Blog posts tagged to "Cambodia"
Published on Friday, 02 March 2018
To help microfinance clients borrow the right amount, we need to improve their awareness and understanding of financial products.
Published on Tuesday, 03 October 2017
Cambodia needs careful advance planning to ensure sustainable growth as it transitions to a middle-income economy.
Published on Wednesday, 20 September 2017
Vice-President Stephen Groff shares his views on cooperation among Mekong countries from the 22nd GMS Ministerial Conference in Ha Noi, Viet Nam.
Published on Thursday, 29 June 2017
Peer-to-peer data sharing is being tested in Georgia, Cambodia, Indonesia, and Myanmar.
Published on Friday, 12 May 2017
It’s time to diversify its economy to transition to upper-middle-income status.
Published on Monday, 23 January 2017
Agriculture is by far the most important sector of Cambodia’s economy, and fundamental to its success.
Published on Wednesday, 14 October 2015
In the face of climate change-induced water shortage in Asia’s rice production areas, farmers are struggling to figure out how to grow more rice with less water to ensure food security in the region.
Published on Friday, 07 August 2015
Since women often spend the money they earn on services with wider societal benefits, what are the costs of direct or indirect exclusion? How can women become more actively engaged in climate planning, as well as receive and share the benefits of this engagement?
Published on Monday, 01 June 2015
We were delighted last month to learn that the CIFs have decided to extend support to an additional 16 countries, among them several in Asia and the Pacific.
Published on Tuesday, 10 February 2015
The Asia Pacific region has scored many successes in its march to reverse the HIV and AIDS epidemic in a number of countries, starting with Thailand, Cambodia, and India. But the region still faces serious challenges with other countries like Pakistan, Philippines, and Indonesia reporting rising epidemic levels. Initial successes in scaling up treatment and prevention programs have left some political leaders and policymakers complacent.