Khmer section on inverted pages; pages numbered from opposite direction.
|Other titles||Jhānḷoeṅ daumukh knuṅ kārsṭār niṅ qabhivaḍḍhn Kambujā tām dassanàvisăy rayàbel vaeṅ|
|Statement||prepared by the core staff at the Council for the Development of Cambodia under the direction of Keat Chhon.|
|Contributions||Gāt Jhān., Council for the Development of Cambodia., Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||99910660|
Cambodia currently ranks th out of countries in the United Nations Human Development Index and 81st among developing countries for the Human Poverty Index. According to official government statistics, 35% of Cambodians live under the national poverty line which stands at just over 50 US Cents, and 22% below the threshold of extreme. This European Development Cooperation Strategy for Cambodia establishes a joint long-term vision for European partners' development cooperation in Cambodia and reaffirms European partners' commitments to supporting Cambodia and responding to the country's needs as identified by the Royal Government of Cambodia. Cambodia’s HDI of is below the average of for countries in the medium human development group and below the average of for countries in East Asia and the Pacific. From East Asia and the Pacific, countries which are File Size: KB. Cambodia’s socio-economic rehabilitation and development under its national motto “Nation, Religion and King”. 4. Based on experiences and outcomes of the Fourth Legislature and the “Political Platform” of the Fifth Legislature, the Royal Government is of the view that the Rectangular Strategy, especially its central theme.
UNOFFICIAL TRANSLATION -I-Executive Summary 1. Driven by its long-term vision toward , particularly as expressed in the “Rectangular Strategy – Phase III”, the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) has prepared and adopted this “Industrial Development Policy” as a guide to promote the country's industrial development that will help maintain sustainable and inclusive File Size: KB. Country Case Cambodia Philip Courtnadge, UNDP Senior Adviser, Cambodian Rehabilitation and Development Board development partners, Cambodia’s objectives can be summarised as the need to promote development effectiveness, which has been defined in the Cambodia context as follows: Long-term trends (Chart 2) show that the total aid/GDP. 4 Figure 2: HDI trends for Cambodia, Papua New Guinea and Lao People's Democratic Republic, Cambodia’s HDI of is below the average of for countries in the medium human development group and below the average of for countries in File Size: KB. News article summaries are extracted from their sources, as guided by fair-use principles and are copyrighted by their respective sources. Materials on the Open Development Cambodia (ODC) website and its accompanying database are compiled from publicly available documentation and provided without fee for general informational purposes only.
National Strategic Development Plan vii EXECUTIVE SUMMARY1 Introduction 1. Cambodia has traversed a long way since emerging in January , from almost four years of its darkest period in history. From below ground zero the country bounced back to normalcy and rebuilt destroyed institutions and capacity in various fields. Welcome to The University of Arizona’s Research Catalog, an instance of Elsevier’s Pure Experts. The Research Catalog allows you to search for experts by navigating the hierarchy below, by concept or last name using the search box, or by free text inputs such as articles or funding opportunity announcements. Cambodia is a member of the WHO Alliance for the Global Elimination of Trachoma (GET ), which falls under the umbrella of VISION A rapid assessment of trachoma and its risk factors is planned in 3 provinces with objectives to determine the occurrence of blinding trachoma, measure its magnitude and the severity of the by: 1. Development cooperation trends in Cambodia 2 Long-term trends (Chart 2) show that the total aid/GDP ratio fluctuates around the 10% level for the entire period as external cooperation funding and GDP have grown at similar rates over the period. By , external support had increased to represent approximately USD per capita annually.