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ប៉ាវ គា (Kea Pav)

Kea was born in 1987 in Cambodia and finished high school in 2006. He graduated university with a bachelor’s degree in business administration on scholarship from the National Institute of Business (NIB) and he was awarded a high diploma in English Literature from the Asia Human Resource Development Institution (Asia HRDI). Kea earned a master's degree in business management in 2010 with a partial scholarship from Phnom Penh International University (PPIU), and he successfully graduated in 2011. Kea has also enhanced his knowledge and skills through the participation of other training courses in Cambodia, Lao, Nepal, South Korea, and Switzerland. To reduce his family’s financial burdens, in 2008 Kea started working as a part-time teacher of English. Later that same year, after finishing his English diploma, Kea worked at a real estate company by shifting the business classes to the evening. After graduating, Kea moved from the real estate job to a telecom company and then to a power/wire cable factory. Since 2010, Kea has focused on humanitarian work, including reproductive and public health, rural development, disaster response and preparedness, water and sanitation and mine action.


ការប្រើពេលវេលាស្ងប់ស្ងាត់មួយម៉ោងឲ្យមានប្រសិទ្ធិភាពខ្ពស់បំផុតដោយប្រើ Sphere of Silence

Hun Sen Reiterates Cambodian Support for Timor-Leste’s Asean Membership

Prime Minister Hun Sen has reiterated his support for Timor-Leste to join Asean, saying it will boost the regional bloc’s standing and help realize its founding purpose, though analysts say the small island-nation’s relatively undeveloped economy remains an obstacle.

មនុស្សជាច្រើននៅកម្ពុជាឈប់ពាក់ម៉ាស់ ដោយនិយាយថាគ្រោះថ្នាក់នៃជំងឺកូរ៉ូណាលែងសូវមាន

មាន​មនុស្ស​តិចតួច​ដែល​បន្ត​ពាក់​ម៉ាស​នៅ​ភ្នំពេញ និង​កន្លែង​ផ្សេង​ទៀត​ក្នុង​រយៈពេល​ប៉ុន្មាន​សប្តាហ៍​ថ្មីៗនេះ បើទោះបីជា​មាន​ករណី​ឆ្លង​វីរុស​ថ្មី​នៅ​ក្នុង​ប្រទេស​ក៏​ដោយ មនុស្ស​ម្នា​ជាច្រើន​នាំគ្នា​និយាយ​​ថា ពួកគេ​មាន​អារម្មណ៍​ថា​ការឆ្លង​នៃ​ជំងឺ​នេះ​បា​នកន្លង​ផុត​ទៅ​ហើយ ហើយ​ថា ការពាក់​ម៉ាស់​ធ្វើឲ្យ​គាត់​មាន​អារម្មណ៍​ថា​ក្តៅ និង​ធុញ​ថប់។

Tbong Khmum ‘Safety Hill’ Hopes to Spare Thousands of Families From Flash Flooding

Up to 3,000 families will be able take shelter from floods once Tbong Khmum — the country’s youngest province — completes its 10-hectare “safety hill,” which was announced by governor Chan Sophorn last week.

Many in Cambodia Have Stopped Wearing Masks, Saying Coronavirus Danger Has Passed

Fewer people are wearing masks in Phnom Penh and elsewhere in recent weeks despite new cases of coronavirus in the country, with residents saying they feel the danger has passed and that the masks are too uncomfortable and hot.

Online Education During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Coronaviruses are zoonotic, meaning they are transmitted between animals and people. On Dec. 31, the World Health Organization (WHO) was alerted to several cases of pneumonia in Wuhan City, in China’s Hubei province. The virus did not match any other known virus.

អតីតពលករចំណាកស្រុកនាំចូលផលិតផលដែលធ្លាប់បានផលិតនៅក្រៅប្រទេស មកលក់នៅកម្ពុជា

កាល​ពី​ប្រាំមួយ​ឆ្នាំ​មុន លោក ឡាត់ សុផល គឺជា​ពលករ​ចំណាក​ស្រុក​ម្នាក់​ដែល​ធ្វើ​ជា​កម្មករ​ដំឡើង​កៅអី​ការិយាល័យ​ក្នុង​រោងចក្រ​មួយ​នៅ​ប្រទេស​កូរ៉េ​ខាងត្បូង។ លោក​​បាន​ត្រឡប់​មក​កម្ពុជា​កាល​ពី​ឆ្នាំ​២០១៤ ហើយ​បច្ចុប្បន្ន​លោក​បាន​ចាប់​ដៃគូ​​ជាមួយ​បណ្តា​​សហគ្រាស​ធំៗ​របស់​កូរ៉េ​ខាង​ត្បូង​ ដើម្បី​នាំចូល និង​ដំឡើង​កៅអី​នៅ​ក្នុង​ប្រទេស​កម្ពុជា។

From Factory Hand to Businessman: Ex-Migrant Laborer Now Imports Products He Once Produced Abroad

Lat Sophal has seen his life transformed: six years ago, he was a migrant laborer in South Korea making office chairs in factories. Today, he partners with some of those same South Korean conglomerates to import and assemble the chairs here.


ចំនួនជនរងគ្រោះដោយសារគ្រាប់មីន និងសំណល់ជាតិផ្ទុះពីសង្គ្រាមផ្សេងទៀត បានធ្លាក់ចុះមកត្រឹម១៩នាក់ សម្រាប់បួនខែដំបូងក្នុងឆ្នាំ២០២០ ដែលបង្ហាញពីការធ្លាក់ចុះចំនួន៦០ភាគរយ ប្រៀបធៀបជាមួយនឹងរយៈពេលដូចគ្នាក្នុងឆ្នាំ២០១៩។

Mine Casualties Drop in First Four Months of 2020

The number of casualties from landmines and other explosive remnants of war dropped to just 19 cases in the first four months of the year, a 60 percent decrease compared to the same period a year ago.