High cost of education means that many do not finish their university studies, which cost an average $1,600 for four years.
Leadership roles in public institutions are lacking for today's youth, a development expert said Monday.
The author of a Khmer Rouge memoir who now lives in the US is raising funds to help education in Cambodia.
The Youth Resource Development Program hopes to improve students, to make them better thinkers and more attractive in the job market.
Decades of war have left Cambodia with millions of landmines and unexploded ordnance that kill and injure hundreds each year.
The policy broadly sets out rights and responsibilities for Cambodia’s young people, including economic activities.
Exhibitions and talks can help people understand the plight Cambodians faced when the Khmer Rouge came to power.
A decades-long drought interspersed with intense monsoons in the 14th and 15th centuries may have contributed to the fall of the Angkor.
A recently discovered book of poetry by a Cambodian monk paints a grim picture of the refugee camps established in Thailand.
This year’s competition covered the lawfulness of measures taken by countries to protect their economic resources.
The project aims to publish another 700,000 textbooks for an anticipated 1 million 9th- to 12th-grade students.
Five law students from the Royal University of Law and Economics are competing this week in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot