Cambodian Journalists Alliance Association
Information Minister Neth Pheaktra talks during the annual conference on January 22, 2024. (Neth Pheaktra’s facebook)

Ministry of Information Finalizing Protracted Access to Information Draft Law



A microfinance credit officer in Ratanakiri recently told me he thought Cambodia’s Indigenous communities would be landless in the next 10 years, as they sell off their land to pay off loans. His worrying prediction comes in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, when financial instability pushed even more people in the country to take on debt. Many local community members, including Indigenous communities, have borrowed money from banks and microfinance institutions to buy land, pay for medical expenses, build houses, fund farms, carry out religious ceremonies and pay school tuition. But many of these communities are struggling to pay back their debt.
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Despite women's significant contributions to our agrifood systems in the Asia-Pacific region, women continue to face persistent obstacles, including limited access to resources, services, and discriminatory practices all along the food value chain. As we gather to celebrate this year’s International Women's Day (IWD), it is time for action, to fully recognize women's indispensable role in the fields, in the factories, and those running small and medium-sized companies, associations and cooperatives – all of which produce the nutritious food we eat each day.
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The online beauty industry in Cambodia has grown significantly in recent years, with the growing popularity of K-beauty trends and online shopping. Sales of these products online nearly quadrupled between 2015 and 2022, with a projected $150 billion in sales by 2027, according to a McKinsey report. 
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