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.
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Technology that helped the disaster-stricken areas of Nepal and flood-prone Bangladesh is now extending its reach to Asia’s Lower Mekong River. It is expected to better predict and cope with floods and other natural disasters and build greater resilience to the negative effects of climate change.
In Phnom Penh’s Stung Meanchey municipal, the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) is set to open a new eco-friendly, technology school in the Stung Meanchey area, one of the many efforts by NGOs in the area to provide an affordable or free education for the children living on the former dumpsite.
Wetland Works! is working with World Toilet Organisation to bring innovative systems in the form of floating toilets to schools in Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Lake through a crowdfunding campaign.