Facebook has partnered with Smart Axiata, a telecommunications service provider company, to bring Free Basics to Cambodia. This means that Cambodian users will be able to access a range of basic internet services for free via Free Basics’ mobile website or through their mobile application. The Kingdom will be the 22nd country in the world where this project will be launched, providing an opportunity for internet usage in rural areas. This service will be available in Khmer as well as in English.
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Calling all IT enthusiasts! The “Youth Mobile App Development Training Program” is going to happen here in Cambodia and we urge all interested applicants to sign up now. Through this 2 to 3 month long program, you will be able to hone your IT skills and be better equipped to address social needs. This initiative is implemented under the project supported by United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in collaboration with InSTEDD iLab Southeast Asia.
Ever since the 1990s, Cambodia has experienced an exponential growth of Non-profit Organisations (NGOs) and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs). One of the main concerns for many local CSOs in the Kingdom is sourcing for funds, which often turns out to be a time-consuming process as donors and the necessary support needed are not as readily available amongst the local communities here.
Released on May 2015 and available in all major Cambodian mobile retail shops, the Oppo Joy Plus is big in features yet light on the pocket, weighing at just 125g with an affordable price at $110 dollars.