri, Mondul Kiri, Kratie and Stung Treng). Geographic dataset is encoded in the WGS 84 coordinate reference system. Dataset were provided to ODC in vector format by Save Cambodia's Wildlife's Atlas Working Group.
Source(s) Wildlife Conservation Society, Conservation International, Forestry Administration, ASEAN Regional Center for Biodiversity, UNEP. Save Cambodia's Wildlife. "Biodiversity." In Atlas of Cambodia: maps on socio-economic development and environment. Second ed. Phnom Penh, 2014. 27. Print.
Date of data 01/01/2013
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Economic corridors

Transboundary roads declared GMS transport corridors (existing, planned and potential) 

 

Electricity price and coverage areas in Cambodia

Description These datasets consist of information of electricity licensees, coverage areas and prices. The information of electricity licensees and coverage areas were updated by 2016, while the electricity price was in 2014. The data were collected from the website of Electricity Authority of Cambodia (EAC) website in PDF format and then prepared into various types of usable file extensions; such as csv, geojson, jpeg, kml and shp.
Source(s) reports, licensed documents from EAC website.
Date of data 01/24/2017
Completeness The targetareas of this dataset are Phnom Penh and some parts of Kandal, Kampong Speu, Takeo, and Kampong Chhnang. ODC will conduct data collection throughout the country in the next step.
License CC-BY-SA-4.0

Electricity price and coverage areas in Cambodia

Description These datasets consist of information of electricity licensees, coverage areas and prices. The information of electricity licensees and coverage areas were updated by 2016, while the electricity price was in 2014. The data were collected from the website of Electricity Authority of Cambodia (EAC) website in PDF format and then prepared into various types of usable file extensions; such as csv, geojson, jpeg, kml and shp.
Source(s) reports, licensed documents from EAC website.
Date of data 01/24/2017
Completeness The targetareas of this dataset are Phnom Penh and some parts of Kandal, Kampong Speu, Takeo, and Kampong Chhnang. ODC will conduct data collection throughout the country in the next step.
License CC-BY-SA-4.0

Electricity price and coverage areas in Cambodia

Description These datasets consist of information of electricity licensees, coverage areas and prices. The information of electricity licensees and coverage areas were updated by 2016, while the electricity price was in 2014. The data were collected from the website of Electricity Authority of Cambodia (EAC) website in PDF format and then prepared into various types of usable file extensions; such as csv, geojson, jpeg, kml and shp.
Source(s) reports, licensed documents from EAC website.
Date of data 01/24/2017
Completeness The targetareas of this dataset are Phnom Penh and some parts of Kandal, Kampong Speu, Takeo, and Kampong Chhnang. ODC will conduct data collection throughout the country in the next step.
License CC-BY-SA-4.0

Electricity price and coverage areas in Cambodia

Description These datasets consist of information of electricity licensees, coverage areas and prices. The information of electricity licensees and coverage areas were updated by 2016, while the electricity price was in 2014. The data were collected from the website of Electricity Authority of Cambodia (EAC) website in PDF format and then prepared into various types of usable file extensions; such as csv, geojson, jpeg, kml and shp.
Source(s) reports, licensed documents from EAC website.
Date of data 01/24/2017
Completeness The targetareas of this dataset are Phnom Penh and some parts of Kandal, Kampong Speu, Takeo, and Kampong Chhnang. ODC will conduct data collection throughout the country in the next step.
License CC-BY-SA-4.0

Mine/ERW Casualties (2005- 2013)

Description This dataset shows information about locations of casualties caused by explosive remnants of war (ERW) and mines from 2005 to 2013 across Cambodia. Plus, it also includes number of victims (injured, amputation or killed) from each explosion, as well as the types of explosions; such as mortars, artillery, fuses, anti-personal mines, anti-vehicle mines and so on. It is originally established by The Cambodia Mine/ERW Victim Information System (CMVIS) of Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA), and contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team collected the data in shapefile format from HDX website and re-published it on ODC's website.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ The Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority Address: New Building, Corner Street 273 & 516, Tuol Kork Village, Tuol Sangke Quarter, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Phone / Fax: (+855) 23 880 462/ 228 265, E-mail: info@cmaa.gov.kh, Website: www.cmaa.gov.kh
Date of data 01/01/2013
Completeness
License CC-BY-4.0

Sanitation coverage rates

Description This dataset contains excerpts from the Commune Database produced by the NCDD (National Committee for Subnational Democratic Development). Namely quantitative data about the coverage of improved or unimproved latrines and their ratio per family/household for each commune in Cambodia. Data were provided to ODC in vector format by Save Cambodia's Wildlife's Atlas Working Group.
Source(s) National Committee for Sub-National Democratic Development, Royal Government of Cambodia. Commune Database 2011. Phnom Penh, 2011. Save Cambodia's Wildlife. "Agriculture." Atlas of Cambodia: maps on socio-economic development and environment. Second ed. Phnom Penh, 2014. 135, 141-145. Print. Save Cambodia's Wildlife. "Gender." Atlas of Cambodia: maps on socio-economic development and environment. Second ed. Phnom Penh, 2014. 115. Print. Save Cambodia's Wildlife. "Energy." Atlas of Cambodia: maps on socio-economic development and environment. Second ed. Phnom Penh, 2014. 165. Print.
Date of data 01/03/2011
Completeness ODC does not provide access to the full Commune Database since it is not already publicly available and ODC's information from the database is incomplete.
License CC-BY-4.0

Families with less than 1 ha rice land

This data comes from the 2011 Commune Database produced by the NCDD (National Committee for Subnational Democratic Development). The display shows families with less than 1 hectare of rice land based upon commune level statistics. 

