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Open Development Cambodia (ODC) is an ‘open data’ website, the first of its kind in Southeast Asia. The open data movement is based on the simple premise that data collected for public interest should be publicly available without restrictions. Information or data in the public domain should be freely available to everyone to use and republish as they wish. Open Development Cambodia does not promote any particular perspective, agenda or bias other than to provide objective information about Cambodia and its development.

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Cambodia

A factsheet showing key administrative and investment statistics of Kratie province including a geographical location and road network map of the province and information about ELC, SEZ and other investments.

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Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, Brunei Darussalam, Christmas Island, Timor-Leste, Cocos (Keeling) Islands

More than 40 organisations collaborated in this global research project through
case studies, thematic studies, and regional overviews,
from which the content and analysis of this report are
drawn. Several organisations, in particular SWAC, Oxfam
and RRI, contributed significantly out of their own
resources. The writing of this report involved an initial
writing workshop in November 2010 with co-authors
and contributing authors, and a second in June 2011
with co-authors. This report also draws on the extensive

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Three indigenous villages comprising 329 families in the northeast region of Cambodia have been granted communal land titles by the Royal Government, the first to be issued in the country. In a joint ceremony on 14 December 2011 in Rattanakiri province, community members of Le En village in Teun commune, Koun Mom district and La L'eun Kraen village in Ou Chum commune, Ou Chum district, received their certificates of collective land title for 1,454 hectares and 920 hectares, respectively.

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