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Acknowledging the positive impact of solar energy, and the negative impact of hydropower dam construction, Green ID urged ASEAN government on scaling up the RE policy consideration in order to promote RE, particularly solar panel within ASEAN countries.
Women monitor social, environmental impacts from mining projects
One of her major challenges is to mobilize women in defense of their community and culture, which are under threat from growing mining exploration and exploitation in a region populated with indigenous groups. Mining is particularly disruptive for women, who often bear the brunt, such as...
Marking the one-year anniversary of tragic loss of lives due to the collapse of the Xe Pian Xe-Nam-Noy saddle dam in Lao, representatives of the Mekong communities, river networks, youth from the communities and the universities gathered at the Mekong Public Forum in late July 2019 in Phnom Penh,...
They were impressed with different views of key speakers and presenters around social and environmental impacts of hydropower dam construction, proposed alternative solutions for electricity generation by looking at power development plan 2017/2020 – 2030 of the government and available resources...
Khat Sokhim, Graisea II
​“ខ្ញុំ​អាន​អក្សរ​ខ្មែរមិន​បាន​ល្អ ប៉ុន្តែខ្ញុំនឹងខិត​ខំ​ឱ្យ​អស់​លទ្ធភាព”។ ក្រុមការងារយើង​តែង​តែឮស្ត្រី​និយាយដូច្នេះ​នៅពេលណាយើង​ជួប​ពួកគាត់​នៅ​ទីជនបទ ទោះ​ជា​ពួកគាត់​កំពុង​កាន់​ការងារ​ទទួល​ខុស​ត្រូវ​នៅ​ក្នុង​សហគមន៍​របស់​ខ្លួន​ក៏ដោយ។ ពួកគាត់​មាន​សមត្ថភាព មាន​ ទឹកចិត្ត ហើយ​​រៀនឆាប់ចេះ។ ប៉ុន្តែ...
Oxfam’s flagship program, Gender Transformative and Responsible Agribusiness Investment in South East Asia Phase 2 (GRAISEA, 2018–2021) is supporting women in acquiring skills and building up their confidence to realize their potential as leaders.
The Mekong Basin Connect is an energy strategy that aims to reduce the environmental and social impacts energy sources such as hydropower have on the Mekong region.
The success of the community in protecting the flooded forest and fishery resources while sustaining their livelihoods is commendable, and I was intrigued by notable factors to success – tireless support from FAO, Asian Development Bank, and Fishery Action Coalition Team (FACT) – a partner of Oxfam...
Oxfam together with three partners​ organized a workshop on “Improving Rights to Land and Natural Resources and Laws Enforcement” yesterday in Preah Vihear province to 115 participants from sub-national provincial team including provincial governor, police, arm force and local NGOs.
Oxfam has initiated CSR platforms in Cambodia since 2015. Currently the CSR platform Cambodia has 44 members and the majority of the members are from private companies from different sectors. If you would like to learn more about the CSR platform Cambodia and join the platform, you can go to the...

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