- 30 June 2014
- The Cambodia Daily
- Concessions / Development policy and administration / Environment and natural resources / Floods / Government / Human rights / Infrastructure / Land / Land tenure and land titling / Phnom Penh / Provincial and local governments / Public land lease / Rivers and lakes / Social development / Urban administration and development / Water and sanitation / Water resources
- Boeng Kak / Boeng Pong Peay / Boeng Reak Reay / Boeng Snor / Boeng Tompun / Boeng Trabek / Drainage and Sewer Improvement Project / European Commission’s International Scientific Cooperation / Japanese International Cooperation Agency / JICA / Long Dimanche / Phnom Penh City Hall / Togo Uchida
Looking out from his house, held up by three-meter stilts on a peninsula that juts into Boeng Tompun lake, Chan Sokhom can see the sand inching closer to him every day. Within a few years, the sand will likely reach his doorstep. By then, Mr. Sokhom ...
Cameron Rhoads and Sek Odom
- 10 May 2013
- The Cambodia Daily
- Economy and commerce / Environment and natural resources / Infrastructure / Phnom Penh / Pollution and waste / Population and censuses / Rivers and lakes / Transport and shipping / Urban administration and development / Urban sanitation infrastructure / Urban water and sanitation infrastructure / Water and sanitation / Water and sanitation infrastructure and facilities / Water pollution / Waterways and ports
- Boeng Trabek / Boeng Trabek pumping station / Boeung Tampoun / Bonna Realty Group / Bonna Realty Group CEO Noun Rithy / Cambodia Environment Outlook UN report 2008 / construction / Construction projects / De Castle Royal / drainage networks / drainage pipes / drainage project / drainage system / environmental damage / Housing Developments / human health / In Chamkar Mon District / Infrastructure / Japan International Cooperation Agency / JICA / lakes / Ministry of Public Works / Noun Rithy / Overseas Cambodia Investment Corporation / Overseas Cambodia Investment Corporation deputy CEO Touch Samnang / Phnom Penh / Phnom Penh canals / Phnom Penh City Hall / raw sewage / Sewage Problem / Sewage system / shopping malls / Tonle Bassac river / Tonle Sap river / waste management / wastewater treatment plant / water pipes / water pipes network / water waste management / waterwatse / waterways
Since 1998, Phnom Penh’s population has doubled to more than 2 million. High-rise buildings have popped up in the city’s center and housing developments have been hastily erected. Yet the city’s antiquated, decades-old drainage system has undergone little improvement in that time and experts say the ...