July 24, 2021

Day: July 12, 2021

Miscellaneous

Virtual Conference on Smart City Planning Kicks Off

The Virtual Conference on Smart City Planning organised by Temasek Foundation and the Cambodian Ministry of Civil Service in cooperation with the Royal School of Administration of Cambodia and Civil Service College of Singapore began this morning. The day-long conference was opened under the presidency of H.E. Prum Sokha, Minister of Civil Service, H.E. Ms. […]

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H.E. Prum Sokha: Smart City Means Livable City

“Smart city is not only about digital advance, but means livable city,” underlined H.E. Prum Sokha, Cambodian Minister of Civil Service, while presiding over the opening ceremony of the Virtual Conference on Smart City Planning this morning. According to H.E. Minister, in the future some 70 to 80 percent of the total population of each […]

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COVID-19: Over 300 Imported Cases among 900 New Infections

Cambodia this morning recorded 911 new cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), of which 319 were imported, announced the Ministry of Health in a press release. The same source continued that the country’s COVID-19 tally now rose to 61,870, including 4,873 imported cases. At the same time, it added, 1,002 patients have successfully recovered; bringing […]

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121 Vultures Counted during June 20, 2021 Census

BirdLife International Cambodia Programme said today that 121 vultures were recorded on 20 June 2021, Cambodian Vulture Census. “A total count of 121 birds was recorded, including 20 Red-headed vultures, 66 White-rumped vultures, and 35 Slender-billed vultures. The same vulture census was conducted on 10th June 2021 and the counted result was 82 birds, including […]

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Asian Openbill Remain in Boeung Prek Lapouv Protected Landscape

Bird conservationist has affirmed that Asian Openbills remain present in Boeung Prek Lapouv Protected Landscape in Takeo province. “Our field team concluded there is a good sign for the coming breeding season (2021-2022), the bird will not leave and the number of nests will increase,” said BirdLife International Cambodia Programme in its recent news report. […]

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