Remarks at the Closing of the 36th Health Conference

Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, and Distinguished local and International Guests
All Participants!

Today, I am delighted to attend the closing of this important 36th Health Conference held for the last two days. Indeed, this conference has provided all of us a chance to review the achievements, opportunities and challenges to work together on formulating and implementing the new action plan in consistency with the Cambodian Millennium Development Goals (CMDGs) in the health sector, setting priority areas to be implemented in 2015 and setting direction for the coming years to achieve success and ensure the fruitful outcome and prosperity for our society.

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Selected Impromptu Comments at the Closing Session of the 36th Annual Review Meeting of the Ministry of Health

In addition to the prepared text, Samdech Techo Hun Sen made some comments that are selected and translated here followed:

Private Physicians

We should do more work to strengthen healthcare at the local level, where the state and private physicians are providing services altogether. The case of the village of Rokar is concerned, I think it is a big problem as far as administering and management of physicians that are spread throughout the county is concerned. In the beginning I could not pull myself to believe what happened. How come HIV/AIDS could spread to hundreds of people? After we have conducted thorough research, I come to a conclusion that it is a big issue.

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Selected Impromptu Comments at the Graduation and Diploma Presentation Ceremony of the University of Agriculture at Chamka Daung [Unofficial Translation]

50th Founding Anniversary and 30th Reopening Anniversary of RUA-Chamka Daung

I am so happy to be able to join all of you, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen on the occasion of this graduation and diploma presenting ceremony for 1639 students of the Royal University of Agriculture at Chamka Daung (RUA – Chamka Daung). I am grateful for the Minister of Education, Youth and Sports and the University’s rector for organizing this ceremony here (at the National Institute of Education), which is not far from my house and convenient to other honored guests. Coincidentally, the graduation and diploma presenting ceremony happens right at the time when the RUA – Chamka Daung celebrates its 50th founding anniversary (December 1964/2014) as is reported in the report of Dr. Uk Rabun.

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Extempore Comments at the Inauguration of the Royal Phnom Penh Hospital in Phnom Penh [Unofficial Translation]

Private Health Investment Opportunity

I am so glad today to have come and joined with all of you in putting this Royal Phnom Penh Hospital, investment made by the Bangkok Dusit Medical Service PCL, into official use. I am so glad that this new project has taken shape under the initiative of Dr. Prasert Prasarttong-Osoth, who is regularly in contact with me for consultation and support on this investment project. On behalf of the Royal Government of Cambodia, allow me to express my profound thanks for investment in the health sector. The Royal Government has done everything possible to allow private investment not only in economy but also in health and education. Thanks to this effort and policy, it is now a common scene to everyone that Cambodia has got various hospitals, private clinic, university and schools.

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Selected Impromptu Comments at the Graduation and Diploma Presenting Ceremony of the BELTEI International University [Unofficial Translation]

Cambodian Human Resource – Ready for AEC

I am glad to preside over the graduation and diploma presentation ceremony of our students at the BELTEI International University (BIU) and the inauguration of the new 15 storey BIU building. HE Ly Chheng, rector of the BIU has made a report on the development of this foundation – I mean you have BELTEI International Institute and BELTEI International University. I highly appreciate your active involvement in human resource development. According to the report, today we have 735 graduates for diploma presentation. As indicated in his progress report, up to 96.50% of graduates who learnt and used English as means have found employment.

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Speech on the Occasion of the Inauguration Ceremony of Cho Ray-Phnom Penh Hospital

Venerable Samdech Preah Pothivong Am Lim Heng, Second Deputy Chief Monk of the Kingdom of Cambodia,
Venerable Samdech Preah Reachea Kanak and Venerable Monks,
Excellency Mr. Nguyen Tan Dung, Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam,
Excellencies, Ambassadors to the Kingdom of Cambodia
Excellencies, Lok Oknha, Ladies and Gentlemen,
Distinguished international and local guests,
Beloved Compatriots and students!

 

Today, it is my pleasure to attend the official inauguration ceremony of the Cho Ray-Phnom Penh Hospital. Once again, I would like to extend a warm welcome to His

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