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Sunday, January 13, 2019

Ground Broken for Phnom Penh’s Third Ring Road

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AKP Phnom Penh, January 14, 2019 --
The construction of the third ring road from Sangkat Chaom Chau 3, Khan Pursenchey, Phnom Penh to Dei Edth commune, Kien Svay district, Kandal province began this morning.
Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, and Chinese Ambassador to Cambodia H.E. Wang Wentian presided over the groundbreaking ceremony taken place in Sangkat Roluos, Khan Dangkor, Phnom Penh.
According to H.E. Sun Chanthol, Senior Minister and Minister of Public Works and Transport, this nearly-53-kilometre-long ring road will be built at an estimated cost of US$273 million under the preferential buyer’s credit loan from the Government of the People’s Republic of China.
Under the project which will last for 42 months, he added, four flyovers and 8 bridges will also be constructed.
This new ring road will play a crucial role in contributing to reducing traffic congestion in Phnom Penh capital and to facilitating cross-border transport, boosting international trade and transforming the surrounding area into a development zone.
Source: http://akpnews.info/post/detail/2787
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[Brief ODA News: Infrastructure]: China provides loan US$273 million for nearly-53-kilometre-long Phnom Penh’s Third Ring Road.

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[Brief ODA News: Infrastructure]: China provides loan US$273 million for nearly-53-kilometre-long Phnom Penh’s Third Ring Road. The construction of the third ring road from Sangkat Chaom Chau 3, Khan Pursenchey, Phnom Penh to Dei Edth commune, Kien Svay district, Kandal province began today (January 14, 2019). Nearly-53-kilometre-long ring road will be built at an estimated cost of US$273 million under the preferential buyer’s credit loan from the Government of the People’s Republic of China. The construction will last for 42 months, and four flyovers and 8 bridges will also be constructed. This new ring road will play a crucial role in contributing to reducing traffic congestion in Phnom Penh capital and to facilitating cross-border transport, boosting international trade and transforming the surrounding area into a development zone.


Thursday, December 27, 2018

[Brief ODA News: Education & Agriculture]: Japanese government has granted its two NGOs in Cambodia $692,522

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[Brief ODA News: Education & Agriculture]: Japanese government has granted its two NGOs in Cambodia $692,522. 1st, The Heart of Gold gets $396,033 to support the National Institute of Physical Education and Sport.  This will help improve curriculum, train teachers, and extend facilities for physical education. Approximately 65 staff members and 200 trainee teachers get a better environment and the 800,000 Cambodian students get more effective physical education. 2nd, The Foundation for International Development/Relief (FIDR) gets $296,489. This will help increasing rice farm productivity and diversification, improving children’s nutrition, and promoting farmers’ networks and agriculture cooperatives in Rolea Pheir, Tuek Phos, and Boribo districts in Kampong Chhnang. Furthermore, approximately 250,000 people in the target areas are to get sufficient nutritious food through these grants. Source: https://www.khmertimeskh.com/564094/japan-grants-aid-to-its-ngos/

Japan grants aid to its NGOs

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The Japanese government has granted its two NGOs in Cambodia $692,522 to fulfil their projects, and guarantee food and nutrition security for participants.
The agreements were signed on Thursday, Dec.27, within the framework of the Grant Assistance for Japanese NGO projects.  The Heart of Gold and the Foundation for International Development/Relief (FIDR) are the beneficiaries.
As stated by the Japanese Embassy, the Heart of Gold gets $396,033 to support the National Institute of Physical Education and Sport.  This will help improve curriculum, train teachers, and extend facilities for physical education. Approximately 65 staff members and 200 trainee teachers get a better environment and the 800,000 Cambodian students get more effective physical education.
The second project (by the FIDR) is in Kampong Chhnang and is allotted $296,489.  With the aim of increasing rice farm productivity and diversification, improving children’s nutrition, and promoting farmers’ networks and agriculture cooperatives in Rolea Pheir, Tuek Phos, and Boribo districts.
Furthermore, approximately 250,000 people in the target areas are to get sufficient nutritious food through these grants.
Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia, Horinouchi Hidehisa, expressed his pleasure at  granting this aid, “I hope that the teacher training project in Cambodia will grow and the physical education project flourish.  I expect the second project will improve the livelihoods of the people in those areas, and afford them enough food and health.”
Tezuka Koji (Heart of Gold) and Minami Yumiko (FIDR) committed their organizations to efficiently operate the projects, saying that the Japanese taxpayers’ money will be put to good use.
Source: https://www.khmertimeskh.com/564094/japan-grants-aid-to-its-ngos/

Ministry inks $63 million water treatment project

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The Public Works and Transportation Ministry yesterday signed a contract with South Korea’s Dohwa Engineering Company to develop a multi-million dollar water treatment facility in Kandal province’s Takhmao city.
Public Works and Transportation Minister Sun Chanthol yesterday said the funding came from the central bank of South Korea with a $63 million budget.
Mr Chanthol noted that the new water treatment facility will be able to process 7,600 cubic metres of water per day.
“It will have ten pumping stations, which could pump 29,952 cubic metres of water per day,” he said. “The budget will also cover the construction of a 16.3 kilometre drainage network and the repair of existing pumping stations, as well.”
“A fully-functioning treatment facility will be able to connect with people’s homes,” he added. “This will also promote clean environment and prevent flooding.”
In February, the Kingdom’s first wastewater plant was built in Phnom Penh’s Dangkor district, with a $27 million aid package from the Japan International Cooperation Agency.
The plant in Phnom Penh is expected to commence operations next year.
Source: https://www.khmertimeskh.com/50563331/ministry-inks-63-million-water-treatment-project/?fbclid=IwAR3tq_h2lA0QX16tJMEj52_1fsWzvUNod6e8M9-IeSB80wIYG6xUD8mF_QU

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