Publication date 07 October 2019 | 20:32 | ICT
‘Be your own colour, don’t let anyone define you.” This is the message of Colours – Por, a short animation by art school graduate Koa Senghuo and studio Phare Visual that emerged victorious at Cambodia DigiCon6 in August.
Publication date 30 September 2019 | 20:36 | ICT
In a workshop in Stung Meanchey commune’s Trea village in Phnom Penh, women busily sew school uniforms for Cambodian children – as well as children living thousands of miles away in Europe – for one reason, ‘their smile’.+
Publication date 23 September 2019 | 20:50 | ICT
Arriving at orphanage Kais village, Han Faty and her colleagues from Dolphin Logistics International Transportation were emotional to see the many children living with physical abnormalities or physical and intellectual disabilitie
Publication date 19 September 2019 | 15:51 | ICT
OIC Cambodia is on a mission to train more local speech therapists to support the growing number of people in the Kingdom diagnosed with Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy and brain damage.
Publication date 09 September 2019 | 21:08 | ICT
Born with an intellectual disability as the youngest child of the family, Sayha needed his mother to take care of him even in his late teens.
Publication date 02 September 2019 | 20:50 | ICT
It's uncommon to see a villa compound jam-packed full of hundreds of dogs and cats in Phnom Penh.
Publication date 26 August 2019 | 20:59 | ICT
Her face can be seen on billboards, social network sites, television and the silver screen, while she also champions the Helping Kantha Bopha Hospitals campaign and the USAID-funded Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons (CTIP)
Publication date 19 August 2019 | 16:45 | ICT
Founded in July 2012, Buddhism for Education of Cambodia (BEC), a Battambang-based organisation run by a Buddhist monk that aims to promote morality and wellbeing in its students.
Publication date 12 August 2019 | 20:49 | ICT
Wearing a blue t-shirt and jogging bottoms, Eddy is asked to select one of two photos and describe what he sees. Despite being able to understand English, Khmer and Chinese, the 10-year-old struggles to communicate with people.
Publication date 06 August 2019 | 14:49 | ICT
In a remote village surrounded by banana trees, little children in their pyjamas and dirty clothes happily count “1, 2, 3, 4, 5” as they copy their teacher doing aerobic exercises before class.