Children and youth advocate for child rights and climate actions on World Children’s Day in Cambodia

Children, young people, authorities, celebrities, civil society organizations, and development partners from all sectors in Cambodia come together Friday to begin a three-day celebration of World Children’s Day 2023, which is officially marked on 20 November. ...

Khmer Times Staff

16 percent of households in Cambodia cannot afford nutritious diet

A total of 16 percent of households in Cambodia cannot afford a nutritious diet, highlighting the importance of social assistance programs to prevent more families from falling behind, said a new report released on Monday. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Minister affirms alignment of UNICEF Cambodia’s country programme

Minister of Planning has reaffirmed the alignment of UNICEF Cambodia’s Country Programme 2024-2028 with the country’s strategies, plans, and sustainable development goal framework. ...

Khmer Times Staff

UNICEF Cambodia and the Ministry of Rural Development join forces to improve rural sanitation and health

In a joint effort to address critical challenges faced by rural communities in Cambodia, UNICEF Cambodia and the Ministry of Rural Development have pledged to work together to combat climate change, improve rural sanitation, and enhance health services. ...

Khmer Times Staff

UNICEF partners with China to pilot climate-resilient WASH technologies in Cambodia

Delegates from China and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on Tuesday started a three-day field visit to Cambodia to conduct a feasibility study for piloting climate-resilient water and sanitation (WASH) technologies and solutions in the kingdom, said a UNICEF’s press statement. ...

Khmer Times Staff

UNICEF urges action to reverse sharp decline in breastfeeding rates in Cambodia

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and its partners on Friday warned of an alarming decline in breastfeeding rates in Cambodia, calling for immediate action to reverse this downward trend. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Cambodia urges religious leaders to help stop violence against children

Cambodia on Monday called on all religious leaders to help stop violence against children by making their followers fully aware of children’s rights, officials said. “We urge all religious leaders to use their religious texts and teachings to stop parents from using violence against children and ...

Global Times News Staff

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