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Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Prime Minister Hun Sen left Cambodia for a four-day official working visit in Japan from Aug. 6-9, 2017.

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Prime Minister Hun Sen left Cambodia for a four-day official working visit in Japan from Aug. 6-9, 2017. Prime Minister Hun Sen will hold a summit meeting with H.E. Shinzo Abe, Japanese Prime Minister, and before proceeding to a Joint Press Announcement, the two Prime Ministers will preside over the signing ceremony of two documents on Japanese assistance to Cambodia – a Grant Aid of Yen 3,948 million, approximately US$35 million for the implementation of the Project for Flood Protection and Drainage Improvement in Phnom Penh Capital City (Phase IV), and a Concessional Loan of Yen 23,502 million, approximately US$209 million for implementing the Sihanoukville Port New Container Terminal Development Project.

Government of Japan has donated an additional amount of US$120,000

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Government of Japan has donated an additional amount of US$120,000 to promote mother and child health in vulnerable areas of Kampong Cham province. Official hand-over of the financing took place recently at the Embassy of Japan in Phnom Penh between Ambassador H.E. Hidehisa Horinouchi and the program manager of Japanese not-for-profit organization called PH-Japan Ms. Fukushima Namiko. The funding will not only be used to strengthen services of health care offices, but also to train village health volunteers and build awareness of community people in order to ensure efficient coverage of mother and child health support.

Cambodia Needs Some US$5,400 Million for Country’s Development for 2018-2020

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[Cambodia Needs Some US$5,400 Million for Country’s Development for 2018-2020]
Source: Agence Kampuchea Presse, as of Aug. 25):

Samdech Prime Minister Hun Sen and his Members of the Cabinet approved draft Public Investment Program (PIP) during the weekly cabinet meeting today (Aug. 25) that Cambodia needs a total of US$5,417 million to carry out the PIP for Three-Year Rolling 2018-2020. For 2018, Cambodia needs US$1,918 million while US$1,785 million in 2019, and US$1,714 million in 2020 to carry out 586 development projects in the three-year period. Between 2018 and 2020, 166 projects, being implemented, need a total of US$2,536 million, while 420 others, to be carried out, require some US$2,881 million. The Royal Government of Cambodia has pledged some US$537 million while the development partners (DPs), US$2,918.1 million, therefore Cambodia needs more US$1,961.8 million. Some 15.3 percent of the total fund will be allocated for projects in social affairs sector, 44 percent for projects in economic sector, 26.9 percent for projects in infrastructure sector, and 13.8 percent for projects in services sector and inter-sectoral program.

Thursday, September 22, 2016

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Monday, June 15, 2015

Attention turns to waterway transport

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The government has received a grant of $5.5 million from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) to conduct a feasibility study on how the Kingdom’s waterways and ports can be better utilised for transport.
The feasibility study is looking at how to improve the movement of goods along 215 kilometres of rivers and estuaries from Phnom Penh to Kampong Cham and Kratie provinces, said Sokhom Pheakavornmony, secretary of state for Public Works and Transport, yesterday.
“We received a grant aid of $5.5 million from the Korean government through KOICA to improve waterways on Mekong River which is in line with government strategies for this mandate which is to improve linkages of waterways, roads, rail and air transportation,” he said.
“So far, there has been less activities of transportation through waterways on the Mekong River, that is why the government is focusing on improving and encouraging more transport activities through Mekong River,” he added.
Improving logistics along other waterways from Phnom Penh to Vietnam and from Bassac River to Siem Reap province have also been looked at with support from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Pheakavornmony added.
The waterways will ease transportation of agricultural products, especially rice, from the eastern provinces to nearby provinces as well as the port in the capital, while bringing down the cost of transport, he said.
The feasibility study will include an environmental impact review taking into account the need to prevent bank erosion from possible dredging along the Mekong River, according to a KOICA announcement last week.
David Van, senior adviser to the Cambodia Rice Federation, said yesterday that utilising Cambodia’s 3,000 kilometres of “navigable waterways” for transport was long overdue.
“When donors or private investors, local or foreign, refer to ‘infrastructure’, they all focus on building bridges, roads, railways, ports, but nobody ever, at that time, bothers to look at enhancing our waterways which Cambodia is blessed with,” he said. “In Thailand and Vietnam, all rice business transportation is done using waterways and in Cambodia, we use mainly inland transportation, trucking, which is expensive.”
Source: http://www.phnompenhpost.com/business/attention-turns-waterway-transport


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