NGOs, Development and Challenges

By Sun Narin and Leng Len

As the time that NGO law has been under fire from civil society, Prime Minister Hun Sen said late December 2011 that the government decided to wait until 2014 for the creation of that law.  “The government has pay attention to all the NGO’s activities and deems those NGOs as a crucially important part of the country’s development,” he said.

According to the article published by Post on August 29, 2011, Ek Tha, a spokesman and deputy director of the press unit at the Council of Ministers, the Kingdom had become a “safe haven” for 3,000 NGOs and associations. Those NGOs are working on various issues ranging from health, education and infrastructure to environmental protection and governance, registered with Ministry of Interior. However, some of them are inactive in working.

NGOs play a key role in greatly contributing to the betterment of the Kingdom since they have been working in the deprived and challenged communities of the remote areas in the provinces. However, some NGOs still encounter the challenges.

Caritas Cambodia holds its vision that, “The realization of a just society where rights of people are respected, integral development is promoted by building communities through an empowering process”. Uch Samneang, community facilitator of Caritas Cambodia in Kandal provincial Lvea Em district, said that youth’s participation in the community is still on the limit.

“Most youth are busy with their farming and earning for a living. They have poor knowledge   so, they don’t value the engagement and they don’t pay much attention to participation. For example, they always deny joining the workshop that they are busy with their work,” he said.

We can see that the bureaucratic work in the country really consumes time and sometimes, it is hard to expect the agreement from them. Even a minor thing, it has to be in a formal letter and has to wait for so long. This was echoed by Mam Sambath, executive director of Development and Partnership in Action (DPA). He said that his NGO faced the problem of asking the permission from the provincial authorities when his team plan for a program or project in the community. He told Lift reporter that, “Request for permission takes time and we do not know for sure that the high level will permit for the activity or not. It is a pressure.”

However, he said that the situation is a lot better since there has been a good cooperation from the local level and provincial department. He added that recently Prime Minister Hun Sen has called for the provincial authorities to cooperate well with NGOs and facilitate their work.

“There is a good participation from the community and youths like in the ethnic area where there is rare migration. We have community youth and youth group to help work,” he said.

DPA is an international organization which has worked in Cambodia since 1979 and is now working in around 10 provinces, especially in the North-Eastern part.

Youth Resource Development Program (YRDP) states its vision that is to encourage Cambodian youth to develop their social conscience and to take responsibility for their own future and the future of their family, society and country. Nao Unheng, 20, a volunteer youth at YRDP said that she has been contributing some activities to the rural area with her team. For example, recently she has trained people how to engage with the authorities in Kompong Speu province.

She said “I have shared with them of how to observe the authority’s work. At the beginning, we didn’t receive support from them because they thought that we were new to them, so we have to be patient.  Youths don’t join us much because they leave home for job.”

Unheng recommended youth to invest their time in helping their communities and join hands with senior people to tackle the problems. “We should devote our time contributing to the rural area for the improvement. Don’t wait when you are free, just make it first,” she said.

Samneang appeals to youth “We [NGO] just help them for a short period of time. Thus, only youths who can participate in the development and they have to start from now on,” he said.

With regard to this issue, Cheam Yeap, CPP’s lawmaker in the interview with Lift reporter on February 18, said that the government always protects and supports NGOs when they have clear goal and follow the law. “We always facilitate the security work and persuade the participation from the community people,” he said.

Youth participation, in our opinion, is really important for the development since they are the main pillar of the country and are able to express their good ideas. One more thing, the community and NGOs should give more chances to youths for the participation. While government is facilitating NGO’s work, people in the community should start joining together so that NGOs will find it easy to help the community.

