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On April 4, 2014, Urban Voice Team hosted task force meeting with the for offering youth chance participating in social development activities by cleaning up the rubbish in green parks along river side in front of Royal Palace. 31 participants were youths from communities and universities students participated in the task force meeting.
The Task Force started from 8:00 am, after that Mr. My Sovann, Urban Voice Team leaders presented Urban Voice project such as campaign activities and how to submit a reports to Urban Voice website. Urban Voice’s four videos were played during the meeting…
At the end of 2013, Urban Voice Team have done a rubbish taskforce which have participated from University students and Phnom Penh’s residents with joinable time together.
Do you want to join this taskforce with Urban Voice team? In the upcoming month, April 4th, 2014, Urban Voice Team will conduct another taskforce for cleaning up the city where it is going to take place the area in front of Royal Palace.
Joining in the volunteer program, you will get an experience in contributing to social development and gain new knowledge from Urban Voice, including get a collective and special lunch and…
Health is the most important thing to all people. The smell of the rubbish is the big issue which annoy to people’s living in city, especially to the health of people because rubbish is the sources of viruses and diseases which causes diarrhea, particularly respiratory problems. So we should be taking care on the rubbish issue by keeping the trash in the right place and keep your living environment clean.
Packaging the rubbish properly, resulting generating a good impact to have a good environment and an aesthetic of the city, and orderly city. More importantly, it is good for people’s…
Urban Voice Team had conducted the third workshop on Urban Voice and Urban Development at Eden Park Restaurant on 15th March 2014 and started from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm which participated by 45 participants with either two delicious refreshments or lunch.
The main purposes of this workshop are to present, train and include reporters, journalists, bloggers and University students for sharing, learning and searching more about current Urban Voice Project’s plan. Also they will be able to share information and news about urban development through technologies or Urban Voice’ website http://urbanvoicecambodia.net…
On 17th March 2014, Urban Voice Team has prepared pre-presentation for joining Technologies Exhibition of Development Innovation at Development American Innovation (DAI) which will be participated by NGOs, Institutions, Technology Company and US Embassy in Cambodia.
Below are the activities about our Pre-presentation or exibition at DAI office:…
Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) has released its newest report, The Phnom Penh Survey, to update and add new data to previous research on urban poor settlements in the city, produce current, accurate maps of all of the settlement locations and provide findings that will help lead to positive outcomes for the urban poor. The report develops findings on various issues pertinent to urban poor settlements including issues related to tenure security; eviction threats, land tenure and titling and the implementation of Circular 03. It also looks at infrastructure and service provision finding a limited…Read More
There are many bad impacts of illegally parked vehicle along the side street:
If we travel along the streets in Phnom Penh, we will found that the side streets were being a parking place of restaurants and shops along that street.
So what are the impacts of parking vehicle along the side street?
Social Order: Parking vehicle along the public street on the side street, generating bad clutter on social order especially the aesthetic of the city.
Traffic jam: Parking the transportation along the streets is the main cause of traffic jam in Phnom Penh City. As we already knew that the streets in Phnom…