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Understanding of autism education increasing locally

Publication date 28 June 2022 | 20:30 | ICT

Parents who have children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are becoming increasingly aware of this congenital cerebral paralysis and are sending their children for special education classes in private educational institutes and



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    More than 430,000 Cambodia people aged 20-79 are living with diabetes, while the number of deaths from the disease has risen to 3,362, or about 3.75 per cent of the annual death toll, according to data released in 2020 by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

  • CAVAC empowering women farmers through tech

    From the first women entrepreneur to introduce drones for agricultural use in Battambang, to a female commune council member who can focus on office work and rice farming at the same time thanks to an innovative irrigation system, Cambodia-Australia Agricultural Chain Programme

  • Bunsoeurn: From mine victim to commune councillor

    Sab Bunsoeurn, 58, is many things. He’s a family man, married for over 20 years with three children. He’s a commune council member in Preah Vihear province’s Choam Ksan district.

  • Battambang governor on public service and ‘smart town’ transformations

    Battambang provincial governor Sok Lou was appointed by His Majesty King Norodom Sihamoni on September 30 last year. He was transferred from the governorship of Kampong Thom province.

  • Public blood donations falling short

    The blood donations of young people from many large organisations have made a significant contribution to saving the lives of many patients in the Kingdom.

  • Exodus of migrant workers lingers on

    Many Cambodian migrant workers continue to cross the border to seek work in Thailand, despite the dangers and risks of the illegal crossing.

  • Phone use while driving ‘23 times more dangerous’

    Most road accident prevention efforts in Cambodia have focused on things like speeding or driving drunk, but cell phone use while driving is also a serious concern for road safety.

  • Phnom Penh’s Citybus rolls on, despite Covid downturn

    The Covid-19 pandemic forced the suspension of many public services, and the Phnom Penh public bus system was one of them.

  • Food safety on radar as law takes effect

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  • Gone the way of the cyclo? Khmer tuk-tuk not finished yet, say drivers

    ‘Indian tuk-tuks”, which are smaller, easier to drive on narrow roads and cheaper to operate due to running on liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), have rapidly gained popularity and look likely to overtake the traditional four-wheeled tuk-tuk, or Remorque, once known as the “Emperors of the Road”.