Baseline Survey on Mine/ERW (2009-2014)

Description This baseline survey data shows information about contamination locations of explosive remnants of war (ERW) and mines from 2009 to 2014. The data also included fear levels, proximity distance to, and class types of landmines in which the contamination locations are located. The data source is taken from the Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA) and contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team collected the data in shapefile format from HDX website and re-published it on ODC's website for the non-commercial purpose only.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ The Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority Address: New Building, Corner Street 273 & 516, Tuol Kork Village, Tuol Sangke Quarter, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Phone / Fax: (+855) 23 880 462/ 228 265, E-mail: info@cmaa.gov.kh, Website: www.cmaa.gov.kh
Date of data 01/01/2014
Completeness
License CC-BY-4.0

Fish production and consumption rates

This vector dataset provides aquaculture production and consumption metrics for 2011 in Cambodia, as provided by the Cambodian Fisheries Administration.

Fish Sanctuaries

Fish sanctuaries allotments. 

Flooded Forest

Data represents the boundary of the flooded forest within the Tonle Sap Lake. 

Forest cover 1973

This dataset shows forest cover in Cambodia in 1973. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system. Data were obtained in raster format from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) website and reproduced here showing forest cover by ODC. 

Forest cover 1989

This dataset shows forest cover in Cambodia in 1989. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system. Data were obtained in raster format from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) website and reproduced here showing forest cover by ODC. 

Forest cover 2000

This dataset shows forest cover in Cambodia in 2000. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system. Data were obtained in raster format from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) website and reproduced here showing forest cover by ODC. 

Forest cover 2004

This dataset shows forest cover in Cambodia in 2004. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system. Data were obtained in raster format from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) website and reproduced here showing forest cover by ODC. 

Forest cover 2009

This dataset shows forest cover in Cambodia in 2009. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system. Data were obtained in raster format from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) website and reproduced here showing forest cover by ODC. 

Forest cover 2014

This dataset shows forest cover in Cambodia in 2014. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system. Data were obtained in raster format from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) website and reproduced here showing forest cover by ODC. 

Geology of Cambodia (2006)

Description This dataset provides known locations of geolocial sites in Cambodia.Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84 coordinate reference system. Data were provided to ODC in vector format by Save Cambodia's Wildlife's Atlas Working Group.
Source(s) Save Cambodia's Wildlife. *Atlas of Cambodia: maps on socio-economic development and environment*. Second ed. Phnom Penh, 2014. Print.
Date of data 01/01/2006
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-SA-4.0

Georelief

This dataset describes the georelief (elevation) of Cambodia. Data were provided to Open Development Cambodia (ODC) by Save Cambodia's Wildlife's Atlas Working Group.

Mining licenses in Cambodia (1995-2014)

Description This dataset contains data for mining licenses in Cambodia from 1995 to 2014. The data was collected from various sources such as government documents, news, company profiles, NGO reports and other publications in pdf and shapefile formats. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.
Source(s) The mining license data available on ODC's website are from various sources: - Prakas from 1995-1997, Royal gazette; - Mining licenses from 2008-2012, Ministry of Industry Mines and Energy; - Ministry of Commerce's online database (the data were collected from the site in 2014 and 2016); - 2012 Mining company table from NGO Forum; - Company profile websites; - FA website's TWG - F&E: list of land for mineral areas 2005; - Transol Corporation's report 2012: Cambodia - New project 100% granted – Andong Bor; - Mineral company in Cambodia table, updated by EISEI in June 2012; - By 2013, 26 companies granted mining exploitation license in Preah Vihear, Cambodia Express News (CEN) reported, on March 19, 2014; - 16 companies are conducting underground metal ores exploration in Uddor Meanchey province, by Koh Santepheap Daily; - On November 19, 2013, Chinese Mining Firm Plans Siem Reap Extraction, by The Cambodia Daily; and - Mitsui Mineral Development Engineering's progress report 2009:The Master Plan Study for Promotion of the Mining Industry in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
Date of data 11/01/2011
Completeness This interactive map contains all of the data that is currently available to ODC and is not exhaustive. Projects or areas with publicly known boundaries are mapped as polygons; those without publicly known boundaries are represented as dots on the map. The dots are placed in the center of the closest known geographical area and thus do not represent exact locations. The development landscape is constantly changing, and there are also additional developments for which data is not available. While ODC takes every effort to ensure that the details in this map are accurate and up to date, some of the projects or areas marked on the map may have since been modified or cancelled since the map was published. Moreover, additional developments may have been approved that are not yet included here.
License CC-BY-4.0

Mining licenses in Cambodia (1995-2014)