អង្គការក្រៅរដ្ឋភិបាល ការចូលរួមអភិវឌ្ឍសង្គម និងការប្រឈម

ដោយស៊ុនណារិន និងឡេង ឡែន

ស្របពេលដែលច្បាប់អង្គការក្រៅរដ្ឋាភិបាលកំពុងត្រូវបានរិះគន់ពីសំណាក់សង្គមស៊ីវិល  កាលពីចុងខែធ្នូ ឆ្នាំ២០១១ លោកនាយករដ្ឋមន្រ្តីហ៊ុន សែនបានសម្រេចទុកលទ្ធភាពអោយ

ជជែកច្បាប់អង្គការដល់ឆ្នាំ២០១៤។ លោកនាយករដ្ឋមន្រ្តីបានបញ្ជាក់ថា៖«រដ្ឋាភិបាលយកចិត្ត

ទុកដាក់ទៅលើសកម្មភាពទាំងឡាយរបស់អង្គការក្រៅរដ្ឋាភិបាល និងចាត់ទុកអ្នកទាំងនោះជា

ផ្នែកមួយដ៏សំខាន់នៃការអភិវឌ្ឍប្រទេស»។ បើយោងតាមការប៉ាន់ស្មាន ប្រទេសកម្ពុជាមាន

អង្គការក្រៅរដ្ឋាភិបាល និងសមាគមន៍ប្រហែលជា៣០០០ ដែលត្រូវបានចុះបញ្ជីជាមួយនឹង

ក្រសួងមហាផ្ទៃ។ ទោះបីជាយ៉ាងណាក៏ដោយ យើងក៏សង្កេតឃើញអង្គការក្រៅរដ្ឋាភិបាល

មួយចំនួន មានភាពអសកម្មផងដែរ។

ការចូលរួមរបស់អង្គការក្រៅរដ្ឋាភិបាល គឺជាការចូលរួមចំណែកដ៏ធំមួយក្នុងការធ្វើអោយ

ប្រទេសកម្ពុជាមានការរីកចម្រើន ដោយពួកគេបានធ្វើការទៅលើផ្នែកសំខាន់ៗនៅក្នុង

សហគមន៍នៅតាមបណ្តាខេត្តនានាដែលកំពុងតែជួបប្រទះនឹងបញ្ហា ។ តែទោះបីជាយ៉ាងណាក៏ដោយ ពួកគាត់នៅតែមានបញ្ហាប្រឈមមួយចំនួន ជាពិសេសការចូលរួមពីសហគមន៍ និងពី

សំណាក់យុវជន។ លោក អ៊ុច សំនៀង បុគ្គលិកសម្របសម្រួលសហគមន៏នៅស្រុកល្វាឯម ខេត្តកណ្ដាលនៃអង្គការការីតាសកម្ពុជា បានអោយដឹងថាការចូលរួមរបស់យុវជននៅតាមសហគមន៍ គឺនៅមានកម្រិតនៅឡើយ ដោយលោកបានបញ្ជាក់ថា៖«យុវជនភាគច្រើនរវល់តែនៅស្រែចំការ ក្រីក្រខ្វះខាត និងចំនេះដឹងនៅមានកម្រិត ដូច្នេះគាត់មិនសូវគិតពីតម្លៃនៃការចូលរួមប៉ុន្មានទេ។ម្យ៉ាងទៀតយុវជនទាំងនោះមិនសូវអោយតម្លៃដល់ការចូលរួមនោះទេ ឧទាហរណ៏ពេលមានសិក្ខាសាលា យើងអញ្ចើញយុវជនអោយចូលរួម ប៉ុន្តែគេឆ្លើយថារវល់ជាដើម»។

លោកម៉ម សម្បត្តិ នាយកប្រតិបត្តិនៃអង្គារអភិវឌ្ឍន៍ និងភាពជាដៃគូក្នុងសកម្មភាព (ឌីភីអេ) បានមានប្រសាសន៍ថា អង្គការរបស់លោកបានជួបនឹងការលំបាកមួយចំនួនដែរ ដូចជាការសុំ

ការអនុញ្ញាតិពីអាជ្ញាធរខេត្ត នៅពេលដែលមានការរៀបចំកិច្ចប្រជុំ ឫកម្មវិធីអ្វីមួយ។
លោកបានបញ្ជាក់ថា៖«ការសុំអនុញ្ញាតិ វាស៊ីពេល ហើយមិនដឹងថានឹងទទួលបានការសម្រេច

