The program feeds about 150,000 primary school students, with help from a US grant of $20 million, in the provinces of Battambang, Kampong Thom and Siem Reap.
A group of 20 women from various indigenous groups from across the country met in Phnom Penh on Wednesday, calling economic land concessions the top threat to their way of life.
Three major statues looted from Cambodia during its civil war were returned to Phnom Penh in an official ceremony Tuesday.
Both men are accused of atrocity crimes, including genocide, for their leadership roles in the regime.
Cambodia has received $680.5 million in aid from the ADB and other funders to build or renovate roads across 22 provinces, linking it to Vietnam, Thailand and Laos.
Australia is facing immigration attempts by hundreds of thousands of people, mostly from Asia and the Middle East, and is seeking regional partners to take some of them in
Cambodia’s history is deeply intertwined with both nations, including during the Khmer Rouge period, when Cambodian communists received help from both at different times.
Workers from the Chevron brand have been striking since May 12, calling for an increase in the minimum wage, to $160 per month.
Rights groups and development advocates say the draft laws have not been reviewed well enough and fall short of international standards.
Negotiations with Chevron and Caltex stalled Tuesday, after the company failed to give a definitive time frame to salary increases.
Up to 300 workers from 18 different stations continue to call for a raise in the minimum wage, to $160 per month.
Some 300 Caltex workers at 18 stations in Phnom Penh have joined garment workers in calling for a raise in the minimum wage to $160 per month.
Employees say they make between $110 and $130 a month at Caltex, a brand under the US-based Chevron Corporation, whose net income in 2013 was $120 billion.
A senior UN rights diplomat says freedom in Cambodia has worsened since the 2013 elections, and especially since January.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations was established in 1967, Cambodia, which joined in 1999, was the last of 10 member nations to do so.
Protesters on Monday brought with them tents, pillows, and cooking equipment, with plans to stay overnight on the grounds in front of City Hall.
Prices per kilowatt hour can be up to four times more expensive in the countryside, where many of the country’s impoverished live, than in the city.
Nearly 40 people died in traffic accidents over the Khmer New Year, authorities reported Thursday.
The law will affect many of Cambodia’s younger generation, who go online often and use social media as a major means of communication.
The draft law, which was leaked to the public recently, imposes major fines and jail time for vague offenses and has many online users concerned.