Rainbow Community Kampuchea (RoCK) is a local NGO founded in 2009 to advocate for equal rights and protection of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in Cambodia.
In the peaceful locality of Prey Veng village, situated in the Srayong commune of Kulen district in Preah Vihear province, a revolution in sustainable farming is underway.
The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, located in the heart of Phnom Penh, is Cambodia’s main memorial site of the Khmer Rouge interrogation and detention centre.
Striving to set an example and educate others on proper plastic disposal, a student and his teammates dedicated over a year to collecting plastic waste from sewage canals in Phnom Penh, resulting in their environmental efforts gaining recognition among young people from ASEAN countries.
At the Mahasarakham University’s (MSU) Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Thailand, a remarkable Cambodian educator stands as a beacon of cultural exchange and linguistic diversity.
A powerful and thought-provoking performance titled Community Voices: Behind the Door debuted in Battambang on August 25.
Plastic bottle caps, shampoo and lotion containers get a new life as student rulers, plastic tiles for home decoration, and more, thanks to a team of individuals who work with the Disability Development Services Programme (DDSP), a Cambodian NGO located in Pursat province.
In a hall within the Nikrot One Kol Toteung Pagoda, a group of individuals oversaw a recent event. The backdrop displayed a design featuring a heart symbol with a red dot beneath it, alongside the phrase “Japan Heart”.
In Koh Chamroeun village, part of Kandal province’s Loeuk Dek district, a new ferry is plying its trade, while serving as a reminder of the lives lost and taking an earnest step towards a safer future.
At the Student Achievement Fair held at Preah Sisowath High School on August 26, Minister of Education, Youth and Sport Hang Chuon Naron praised parents, school leaders, teachers, and the local education NGO KAPE for championing a new era of schools.