Description This dataset contains data for mining licenses in Cambodia from 1995 to 2014. The data was collected from various sources such as government documents, news, company profiles, NGO reports and other publications in pdf and shapefile formats. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.
Source(s) The mining license data available on ODC's website are from various sources: - Prakas from 1995-1997, Royal gazette; - Mining licenses from 2008-2012, Ministry of Industry Mines and Energy; - Ministry of Commerce's online database (the data were collected from the site in 2014 and 2016); - 2012 Mining company table from NGO Forum; - Company profile websites; - FA website's TWG - F&E: list of land for mineral areas 2005; - Transol Corporation's report 2012: Cambodia - New project 100% granted – Andong Bor; - Mineral company in Cambodia table, updated by EISEI in June 2012; - By 2013, 26 companies granted mining exploitation license in Preah Vihear, Cambodia Express News (CEN) reported, on March 19, 2014; - 16 companies are conducting underground metal ores exploration in Uddor Meanchey province, by Koh Santepheap Daily; - On November 19, 2013, Chinese Mining Firm Plans Siem Reap Extraction, by The Cambodia Daily; and - Mitsui Mineral Development Engineering's progress report 2009:The Master Plan Study for Promotion of the Mining Industry in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
Date of data 11/01/2011
Completeness This interactive map contains all of the data that is currently available to ODC and is not exhaustive. Projects or areas with publicly known boundaries are mapped as polygons; those without publicly known boundaries are represented as dots on the map. The dots are placed in the center of the closest known geographical area and thus do not represent exact locations. The development landscape is constantly changing, and there are also additional developments for which data is not available. While ODC takes every effort to ensure that the details in this map are accurate and up to date, some of the projects or areas marked on the map may have since been modified or cancelled since the map was published. Moreover, additional developments may have been approved that are not yet included here.
License CC-BY-4.0

Hansen tree cover 2000: Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar

Description A dataset visualising tree cover across the Greater Mekong Subregion at 30 x 30m resolution. For the purpose of this study, “tree cover” was defined as all vegetation taller than 5 meters in height. “Tree cover” is the biophysical presence of trees and may take the form of natural forests or plantations existing over a range of canopy densities. Dataset is encoded as a percentage per output grid cell, in the range 0-100. Open Development Mekong has trimmed this data to the area of interest represented here.
Source(s) Global Forest Watch / Hansen, M. C., P. V. Potapov, R. Moore, M. Hancher, S. A. Turubanova, A. Tyukavina, D. Thau, S. V. Stehman, S. J. Goetz, T. R. Loveland, A. Kommareddy, A. Egorov, L. Chini, C. O. Justice, and J. R. G. Townshend. 2013. “Tree Cover.” University of Maryland, Google, USGS, and NASA.
Date of data 07/20/2000
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Health facilities in Cambodia (2010)

Description This dataset details information on health facilities such as health posts, health centers, referral hospitals and operation districts in Cambodia. The data is originally established by the Ministry of Health (MoH) but contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team collects the data in shapefile format from HDX website and re-published it on ODC's website.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ Ministry of Health in Cambodia Address: #151-153, Kampuchea Krom Blvd (St.128), Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia. Fax: +855 23 426 034/884 909. +855 722 933. Telephone: +855 722 933.
Date of data 01/01/2010
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Health facilities in Cambodia (2010)

Description This dataset details information on health facilities such as health posts, health centers, referral hospitals and operation districts in Cambodia. The data is originally established by the Ministry of Health (MoH) but contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team collects the data in shapefile format from HDX website and re-published it on ODC's website.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ Ministry of Health in Cambodia Address: #151-153, Kampuchea Krom Blvd (St.128), Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia. Fax: +855 23 426 034/884 909. +855 722 933. Telephone: +855 722 933.
Date of data 01/01/2010
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Water and sanitation coverage in Cambodia (2016)

Description This data details the information on the access to latrines and water filters in Battambang, Kampong Cham, Kampong Chhnang, Kampong Speu, Kampong Thom, Tboung Khmum, Pailin and Takeo, where WaterSHED has implemented its sanitation and hygiene projects. It has a coverage over 5,801 villages, from 527 communes and across 58 districts.
Source(s) WaterSHED Cambodia. "Sanitation data coverage." Retrieved from http://www.watershedasia.org/sanitation-data-coverage/
Date of data 07/30/2015
Completeness Household data was collected in 2013 and 2014 from eight provinces in Cambodia where WaterSHED implements its sanitation marketing program. The data was collected by local government officials. This data reflects an accurate snapshot of latrine and water filter coverage at the time of data collection. Since then, the sanitation data has been updated to June 2016 using latrine sales data from small businesses supported by WaterSHED. However, WaterSHED does not collaborate with all latrines producers in the region, so the data may underestimate actual sanitation coverage.
License CC-BY-SA-4.0

Water and sanitation coverage in Cambodia (2016)

Description This data details the information on the access to latrines and water filters in Battambang, Kampong Cham, Kampong Chhnang, Kampong Speu, Kampong Thom, Tboung Khmum, Pailin and Takeo, where WaterSHED has implemented its sanitation and hygiene projects. It has a coverage over 5,801 villages, from 527 communes and across 58 districts.
Source(s) WaterSHED Cambodia. "Sanitation data coverage." Retrieved from http://www.watershedasia.org/sanitation-data-coverage/
Date of data 07/30/2015
Completeness Household data was collected in 2013 and 2014 from eight provinces in Cambodia where WaterSHED implements its sanitation marketing program. The data was collected by local government officials. This data reflects an accurate snapshot of latrine and water filter coverage at the time of data collection. Since then, the sanitation data has been updated to June 2016 using latrine sales data from small businesses supported by WaterSHED. However, WaterSHED does not collaborate with all latrines producers in the region, so the data may underestimate actual sanitation coverage.
License CC-BY-SA-4.0

Hydro-Basins (Level 3)

Hydro-basins provide hydrographic data layers that allow for the derivation of watershed boundaries for any given location based on the near-global, high-resolution SRTM digital elevation model.

