Stories about Cambodia from September, 2005
Beth Kanter asks what happened to a much-vaunted scheme to provide hand-cranking laptops to children in Third World countries, and whether Cambodians will benefit from it.
NIDA, National Information Communications Technology Development Authority, is the government agency that oversees the country's telecommunication policy. The Cambodian Government's ICT Policy encourages the development and deployment of Open Source...
ThaRum reports that Cambodia's King Norodom Sihamoni has followed his father's example and set up his own Web site.
ThaRum and Cambodia4Kids both point out that even one of the poorest nations on earth has offered money for Katrina victims.
There is a major land crisis in Cambodia, a leading United Nations human rights official said. Rich and powerful interests were grabbing land, leaving thousands of people dispossessed.
Drupal, an open source content management system, will power the KhmerOS project and blogging tool that enables Cambodians to blog in own Khmer language based-weblog. It's going to be Khlog...