Cambodian Documentary Video: September 2007

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Methamphetamine in Cambodia


Thursday, September 20, 2007

World Bank Report on Cambodia

Provided By: WorldBank

Cambodia is emerging from decades of civil war and isolation. Helped by international programs aimed at reducing poverty, international donors this year alone have more than 600 million dollars to help the country.

The World Bank coordinates much of Cambodia's aid plan. By focusing on empowering the poorest people and working with the government, private sector and civil society, assistance efforts are beginning to yield results


Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Fears tourism putting Cambodian orphans at risk

7.30 Report | Mon, 17 Sep 2007 19:48:00 +1000 | Duration 7m 34s

Cambodia has become one of South East Asia's tourism hotspots but an alarming trend is emerging. Orphanages and the children in them are now becoming a staple of the backpacker itinerary. But in a country where the child sex trade is out of control, critics fear the practice will attract paedophiles and put the children at risk.


Friday, September 14, 2007

But This is Cambodia... - PREVIEW

An inside look at Cambodian politics, as seen during the 2003 national election. A preview by Cox Bradley


Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Saving Cambodia's Great Lake (Khmer and English)

From: adbwater

Part - I in Enlish

Part - II in Enlish

Part - III in Enlish


Part - I in Khmer

Part - II in Khmer

Part - III in Khmer

In Cambodia today, there is growing awareness that the Tonle Sap Lake and its remarkable wetland habitat must be protected--- before it is too late.

The Tonle Sap is among the most productive freshwater fisheries in the world. The Cambodian people depend on the lake's resources, but how long can it last? The Tonle Sap has become an environmental hotspot. Fish stocks are threatened by cutting of the flooded forest, overexploitation, and illegal fishing practice. Growing pollution and erosion of soil from the watershed are accelerating the lake's demise.

While the lake is under attack on many fronts, there are grounds for optimism. This video documentary is the story of this wondrous wetland and the people who depend on it for survival. It is the story of communities working together to protect the lake's resources and improve their livelihood.


Tuesday, September 04, 2007


"The Plastic Killers" is a documentary which investigates the 2004 assassination of Cambodian union leader Chea Vichea and the framing of two innocent men, Born Samnang and Sok Sam Oeun, for the crime. The two remain in prison serving 20 year sentences for a crime they did not commit.

By Bradley Cox.

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