Watersheds were delineated in a consistent manner at different scales, and a hierarchical sub-basin breakdown was created following the topological concept of the Pfafstetter coding system (Verdin & Verdin 1999). The resulting polygon layers are termed HydroBASINS and represent a subset of the HydroSHEDS database.

There are 12 levels. Level 3 represent major river systems from headwaters to coast.

Hydropower Dams

A subset of data containing known operational and planned hydropower dams in the Greater Mekong Subregion, for Cambodia, compiled by International Rivers and published in June 2014. Dams data are compiled from various sources, including: the Global Reservoir and Dam (GRanD) Database, the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) Challenge Program on Water and Food - Mekong (for Mekong Basin dams only), the United States National Inventory of Dams (NID), other government dam inventories, and original data collection by International Rivers.

Identification of Households in Cambodia, Round 4 (2010)

Description This dataset describes the poverty levels (1, 2 or other) covering 6,411 villages in 11 provinces. Data were provided to ODC in vector format by Save Cambodia's Wildlife's Atlas Working Group.
Source(s) Ministry of Planning, Royal Government of Cambodia. Identification of Poor Households Programme. Phnom Penh, 2010. https://web.archive.org/web/20140627084931/http://www.mop.gov.kh/Projects/IDPoor/tabid/154/Default.aspx, Save Cambodia's Wildlife. "Poverty." Atlas of Cambodia: maps on socio-economic development and environment. Second ed. Phnom Penh, 2014. 76-79. Print.
Date of data 08/01/0012
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Basic Information of School (2012)

Description This dataset consists of school locations and names and other types of basic information, such as numbers of classes and rooms, numbers of teaching and non-teaching staff, and total enrollment, across Cambodia. The data also details information on preschool, primary school,and lycee and college. It is originally established by Ministry of Education Youth and Sports but contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team collects the data in shapefile format from HDX website and re-published it on ODC's website.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ Ministry of Education Youth and Sport in Cambodia Address: #80, Norodom Blvd. Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia. Email: nfo@moeys.gov.kh /​ webmaster@moeys.gov.kh . Telephone: +855 23 219 285 . Website: http://www.moeys.gov.kh/en/home.html
Date of data 01/01/2012
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Basic Information of School (2012)

Description This dataset consists of school locations and names and other types of basic information, such as numbers of classes and rooms, numbers of teaching and non-teaching staff, and total enrollment, across Cambodia. The data also details information on preschool, primary school,and lycee and college. It is originally established by Ministry of Education Youth and Sports but contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team collects the data in shapefile format from HDX website and re-published it on ODC's website.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ Ministry of Education Youth and Sport in Cambodia Address: #80, Norodom Blvd. Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia. Email: nfo@moeys.gov.kh /​ webmaster@moeys.gov.kh . Telephone: +855 23 219 285 . Website: http://www.moeys.gov.kh/en/home.html
Date of data 01/01/2012
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Main Roads

Main roads of Cambodia. 

Mangroves of Cambodia

This dataset shows the distribution of mangrove forests in Cambodia, derived from earth observation satellite imagery. 

Mine/ERW Casualties (2005- 2013)

Description This dataset shows information about locations of casualties caused by explosive remnants of war (ERW) and mines from 2005 to 2013 across Cambodia. Plus, it also includes number of victims (injured, amputation or killed) from each explosion, as well as the types of explosions; such as mortars, artillery, fuses, anti-personal mines, anti-vehicle mines and so on. It is originally established by The Cambodia Mine/ERW Victim Information System (CMVIS) of Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA), and contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team collected the data in shapefile format from HDX website and re-published it on ODC's website.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ The Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority Address: New Building, Corner Street 273 & 516, Tuol Kork Village, Tuol Sangke Quarter, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Phone / Fax: (+855) 23 880 462/ 228 265, E-mail: info@cmaa.gov.kh, Website: www.cmaa.gov.kh
Date of data 01/01/2013
Completeness
License CC-BY-4.0

Natural Protected Areas in Cambodia (1993-2016)

Description This dataset contains data for six types of protected areas in Cambodia (national park, wildlife santuary, protected landscape, multiple use, natural heritage site, Ramsar site) with issuing dates starting from 1993 to 2016. Data for biosphere reserve, and marine park is currently not available on ODC. Due to the lack of publicly available spatial information on zoning and degazzettment of protected areas, this dataset does not include information on adjustments. The data was collected from government agencies and non-governmental organisations in both pdf and shapefile formats. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system."
Source(s) Royal Gazette from government of Cambodia, Royal Decree, Sub-decree, , Prakas, Reports. 1993-2016. ProtectedPlanet.2011. http://www.protectedplanet.net
Date of data 10/04/15
Completeness This data set contains all of the data that is currently available to Open Development Cambodia (ODC) and is not exhaustive. The development landscape is constantly changing, and there are also additional developments for which data is not available. While ODC takes every effort to ensure that the details in this map are accurate and up to date, some of the protected areas marked on the map may have since been downsized or degazzetted since the map was published. Due to the lack of publicly available spatial information on zoning and degazzettment of protected areas, this dataset does not include information on adjustments.
License CC-BY-4.0

