Newspaper cuttings from The Phnom Penh Post cover issues of poverty and development between March 27 and 29.
Newspaper cuttings from The Phnom Penh Post cover issues of poverty and development in Cambodia between March 19 and 26.
Korea′s poverty gap is widening despite government policies.
1,200 fishermen describe themselves as slaves. They are all in debt to money lenders. UN reports.
Shifting the paradigm from charity to investment is necessary. People with disabilities are regarded as a passive recipient of supports, and considered for the subject of pity and sympathy.
People with disability account for 15 percent of the world population. “Why should not we focus on disability is a proper questions?” Dr. Kamal Lamichhane says.
March 20 is International Happiness Day. Interestingly, UN has a wonderful campaign. My happy music is ‘Sleep All Day’ by Jason Mraz. Visit the official website of the World Hapiness Day.
Disability and poverty have a clear association. In Nepal, when people with disability have at least 9 years of schooling, they are not likely to live in poverty.
No ‘good’ projects were convincing enough to scale up. ‘Good’ projects were chosen with political, institutional, subjective and unconvincing reasons.
This paper examines the trend and characteristics of chronic poverty in rural Cambodia between 2004 and 2010 with multidimensional perspectives.