When the team from Cambodia Self-Help Demining (CSHD) clears a minefield, the metal detectors can detect as many as 900 items of metallic clutter for every single identified threat. A vast and expensive inefficiency.
There is a wild abundance of books out there telling mothers how to be better mothers: better working mothers, better stay-at-home mothers, better lovers and mothers, better daughters-in-law and mothers, mothers of […]
Whatever the archetypal image of a humanitarian worker is, it almost certainly won’t look like Maureen Forrest. The petite Irishwoman is a study in glamour in a smartly tailored suit and sharply […]
Last year Bronwyn Connolly quit her comfortable, well-paying job to head off and travel the world. Nine months later, she came home with more than the usual memories and souvenirs.
In which Nicky learns to surf. In a manner of speaking.
Over the last 10 years a dedicated group of friends has masterminded the restoration of the last surviving Dundee tunnyboat. Here is the remarkable story of Biche.
Published in the Phnom Penh Post on 25 May 2012.
The first report on the Lidar survey of Angkor which has confirmed the existence of an entire city on Phnom Kulen. Published in the Phnom Penh Post on 11 May 2012. For more […]
A community in Siem Reap was evicted in March last year, with little notice and less compensation. This post for Travelfish took a look at what happened: