Child Friendly School policy brings consistency to Cambodian system

Publication date 08 May 2018 | 13:35 | ICT

Certificates now demonstrate actual learning rather than mere participation in a program



  • Change starts from roots at modest primary school

    Publication date 08 May 2018 | 13:33 | ICT

    West of Derm Kor Market in the heart of Boeung Salang commune in Toul Kork district sits Boeung Salang Primary, a modest public school offering education from kindergarten upwards for the kids of the community.

  • Young students get stuck into a computer lesson.

    Private schools now offering more choice on curriculums

    Publication date 08 May 2018 | 12:07 | ICT

    Following an international syllabus gives students a head start should they continue their education abroad

  • Cambodia tests new school model for high-flying science students

    Publication date 08 May 2018 | 12:06 | ICT

    Cambodia is testing a new model for top science students at three schools in a bid to further improve education across the country.

  • CamEd graduates invest in their future

    Publication date 08 May 2018 | 12:05 | ICT

    ALTHOUGH university graduates Kong Chhun and Yinn Sirivaddahana both had good jobs, they decided to return to school part time to get more qualifications to further their careers at CamEd Business School, one of the best-known adva

  • The good news if you own a Gulfstream G550 business jet is that landing slots are available and there's plenty of space to park it at Cambodia's airports. Charley W. Karl

    A primer on flying to Cambodia in your own business jet

    Publication date 27 April 2018 | 13:47 | ICT

    Not everyone flies coach, and not everyone who arrives in Cambodia by air comes on a commercial carrier.

  • Cargo loaded onto a flight at Phnom Penh International Airport. Supplied

    Another heavy year for air cargo

    Publication date 27 April 2018 | 13:39 | ICT

    Last year was another record year for air cargo handling in Cambodia, with more cargo airlines serving the Kingdom’s airports in response to a growing demand, particularly from garments exporters.

  • Battambang's old airport serves as an informal market during the evenings.

    The forgotten legacy of Cambodia’s abandoned airports

    Publication date 27 April 2018 | 11:44 | ICT

    Cambodia’s aviation sector continues to grow, with airports in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville serving both domestic and international flights.

  • Departure hall of Phnom Penh airport adorned with the Artisans d’Angkor fresco

    Cambodia Airports handles 8.8M passengers, ready for future growth

    Publication date 27 April 2018 | 14:09 | ICT

    CAMBODIA AIRPORTS, the developer and operator of the Kingdom’s three international airports, has invested heavily in developing airport infrastructure to handle a surge in passenger and cargo traffic, and to prepare for futu

  • Local food and beverage brands have opened in the expanded terminal of Phnom Penh International Airport.

    More ways to shop, dine, chill and fly

    Publication date 27 April 2018 | 11:25 | ICT

    With Cambodia’s three international airports welcoming a greater number of flights and a heavier flow of foot traffic, the company managing the airports has been busy expanding their retail, culinary and lounge portfolio to give pas

  • CACS staff place identically cut slices of fruit in plastic trays.

    Cooking for diners who get high before they eat

    Publication date 27 April 2018 | 11:18 | ICT

    Few people ever notice the 2,000- square-metre food preparation facility that lies partially hidden behind a wall on the road beside Phnom Penh International Airport.