Cambodia resources

February 2007

  1. ILO experts offer 1st workplace safety & health training in North Eastern Cambodia

    ILO experts visits north eastern Cambodia to organize the Organization’s first occupational safety and health training session for officials in that region.

  2. Rebuilding Baphuon Temple in Angkor, Cambodia

    Tourists will soon be able to visit one of Angkor’s greatest treasures: the 11th century Baphuon temple. Now the temple is the centre of a huge archaeological reconstruction effort. Safety training means today’s Khmer construction workers are reclaiming this piece of their heritage without the dangers their ancestors faced.

January 2007

  1. ILO work in Cambodia

    The ILO seeks clarification from the Cambodian Government on reports by the Cambodian Government commenting on ILO’s work in Cambodia with the garment industry.

  2. Rural road maintenance: Sustaining the benefits of improved access

    Provides an assessment of the rural road maintenance problem and gives suggestions for improvements.

  3. ILO policy brief on youth employment in Cambodia

    ILO policy review on youth employment in Cambodia. Gives an overview of youth employment in Cambodia and indicates the key challenges. Present the priorities of the National Strategic Development Plan.

  4. Informal economy, poverty and employment in Cambodia, Mongolia, Thailand: good practices and lessons learned: final report

    The final report of the Informal Economy, Poverty and Employment Project, funded by the UK Department for International Development.

  5. Promoting employment in Cambodia: Analysis and options

    Includes policy briefs based on national development and looks at ways to introduce and strengthen labour market policies while placing productive employment at the centre of macroeconomoic policies.

  6. International Labour Standards on migrant workers' rights: Guide for policymakers and practitioners in Asia and the Pacific

    Serves as a reference guide explaining the rights of migrant workers from the vantage point of the migrant worker to policymakers and practitioners.

  7. Managing small business associatons: Readers' manual

    This training package contains a bilingual reader handbook for association managers and a bilingual trainer’s Manual that are easy to use for developing or improving a business association.

  8. Managing small business associations: Trainers' manual

    This training package contains a bilingual reader handbook for association managers and a bilingual trainer’s manual that are easy to use for developing or improving a business association. While the methodology’s point is to create an association that provides value to its members, the emphasis is on doing so while increasing the inclusion of women as members and as high-ranking officials and raising their confidence to participate more actively. The content, particularly the examples and case studies, are drawn from actual experiences within Cambodia and Lao People’s Democratic Republic; these experiences were obtained through interviews with local entrepreneurs and organizations working on enterprise development. A variety of consultants from international and local non-government organizations and business organizations and representatives of the government and of employers shaped the final content to reflect the local situation and a gender perspective.