They do not receive enough political attention and they are not provided with enough social service. In regards to energy resources, it is a high demand in Cambodia. But because of the destructive environment that Cambodia has, they have problems in sustaining these demands. Thus, resulting in higher and higher energy demands in the country as time passes. This is because the rich people mainly get all the attention and provided with the basic needs of people in the country.
From the east and south, Cambodia is bordered by Vietnam and the gulf of Thailand off the west coast. Cambodia has a population of 15.14 million people. The ethnic groups in the country consists of Khmer (90%), Vietnamese (5%), Chinese (1%) and other ethnic groups (4%). The main religion in the country is Buddhism (96.9%), followed by Muslim (1.9%), Christian (0.4%) and other religions (0.8%). The government is a Constitutional Monarchy which is The Royal Cambodian Government (RCG).
Tourism in Cambodia In Cambodia, tourism is known as a key sector of industry income since it has played as a vital role to develop economic of Cambodia. According to Ministry of Tourism in 2016, Cambodia had welcome about 5,011,712 visitors rose by 5% in which include 2 million of ASEAN population had visited Cambodia which considered as 42.3% and has risen by 1.1% from the previous year which bring US$3,212 million in revenue. These show that tourism in Cambodia is growing rapidly, and it leads to economic growth in Cambodia. Moreover, Tourism sector is counted as 41% of the total GDP in 2012. Therefore, tourism in Cambodia creates more job opportunities, attract investors, and exchange goods and services.
Takeo, Svay Rieng and Koh Kong make up half of the country's southeast regions, the region with Cambodia’s highest population density. 90% of the population in the southeast of Cambodia are farmers, who mainly produce rice due to the conflicts and issues that have been occurring in the area. In these regions, there are small farm lands. Factors such as poor infrastructure, natural disasters and low fertility have all impacted the communities negatively, and contributed to the 50% of the population that are living in poverty. Especially in the southeast areas, land use issues have affected many farm families.
3.0 Introduction Cambodia which is officially known as the kingdom of Cambodia is a country situated in the south east of Asia with neighbouring countries; Vietnam, Laos and Thailand. Cambodia is 181,035-kilometer square in area with a population over 15 million people. Phnom Penh is the capital city of Cambodia and it is also the largest city of the country. Their official language is Khmer and the currency is Riel. While gross national income (GNI) per capita reaching US$1,070 remains low compared to the neighboring countries, Cambodia has one of the fastest growing economies in Asia with growth averaging 6% over the last decade.
The portion of agriculture in China’s GDP dropped from 28.1% in 1978 to 11.8% in 2005. In China, the food producing enterprises like agriculture and its allied activities livestock farming the small and marginal farmers have dominated horticulture, floriculture; aquaculture etc. small farmers cultivating small plots of land characterize agriculture in Asia (NCESU, 2008). China has the world third largest area of 960 million square kilometers, the arable area is only 107 million hectare, only 7% of the global arable land. Therefore, agriculture is the fundamental industry not only to guarantee the supply to food and other agricultural products for the huge population
But subsistence agriculture will not transform Nepal 's economy. The transformation will come from creating employment opportunities in agricultural industry, manufacturing, construction, and services. As the country develops, see how the share of agriculture gradually declines: Sectoral Contribution to Global
Overview of the Cambodian Economy and Garment sector Since the end of civil war and the transition from a socialist regime to democracy regime, and also after it had been shifting from a command and control economy to the free market in the late 1980s, the economic situation of Cambodia began to improve, resulting in increased demand for goods and services in the country and also more attracting inward of foreign direct investment (FDI) in Cambodia during the past two decades. From the report of WORLD BANK (2017), by the last two decades, economy of Cambodia’s GDP growth has grown at an average rate of 7 percent, which driven by garment industry, construction, agriculture, and tourism. In the past, Cambodia was known as the country with an
Cambodia is concern with is poverty which affects the quality of education that people get access to. This country is on the edge of development, therefore, there is a lot of sectors that need improvement. Lots of Cambodian people’s never got an education and are illiterate, the few that have, are learning in a poor environment and very low standard of education. This country has been facing a lot in the past such as it has been a French colony before then it has gone through the Khmer rouge regime where most of the intellectuals got kill. This
The marine habitats in Cambodia are divided by three which are coral reefs, mangrove forests which known as inundated forest and sea grass. These habitats mainly are covered by The Departments of Fisheries. Many Cambodians usually depends on coral reefs for livelihood and nutrition, with high demand placed on many commercially valuable species dependant on these habitats. In addition, these habitats of coral reefs are very suitable for development of eco-tourism because these areas provide much potential for their economy of the country. Until the day where the studied that carried out by the Danida funded Project on Environmental Coastal Zone management in Cambodia implemented in the Provinces and Municipalities of Kep, Sihanoukville, and Koh Rong Province (Nelson et al ,1999 ), the National University of Singapore ( Chou et al, 2003) and through the UNEP/ GEF of South China Sea Project.