Natural Protected Areas in Cambodia (1993-2016)

Description This dataset contains data for six types of protected areas in Cambodia (national park, wildlife santuary, protected landscape, multiple use, natural heritage site, Ramsar site) with issuing dates starting from 1993 to 2016. Data for biosphere reserve, and marine park is currently not available on ODC. Due to the lack of publicly available spatial information on zoning and degazzettment of protected areas, this dataset does not include information on adjustments. The data was collected from government agencies and non-governmental organisations in both pdf and shapefile formats. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system."
Source(s) Royal Gazette from government of Cambodia, Royal Decree, Sub-decree, , Prakas, Reports. 1993-2016. ProtectedPlanet.2011. http://www.protectedplanet.net
Date of data 10/04/15
Completeness This data set contains all of the data that is currently available to Open Development Cambodia (ODC) and is not exhaustive. The development landscape is constantly changing, and there are also additional developments for which data is not available. While ODC takes every effort to ensure that the details in this map are accurate and up to date, some of the protected areas marked on the map may have since been downsized or degazzetted since the map was published. Due to the lack of publicly available spatial information on zoning and degazzettment of protected areas, this dataset does not include information on adjustments.
License CC-BY-4.0

Natural Protected Areas in Cambodia (1993-2016)

Description This dataset contains data for six types of protected areas in Cambodia (national park, wildlife santuary, protected landscape, multiple use, natural heritage site, Ramsar site) with issuing dates starting from 1993 to 2016. Data for biosphere reserve, and marine park is currently not available on ODC. Due to the lack of publicly available spatial information on zoning and degazzettment of protected areas, this dataset does not include information on adjustments. The data was collected from government agencies and non-governmental organisations in both pdf and shapefile formats. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system."
Source(s) Royal Gazette from government of Cambodia, Royal Decree, Sub-decree, , Prakas, Reports. 1993-2016. ProtectedPlanet.2011. http://www.protectedplanet.net
Date of data 10/04/15
Completeness This data set contains all of the data that is currently available to Open Development Cambodia (ODC) and is not exhaustive. The development landscape is constantly changing, and there are also additional developments for which data is not available. While ODC takes every effort to ensure that the details in this map are accurate and up to date, some of the protected areas marked on the map may have since been downsized or degazzetted since the map was published. Due to the lack of publicly available spatial information on zoning and degazzettment of protected areas, this dataset does not include information on adjustments.
License CC-BY-4.0

No Evidence of Adjustments

ODC is not aware of any adjustments to the concession since it was first granted.

Oil and gas blocks in Cambodia (2007-2014)

This dataset describes the information of oil and gas in Cambodia from 2007 to 2014. The data was collected from many sources by ODC’s mappers such as government and NGO agency in pdf format. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.

Health facilities in Cambodia (2010)

Description This dataset details information on health facilities such as health posts, health centers, referral hospitals and operation districts in Cambodia. The data is originally established by the Ministry of Health (MoH) but contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team collects the data in shapefile format from HDX website and re-published it on ODC's website.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ Ministry of Health in Cambodia Address: #151-153, Kampuchea Krom Blvd (St.128), Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia. Fax: +855 23 426 034/884 909. +855 722 933. Telephone: +855 722 933.
Date of data 01/01/2010
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Mining licenses in Cambodia (1995-2014)

Description This dataset contains data for mining licenses in Cambodia from 1995 to 2014. The data was collected from various sources such as government documents, news, company profiles, NGO reports and other publications in pdf and shapefile formats. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.
Source(s) The mining license data available on ODC's website are from various sources: - Prakas from 1995-1997, Royal gazette; - Mining licenses from 2008-2012, Ministry of Industry Mines and Energy; - Ministry of Commerce's online database (the data were collected from the site in 2014 and 2016); - 2012 Mining company table from NGO Forum; - Company profile websites; - FA website's TWG - F&E: list of land for mineral areas 2005; - Transol Corporation's report 2012: Cambodia - New project 100% granted – Andong Bor; - Mineral company in Cambodia table, updated by EISEI in June 2012; - By 2013, 26 companies granted mining exploitation license in Preah Vihear, Cambodia Express News (CEN) reported, on March 19, 2014; - 16 companies are conducting underground metal ores exploration in Uddor Meanchey province, by Koh Santepheap Daily; - On November 19, 2013, Chinese Mining Firm Plans Siem Reap Extraction, by The Cambodia Daily; and - Mitsui Mineral Development Engineering's progress report 2009:The Master Plan Study for Promotion of the Mining Industry in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
Date of data 11/01/2011
Completeness This interactive map contains all of the data that is currently available to ODC and is not exhaustive. Projects or areas with publicly known boundaries are mapped as polygons; those without publicly known boundaries are represented as dots on the map. The dots are placed in the center of the closest known geographical area and thus do not represent exact locations. The development landscape is constantly changing, and there are also additional developments for which data is not available. While ODC takes every effort to ensure that the details in this map are accurate and up to date, some of the projects or areas marked on the map may have since been modified or cancelled since the map was published. Moreover, additional developments may have been approved that are not yet included here.
License CC-BY-4.0

