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Way Forward For Extractive Industries in Asia
The Extractive Industry (EI) is a very important economic sector for a lot of developing countries. The revenue generated from this industry could be used to promote development and poverty reduction, but is exacerbated by the industry’s negative impacts, including human rights and environmental...
Oxfam presents Veerakpheap Award to Samnang Hour
Oxfam in Cambodia proudly presented Mr. Samnang Hour the first leadership award during Oxfam Staff Retreat in Kep province. Samnang demonstrated his leadership without authority both at Oxfam and beyond. He led a rescue mission that saved a man’s life. The award was recognized by Winnie Byanyima,...
Leadership Role And Young People
គាត់ក្មេងចឹង ធ្វើជាអ្នកដឹកនាំបានដែរ? ស្រ្តីនៅតែផ្ទះចឹងត្រូវមានភាពជាអ្នកដឹកនាំដែរ?​
Media workshop
សារព៌ត័មាន! តើសារព័ត៌មាន មានទំនាក់ទំនងអ្វីទៅនិងយុទ្ឋនាការ១៦ថ្ងៃ ក្នុងការលុបបំបាត់អំពើហិង្សាលើស្រ្តី និង កុមារី ? Media! What is the connection between Media and 16days campaign to end violence against women and girls?
The Journey Of Indigenous People For Demand To Respect Their Rights
Kerlan is a human rights defender. He joint “Lakbayan”, which signifies a long journey for him and some national minorities of the Philippines, especially those from his region, who traveled about 2 weeks long to get and camp at the University of the Philippines Diliman in Quezon City in Manila...
A river protector goes against the flow in Cambodia On a recent trip to northern Cambodia, I met a man on a red motorbike, toiling along a muddy road in the rain. He was gathering villagers for a meeting at his home in Pang Ket village. His name is Piev Bern, and he’s a 30-year-old indigenous Prov...
Joining MOEYs to break Guinness World Record
Today Oxfam and partner organization joined in partnership with Ministry of Education Youth and Sport (MoEYS) to break Guinness World Record by gathering 2,500 youth to the largest practical business seminar at Koh Pich. The event also aim to raise awareness about entrepreneurship and to promote...
At least 100 young women and men from Phnom Penh and five provinces celebrated the International Youth Day under the theme “Building Confidence of Young Women”, organized by Cambodia Young Women Empowerment Network (CYWEN), Youth Council of Cambodia (YCC) and Oxfam in Phnom Penh on 12 August.
“I am 47 years old now. I’ve spent 46 years living by and growing with the River. Since I relocated here last year… I miss my old village… I miss the River… I used to always row the boat along the river…”
Onn's 25-year with Oxfam
Without Oxfam I won’t have today, I won’t be able to support my three children for a higher education. They’ve grown up now. They are working as Accountant at EU, IT specialist at World Food Program and Lawyer. They are all married and have their own house. I have four...

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