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No salmonella found in pigs

Kandal province’s department of animal health and production released four trucks carrying pigs from Vietnam after they were temporarily detained on suspicion of the swine being infected. The trucks, headed to Kandal province’s Kien Svay district and Takeo province’s Bati district, were stopped by authorities ...

Japanese to fund health, agriculture projects

The Japanese government has approved funding for three projects that will cover mine clearance, agriculture and health services. The approval was made on March 1 at the Japanese embassy in Phnom Penh. Signed by Ambassador Hidehisa Horinouchi, the grant amounts to $1,389,888 and will be allocated ...

Newborn care still a concern

Although infant mortality rates have dropped dramatically over the past 15 years, a new report in the journal Healthcare has identified significant shortcomings in newborn care in Cambodia. After interviewing mothers, caretakers and midwives in charge of delivering and caring for newborn babies in Takeo ...

Takeo zoo animals to get new home in SR

A group of animals, including a family of gibbons, currently living at Takeo province’s Phnom Tamao Zoo are set to be transferred to Siem Reap’s Banteay Srei district in a bid to boost eco-tourism. The animals will be moved to the Khun Ream rosewood farm ...

Prahok makers complain of high prices in capital

Every year, traders and farmers travel from the provinces to Phnom Penh’s Russey Keo district to buy fish to produce prahok paste, but with this year’s prahok season ramping up, high prices have pushed many of them to camp in tents along the riverbank, waiting ...

Overview of 2016 natural disasters

More than 130 people died and nearly 300 were injured in accidents caused by natural disasters across the country this year, according to a government official. Keo Vy, the cabinet chief and a spokesman for the National Committee for Disaster Management, told Khmer Times yesterday ...

Ministry warns of cold snap

The Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology told citizens living near the mountains, especially soldiers, to be careful and pay more attention to their health as temperatures are expected to fall over the next week. Water Resources and Meteorology Minister Lim Kean Hor said on ...

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