Cambodia

5 August 2019
As urban food insecurity attracts growing interest in policy debates, Cecilia Tacoli makes the case for ensuring that the views of poor urban residents both inform and shape solutions. For decades, the global debate around food and nutrition security-focused mainly on production, but there is now increased attention on consumption. This reflects two major transformations: the first is that… Read more
22 July 2019
Sabah should adopt the successful Cavendish banana farm business model in Cambodia to meet the demands of the local and export market, said State Agriculture and Food Industry Minister Datuk Junz Wong. “This is an investment that Sabah needs and it is a product that the state can and should be producing for both the local and export markets,” he said in a statement today. Junz had visited… Read more
23 July 2019
The Health Ministry yesterday launched the Cambodia Nutrition Project 2019-2024 to promote the health of children and women in seven provinces. Health Minister Mam Bun Heng said the project costs $53 million with funding from the government, World Bank, Global Fund for Women, Children, Youth, and the Development Bank of Germany and the Australian government. He said that the project will… Read more
10 July 2019
Seeing farmers spend most of their time on their rice fields and plantations inspired a team of students to create a device that will help lessen their time working and bring them closer to their family. The team of five decided to work together to create phone app Smart Farm Assistance after meeting at the Techno Innovation Challenge Cambodia. The app will allow farmers to check data on soil… Read more
20 June 2019
The government in collaboration with partner NGOs plans to significantly reduce child malnutrition in the Kingdom by 2023. Representatives from the government and NGOs yesterday met in Phnom Penh to discuss a new five-year national strategy on food security and nutrition from this year until 2023. Sok Silo, deputy secretary-general of Council for Agriculture and Rural Development, said that… Read more
23 May 2019
Poor mental health is one of the biggest issues facing us today. By 2030, the cost to the global economy of all mental health problems could amount to $16 trillion. However, rarely is the issue talked about in the context of the factory workers who assemble our day-to-day goods. The majority of factory workers in the world today are domestic or international migrants. Their time in… Read more
17 December 2018
A new fish-based wafer snack – Nutrix, has been developed to treat severe acute malnutrition in children by UNICEF, the French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development (IRD), Copenhagen University (CU) and Danish Care Foods (DCF), in collaboration with the Royal Government of Cambodia. At the launch of the Nutrix production site in Phnom Penh, the partners announced that the… Read more
5 February 2019
American Soybean Association (ASA) World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) leaders joined Cambodian and U.S. government officials and partners today in Phnom Penh to launch a strategic partnership that will grow trade and development of Cambodia’s important aquaculture sector. Cambodia’s Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Veng Sakhon and Chargé d’affaires of the U.S… Read more
31 December 2018
In conjunction with the Ministry of Health, two civil society groups on Friday expressed their concern about malnutrition among children and pregnant women in Cambodia, quoting statistics showing that almost one in three children in the Kingdom suffers from it. Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Alliance (SUN CSA) coordinator Hou Kroeun told reporters at the Media Training on Food Security and… Read more
By Amy Duke5 June 2018
In a perfect world, everyone would have access to nutritious, affordable food. However, as Rick Bates knows, there is no such thing as utopia when it comes to food security, as millions of people around the world have limited food resources. One of those places is Cambodia in Southeast Asia, one of the world's poorest countries, where the rural poverty rate is 24 percent, and 40 percent of… Read more
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