Road and railway networks in Cambodia (2012- 2016)

Description Road networks are produced by Open Street Map. ODC's map and data team extracted the data in vector format. Moreover, the polyline data of rainway​ given by Save Cambodia's Wildlife's Atlas Working Group in Cambodia for two statuses such as existing, proposed new lines in Cambodia.
Source(s) Open Street Map, www.openstreetmap.org Save Cambodia's Wildlife. In Atlas of Cambodia: maps on socio-economic development and environment. Second ed. Phnom Penh, 2014. Print. Aruna Technology Ltd 417 Sisowath Blvd, Sangkat Chaktomuk, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Land Line: +855 (0)23 215 231 Fax: +855 (0)23 215 234 Email: info.aruna@arunatechnology.com
Date of data 01/02/2012
Completeness
License CC-BY-4.0

Basic Information of School (2012)

Description This dataset consists of school locations and names and other types of basic information, such as numbers of classes and rooms, numbers of teaching and non-teaching staff, and total enrollment, across Cambodia. The data also details information on preschool, primary school,and lycee and college. It is originally established by Ministry of Education Youth and Sports but contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team collects the data in shapefile format from HDX website and re-published it on ODC's website.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ Ministry of Education Youth and Sport in Cambodia Address: #80, Norodom Blvd. Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia. Email: nfo@moeys.gov.kh /​ webmaster@moeys.gov.kh . Telephone: +855 23 219 285 . Website: http://www.moeys.gov.kh/en/home.html
Date of data 01/01/2012
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Basic Information of School (2012)

Description This dataset consists of school locations and names and other types of basic information, such as numbers of classes and rooms, numbers of teaching and non-teaching staff, and total enrollment, across Cambodia. The data also details information on preschool, primary school,and lycee and college. It is originally established by Ministry of Education Youth and Sports but contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team collects the data in shapefile format from HDX website and re-published it on ODC's website.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ Ministry of Education Youth and Sport in Cambodia Address: #80, Norodom Blvd. Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia. Email: nfo@moeys.gov.kh /​ webmaster@moeys.gov.kh . Telephone: +855 23 219 285 . Website: http://www.moeys.gov.kh/en/home.html
Date of data 01/01/2012
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Natural Protected Areas in Cambodia (1993-2016)

Description This dataset contains data for six types of protected areas in Cambodia (national park, wildlife santuary, protected landscape, multiple use, natural heritage site, Ramsar site) with issuing dates starting from 1993 to 2016. Data for biosphere reserve, and marine park is currently not available on ODC. Due to the lack of publicly available spatial information on zoning and degazzettment of protected areas, this dataset does not include information on adjustments. The data was collected from government agencies and non-governmental organisations in both pdf and shapefile formats. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system."
Source(s) Royal Gazette from government of Cambodia, Royal Decree, Sub-decree, , Prakas, Reports. 1993-2016. ProtectedPlanet.2011. http://www.protectedplanet.net
Date of data 10/04/15
Completeness This data set contains all of the data that is currently available to Open Development Cambodia (ODC) and is not exhaustive. The development landscape is constantly changing, and there are also additional developments for which data is not available. While ODC takes every effort to ensure that the details in this map are accurate and up to date, some of the protected areas marked on the map may have since been downsized or degazzetted since the map was published. Due to the lack of publicly available spatial information on zoning and degazzettment of protected areas, this dataset does not include information on adjustments.
License CC-BY-4.0

Basemap of Cambodia (2014)

Description These datasets contain three different types of administrative boundary levels: provincial, district and commune which were contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). The datasets were obtained from the Department of Geography of Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction (MLMUPC) in 2008 and then unofficially updated in 2014 by referring to Sub-decrees on administrative modifications. Most Recent Changes: New province added (Tbong Khmum), with underlying districts and communes.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs stores the data on HDX website: https://data.humdata.org/dataset/cambodia-admin-level-1-boundaries (Level 1) https://data.humdata.org/dataset/cambodia-admin-level-2-boundaries (Level 2) https://data.humdata.org/dataset/cambodia-admin-level-3-boundaries (Level 3)
Date of data 10/14/2014
Completeness ODC makes no representation or warranty, either expressed or implied, in fact or in law, with respect to the accuracy, completeness or appropriateness of the data, materials or documents contained or referenced herein or provided.
License CC-BY-4.0

Radio station in Cambodia

Description This dataset describes the information of radio station for each of Cambodia’s province. The data was collected from website of fmscan.org by ODC’s mappers in image format. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.
Source(s) FMSCAN software development. Cambodia FM Transmitter Map. 2012.
Date of data 11/01/2011
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License unspecified

Radio station in Cambodia

Description This dataset describes the information of radio station for each of Cambodia’s province. The data was collected from website of fmscan.org by ODC’s mappers in image format. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.
Source(s) FMSCAN software development. Cambodia FM Transmitter Map. 2012.
Date of data 11/01/2011
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License unspecified

