Mean Nara, ODC's Senior Mapper, spoke to the audience about the launch of the GeoServer.
Sreng Saren, ODC’s Web Designer, presented ODC’s online library to the audience.
On April 30, the ODC team hosted a monthly Phnom Penh Mapping Meet-up (PPMM), in which ODC, Atlas, and Sahmakum Teang Tnaut presented on the recent project updates and results. As a result of ODC’s outreach activities, six students from the Royal University of Agriculture attended the event. To encourage more participation from local Cambodian university students, ODC made plans to expand communication outreach to other university campuses.
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The management and staff at Open Development Cambodia are delighted to announce our recently launched online library (circled in red): a searchable collection of books, digital documents and resources relating to all aspects of development in Cambodia today.
Lead Programmer Heng Huy Eng presents at Barcamp Angkor, with Editor Chunly Vicheth.
(Sunday, February 24, 2012)
(Photo: Project Coordinator John Weeks.)
Here is 404.4 km railway line proposed by Chinese companies namely Cambodia Iron and Steel Mining Industry Group CISMIG and China Railway Major Bridge Engineering, to go from Preah Vihear,to Samith Port in Koh Kong via Kampong Thom, Kampong Chhnang, Kampong Speu, Bat Deueng in form of the blue dashed line.
The railway project cost 11.2 billion dollars included sea port, steel mill and rail link with 3km bridge off the coast to Koh Smach Island.