អត់ពីថ្នាក់លើ។នេះ គឺជាសំពាធមួយ»។ តែទោះបីជាយ៉ាងណា លោកបានបានអោយដឹងថា

ស្ថានភាពឥឡូវមានភាពល្អប្រសើរច្រើន ដោយកន្លងមកមានកិច្ចសហប្រតិបត្តិការបានល្អពី

អាជ្ញាធរថ្នាក់ក្រោម និងមន្ទីរនានា ហើយលោកបានបន្ថែមថា ថ្មីៗនេះ សម្តេចហ៊ុន សែនបាន

អបអរសាទរនឹងការងារអង្គការក្រៅរដ្ឋាភិបាល និងបានអំពាវនាវអោយអាជ្ញាធរនៅតាមខេត្ត

នានាអោយសហការណ៍បានល្អ និងជួយសម្រួលការងារដល់អង្គការក្រៅរដ្ឋាភិបាល។

លោកបានបញ្ជាក់ទៀតថា៖«យើងឃើញមានការចូលរួមផុសផុលពីសហគមន៍ និងពីសំណាក់

យុវជនផងដែរ ដូចជានៅភូមិភាគភាគតិចដែលមិនសូវមានចំណាកស្រុក ហើយយើងមានជា

សហគមន៍យុវជន និងក្រុមយុវជនក្នុងការជួយការងារ»។(ឌីភីអេ) ជាអង្គការអន្តរជាតិ ដែល

ធ្វើការងារចាប់តាំងពីឆ្នាំ១៩៧៩ ហើយឥឡូវនេះបានធ្វើការងារនៅក្នុងខេត្តចំនួន១០ ជា

ពិសេសនៅភូមិភាគឥសាន។ នេះបើយោងទៅតាមលោក ម៉ម សម្បត្តិ។

យុវជនត្រូវបានចាត់ទុកជាផ្នែកមួយដ៏សំខាន់ក្នុងការអភិវឌ្ឍប្រទេស ក៏ដូចជាជួយសង្គមស៊ីវិល

ធ្វើការងារនៅតាមសហគមន៍នានា។ អង្គការក្រៅរដ្ឋាភិបាលមួយចំនួនបានជ្រើសរើសយកយុវ

ជនមកធ្វើការជាមួយនឹងសហគមន៍។ កញ្ញា នៅ អ៊ុនហេង អាយុ២០ ជាយុវជនស្ម័គ្រចិត្តនៅអង្គការអភិវឌ្ឍធនធានយុវជន YRDP បាននឹងកំពុងចូលរួមចែករំលែកចំនេះដឹងអភិវឌ្ឃន៏នៅ

តំបន់ដាច់ស្រយាល។ ជាក់ស្ដែងថ្មីៗនេះ កញ្ញាបានទៅបង្រៀនប្រជាជនអំពីការចូលរួមរបស់ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋនៅឃុំពោធិអង្ក្រងនៃខេត្តកំពង់ស្ពឺ។កញ្ញាបាននិយាយថា៖”«ខ្ញុំបានបង្រៀនពួកគាត់អោយចេះតាមដានពីសកម្មភាពរបស់អាជ្ញាធរមូលដ្ឋាន។ដំបូងមិនសូវមានការចូលរួមជាមួយយើងប៉ុន្មានទេ ព្រោះយើងថ្មី ដូច្នេះយើងត្រូវអត់ធ្មត់។ យើងមិនសូវមានយុវជនចូល