Radio station in Cambodia

Description This dataset describes the information of radio station for each of Cambodia’s province. The data was collected from website of fmscan.org by ODC’s mappers in image format. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.
Source(s) FMSCAN software development. Cambodia FM Transmitter Map. 2012.
Date of data 11/01/2011
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License unspecified

Radio station in Cambodia

Description This dataset describes the information of radio station for each of Cambodia’s province. The data was collected from website of fmscan.org by ODC’s mappers in image format. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.
Source(s) FMSCAN software development. Cambodia FM Transmitter Map. 2012.
Date of data 11/01/2011
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License unspecified

Radio station in Cambodia

Description This dataset describes the information of radio station for each of Cambodia’s province. The data was collected from website of fmscan.org by ODC’s mappers in image format. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.
Source(s) FMSCAN software development. Cambodia FM Transmitter Map. 2012.
Date of data 11/01/2011
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License unspecified

Radio station in Cambodia

Description This dataset describes the information of radio station for each of Cambodia’s province. The data was collected from website of fmscan.org by ODC’s mappers in image format. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.
Source(s) FMSCAN software development. Cambodia FM Transmitter Map. 2012.
Date of data 11/01/2011
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License unspecified

Radio station in Cambodia

Description This dataset describes the information of radio station for each of Cambodia’s province. The data was collected from website of fmscan.org by ODC’s mappers in image format. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.
Source(s) FMSCAN software development. Cambodia FM Transmitter Map. 2012.
Date of data 11/01/2011
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License unspecified

Railway Lines

Vector line data for existing, under construction, planned / potential railway lines in Cambodia.

 

Natural Protected Areas in Cambodia (1993-2016)

Description This dataset contains data for six types of protected areas in Cambodia (national park, wildlife santuary, protected landscape, multiple use, natural heritage site, Ramsar site) with issuing dates starting from 1993 to 2016. Data for biosphere reserve, and marine park is currently not available on ODC. Due to the lack of publicly available spatial information on zoning and degazzettment of protected areas, this dataset does not include information on adjustments. The data was collected from government agencies and non-governmental organisations in both pdf and shapefile formats. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system."
Source(s) Royal Gazette from government of Cambodia, Royal Decree, Sub-decree, , Prakas, Reports. 1993-2016. ProtectedPlanet.2011. http://www.protectedplanet.net
Date of data 10/04/15
Completeness This data set contains all of the data that is currently available to Open Development Cambodia (ODC) and is not exhaustive. The development landscape is constantly changing, and there are also additional developments for which data is not available. While ODC takes every effort to ensure that the details in this map are accurate and up to date, some of the protected areas marked on the map may have since been downsized or degazzetted since the map was published. Due to the lack of publicly available spatial information on zoning and degazzettment of protected areas, this dataset does not include information on adjustments.
License CC-BY-4.0

Health facilities in Cambodia (2010)

Description This dataset details information on health facilities such as health posts, health centers, referral hospitals and operation districts in Cambodia. The data is originally established by the Ministry of Health (MoH) but contributed by Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). ODC's map and data team collects the data in shapefile format from HDX website and re-published it on ODC's website.
Source(s) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Asia and the Pacific. Email: unocha@un.org Website: http://www.unocha.org/ Ministry of Health in Cambodia Address: #151-153, Kampuchea Krom Blvd (St.128), Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia. Fax: +855 23 426 034/884 909. +855 722 933. Telephone: +855 722 933.
Date of data 01/01/2010
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Registered Indigenous Communal Land

This dataset contains information on the land titles of the indigenous communities registered and issued by the Ministry of Land Management Urban Planing and Construction, from 2009 to 2015. Located in Mondulkiri, Ratanakiri and Kratie, the communal land titles were delivered to Kreung,Tumpoun and Pnong indigenous communities, and stretched over the total land area of 7,792.47 hectares.

Hydropower reservoirs in Cambodia (1999-2010)

Description This dataset describes the information of hydropower reservoirs for each of Cambodia’s province from 2009 to 2010. The data was collected from many sources by ODC’s mappers such as government and NGO agency in pdf format. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.
Source(s) Aruna Technology. Rapid Assessment of Prey Land Forest Final Report. 2009. Mekong River Commission. Profiles of 12 proposed Mainstream developments in the LMB. 2010. Asia Development Bank (ADB). Basins Hydropower study Final Report. 1999
Date of data 01/03/2011
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License unspecified

Revoked

The concession has been cancelled with or without a history of reductions in size.

Rice ecosystem map for Cambodia

Description This vector dataset provides the locations of rice ecosystem types in Cambodia, as given by the International Rice Research Institute's (IRRI) Cambodia-IRRI Rice Project. Four different ecosystems are given: Rainfed upland rice, Recession rice, Deep water/floating rice, Rainfed lowland rice, Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84 coordinate reference system. Data were provided to ODC in vector format by Save Cambodia's Wildlife's Atlas Working Group.
Source(s) គIRRI Project, CIRP (date unknown). Save Cambodia's Wildlife. "Rice Ecosystems." Atlas of Cambodia: maps on socio-economic development and environment. Second ed. Phnom Penh, 2014. 139-140. Print.
Date of data 10/04/15
Completeness There are no known issues with completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Rivers

Vector polyline data of river networks in Cambodia. Attributes include: name of river, name of basin, name of sub-basin, Strahler number.

