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Thursday, January 19, 2012

ODA News in Cambodia From Monday, January 16 to Friday, January 20, 2012

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ODA News in Cambodia, From Monday, January 16 to Friday, January 20, 2012

AKP Phnom Penh, January 17, 2012 
New Zealand Provides Scholarships to 22 Cambodians for Master Degree in 2012
The Embassy of New Zealand held here yesterday a congratulation ceremony for some 22 Cambodian students and officials who have won scholarships for post-graduate studies in New Zealand in 2012. The congratulation ceremony was attended by many Cambodian government officials, students who are interested in studying in New Zealand as well as those who have just finished their studies in New Zealand. Apart from the 22 sholarship recepients, 25 others have been attending English language training course in Cambodia for the 2013 New Zealand-ASEAN Scholarship Awards. Since 2005, New Zealand has invested over US$5.5 million for human resource development in Cambodia.

(Rasmei Kam.), January 18, 2012
Vol. 20, No. 5711
Japanese Government Grants over 80 thousand USD for the Construction of Agricultural Road in Battambang
Japanese government through Embassy of Japan has granted 86, 166 USD to Good Earth Japan (GEJ) for the construction of 4-km agricultural road in Battambang province. The signing ceremony was held at the Embassy of Japan on 16 January 2012 between Ambassador of Japan and the Representative of GEJ. The agricultural effectiveness and agricultural product delivery will increase through the implementation of Japan’s ODA project, said the Ambassador. He hoped that it would play vital role in poverty reduction for over 800 people in the region.

(Rasmei Kam.) January 20, 2012
Vol. 20, No. 5713
The USA Launches Second Phase of Counter-Trafficking in Persons Program
The United States yesterday launched a four-year, $5.4 million counter-trafficking in persons program designed to support Cambodian government officials and civil society to coordinate efforts and combat all forms of trafficking in persons. The event was presided over by DPM Sar Kheng and Chargé d Áffairs, Mr. Jeff Daigle, at the Le Royal Hotel. The new Counter-Trafficking in Persons II (CTIP II) program will build on the notable achievements of CTIP I and continue working in the areas of coordination, prevention, protection and prosecution with an expanded focus on addressing labor trafficking and exploitation.

AKP Phnom Penh, January 19, 2012
United States Launches Second Phase of Counter-Trafficking in Persons Program in Cambodia
The United States launched a four-year, US$5.4 million counter-trafficking in persons program designed to support Cambodian government officials and civil society to coordinate efforts and combat all forms of trafficking in persons. The official launch of the Counter-Trafficking in Persons II (CTIP II) program took place at the Raffles Hotel Le Royal in Phnom Penh and presided over by H.E. Sar Kheng, Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, and Mr. Jeff Daigle, Chargé d’Affairs, a.i. of the U.S. Embassy to Cambodia.  Speaking at the launching ceremony, H.E. Sar Kheng said Cambodia and the U.S. have actively cooperated in combating human trafficking, but the issue remains Cambodia’s challenge and priority.  Mr. Jeff Daigle said CTIP II program will build on the notable achievements of CTIP I and continue working in the areas of coordination, prevention, protection, and prosecution, with an expanded focus on addressing labor trafficking and exploitation. This program will be implementing by Winrock International in partnership with the Coordination of Action Research on AIDS and Mobility, South East Asia Investigations into Social and Humanitarian Activities, Legal Support for Children and Women, MTV EXIT Foundation, and other local civil society organizations.

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