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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Families in Toul Sangke commune in Phnom Penh’s Russei Keo district, located along the capital’s railway branchline, have said they will not accept the compensation offered to them as part of the ADB- and AusAID-funded national railway rehabilitation project, despite … Continue reading
Land plot distribution started in early May for railway affected households in 3 villages (Kilo 4, Kbal Spean and Ba Le Lai) in Poi Pet commune. Many families have already received compensation and have been given 30 days to demolish … Continue reading
Reported in the Cambodia Daily on May 21-22, 2011. By Abby Seiff and Sok Sidon.
The 12th external social monitoring and post-evaluation for resettlement plan implementation report has been published by the ADB. You can read it here.
May 14, 2011. Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Lateline programme has aired a story on the impacts of the rehabilitation of the railways in Cambodia, noting the project is under fire for its resettlement impacts and meager compensation for affected households. You … Continue reading