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Boeung Tamok or Boeung Kobsrov is the largest natural lake in Phnom Penh, located on the northwest side of the Read more
The latest research paper Low-income rental housing in urban areas which was jointly published by the Cambodian Alliance of Trade Read more
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Eviction and Relocation Report
Impoverished Cambodian families continue to be evicted despite the Covid-19 pandemic making families vulnerable to sickness and extreme poverty. Following Read more
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Introduction What is climate-smart design? Since more than three decade we know that human activities are affecting our climate. In Read more
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June 22, 2017, Phnom Penh is a rapidly growing city in Cambodia that has seen a massive surge in investment Read more
In the decades after the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime in 1979, former residents, refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs) Read more
Forced eviction in the name of development and beautification is common in Cambodia. In 2011, Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) identified Read more
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