 

Seaports

Seaports of Cambodia including attribute names and location.

 

Mining licenses in Cambodia (1995-2014)

Description This dataset contains data for mining licenses in Cambodia from 1995 to 2014. The data was collected from various sources such as government documents, news, company profiles, NGO reports and other publications in pdf and shapefile formats. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.
Source(s) The mining license data available on ODC's website are from various sources: - Prakas from 1995-1997, Royal gazette; - Mining licenses from 2008-2012, Ministry of Industry Mines and Energy; - Ministry of Commerce's online database (the data were collected from the site in 2014 and 2016); - 2012 Mining company table from NGO Forum; - Company profile websites; - FA website's TWG - F&E: list of land for mineral areas 2005; - Transol Corporation's report 2012: Cambodia - New project 100% granted – Andong Bor; - Mineral company in Cambodia table, updated by EISEI in June 2012; - By 2013, 26 companies granted mining exploitation license in Preah Vihear, Cambodia Express News (CEN) reported, on March 19, 2014; - 16 companies are conducting underground metal ores exploration in Uddor Meanchey province, by Koh Santepheap Daily; - On November 19, 2013, Chinese Mining Firm Plans Siem Reap Extraction, by The Cambodia Daily; and - Mitsui Mineral Development Engineering's progress report 2009:The Master Plan Study for Promotion of the Mining Industry in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
Date of data 11/01/2011
Completeness This interactive map contains all of the data that is currently available to ODC and is not exhaustive. Projects or areas with publicly known boundaries are mapped as polygons; those without publicly known boundaries are represented as dots on the map. The dots are placed in the center of the closest known geographical area and thus do not represent exact locations. The development landscape is constantly changing, and there are also additional developments for which data is not available. While ODC takes every effort to ensure that the details in this map are accurate and up to date, some of the projects or areas marked on the map may have since been modified or cancelled since the map was published. Moreover, additional developments may have been approved that are not yet included here.
License CC-BY-4.0

Soils

Asian Development Bank/ Environment Operations Center (www.gms-eoc.org) based on UN FAO Digital Soil Map of the World V 3.6 (www.fao.org/geonetwork).

 

Special Economic Zones and Cross Border Economic Zones

The total number of 34 SEZ is recorded. The data was collected from many sources by ODC’s mappers such as the royal gazette of Cambodia's government, and reports of the governmental ministries in hard and soft copies of pdf format. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system.

Substations

This dataset describes the information of substations for each of Cambodia’s province in 2011.

Transmission Lines

This dataset describes the information of transmission lines for each of Cambodia’s province from 2009 to 2015.

Water Bodies in Cambodia

It is the vector polygon data of Cambodian water bodies, which include lakes and major rivers. Its attributes include river and lake names in Khmer and English, waterway, landuse and natural.

Well Locations in Cambodia (2010)

Description This dataset contains information of well locations, water quality (arsenic, iron contamination...), drilling, digging and lithology. The well map database is an initiative of the Ministry of Rural Development of Cambodia, piloted with financial support from the Water and Sanitation Program of the World Bank, and published online in March 2010. The historical data of water quality, well and arsenic database were also contributed by the following organizations and projects including: Tonle Sap Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project funded by ADB, Resources Development International (RDI), UNICEF and World Vision International. This dataset is also available for downloading on Cambodia WellMap website in Microsoft Access format. ODC's map and data team has collected and converted it into shapefile, kml and geojson formats, then re-published on ODC's website.
Source(s) Ministry of Rural Development of Cambodia, Tonle Sap Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Project funded by ADB, Water quality database of Resource Development International (RDI), Well database and Arsenic database of UNICEF, , and Well database of World Vision International.
Date of data 03/01/2010
Completeness There are no known about the issues of completeness.
License CC-BY-4.0

Natural Protected Areas in Cambodia (1993-2016)

Description This dataset contains data for six types of protected areas in Cambodia (national park, wildlife santuary, protected landscape, multiple use, natural heritage site, Ramsar site) with issuing dates starting from 1993 to 2016. Data for biosphere reserve, and marine park is currently not available on ODC. Due to the lack of publicly available spatial information on zoning and degazzettment of protected areas, this dataset does not include information on adjustments. The data was collected from government agencies and non-governmental organisations in both pdf and shapefile formats. Geographic data is encoded in the WGS 84, Zone 48 North coordinate reference system."
Source(s) Royal Gazette from government of Cambodia, Royal Decree, Sub-decree, , Prakas, Reports. 1993-2016. ProtectedPlanet.2011. http://www.protectedplanet.net
Date of data 10/04/15
Completeness This data set contains all of the data that is currently available to Open Development Cambodia (ODC) and is not exhaustive. The development landscape is constantly changing, and there are also additional developments for which data is not available. While ODC takes every effort to ensure that the details in this map are accurate and up to date, some of the protected areas marked on the map may have since been downsized or degazzetted since the map was published. Due to the lack of publicly available spatial information on zoning and degazzettment of protected areas, this dataset does not include information on adjustments.
License CC-BY-4.0
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