រួមជាមួយយើងប៉ុន្មានទេ គេនាំគ្នាចំណាកស្រុករកការងារធ្វើ»។

កញ្ញាអ៊ុនហេង បានសំនូមពរអោយយុវជនគួរតែចំណាយពេលជួយសហគមន៏របស់ខ្លួន

ព្យាយាមអោយខ្លួនគាត់មានភាពរវល់ដើម្បីចូលរួមដោះស្រាយបញ្ហាជាមួយមនុស្សចាស់ដែលកំពុងតែធ្វើការនៅក្នុងសហគមន៍នានា។កញ្ញាបាននិយាយថា៖«យើងត្រូវចេះលះបង់ពេលវេលា ជួយសហគមន៏ដាច់ស្រយាលអោយរីកចម្រើនទាំងអស់គ្នា។កុំចាំទំនេរសឹមធ្វើ ត្រូវចាប់ផ្ដើមចូលរួមពីឥឡូវទៅ»។ទាក់ទងនឹងបញ្ហានេះ លោក អ៊ុច សំនៀង មន្រ្តីអង្គការការីតាសបានបន្ថែមថា៖«អ្នកធ្វើមុនគ្រាន់តែត្រួសត្រាយផ្លូវ យើងសង្គមស៊ីវិលធ្វើបានតែមួយភ្លែត ដូច្នេះមានតែយុវជនដែលអាចស្នងតំណែងការអភិវឌ្ឃ ដូច្នេះយុវជនត្រូវចាប់ផ្ដើមចូលរួមចាប់ពីពេលនេះទៅ»។

ការចូលរួមរបស់ប្រជាជននៅតាមសហគមន៍នៅតែជាបញ្ហា ទោះបីជាមានការចូលរួម ពី

សំណាក់រដ្ឋាភិបាលក៏ដោយ។លោកជាម យៀប អ្នកតំណាងរាស្រ្តគណបក្សប្រជាជន បានអោយដឹងថារដ្ឋាភិបាលតែងតែការពារគាំពារដល់អង្គការក្រៅរដ្ឋាភិបាលកាលណាគេមាន

គោលដៅច្បាស់លាស់ ហើយអនុវត្តទៅតាមច្បាប់។

លោកបានមានប្រសាសន៍ថា៖«យើងតែងតែជួយការពារសន្តិសុខ និងអោយសមត្ថកិច្ចជួយសម្រួលការងាររបស់គាត់ និងអោយមានការចូលរួមពីសំណាក់សហគមន៍នៅមូលដ្ឋាន»។








This is what I wrote to apply for GIZ regarding Khmer Rouge Issue

By SUN Narin

I was really curious to hear about the announcement of Cambodian Khmer Rouge Tribunal Fellowship of GIZ since I have prepared for it for a long time. Now it is time for me to tell you why a young generation like me who has been playing a role as a young journalism student and journalist should be provided with this golden opportunity to participate in your beneficial program which has impacted Cambodian society and the issue of Khmer Rouge.

Khmer Rouge issue has become my strong interest since I was young when I started getting to know more about it after I was told by my grandmother, parents and old people in my hometown who experienced the regime during the period of 1975-1979. My grandmother told me that my grandfather died of the starvation during the regime. My tear and sad feeling came out. I said to myself that what about other people who have lost their families or who have been separated and could not find their members until now. Even though the Maoist regime has passed for more than 3 decades, Cambodian people have still remembered what happened to them and the brutal time has outgrown Cambodia until now.

I have committed to myself that I will try to do something to get involved with the regime-related issue. A lot of questions come to my mind regarding the mass killings and the destruction left by the regime in the country. Some people are resilent from the regime. However, the regime has lead some people to live with psychological condition as I met with people how were strongly affected by the regime. All the people across the country have been waiting for justice and the factual reasons from Khmer Rouge leaders who have been in the trial for case 002 in KRT. Reconciliation has become the common and best way for people to get over the past. A lot of related organizations have been doing work to make people live peacefully without any retaliation towards the former Khmer Rouge people. Now Cambodians are happy that the court sentenced Kaing Guek Eav alias Duch, former S21 chief, to life imprisonment on February 3. It is the wish of Khmer Rouge survivors including Chum Mey and Bou Meng and other people who experienced being tortured during the imprisonment at Toul Sleng. However, they have been still anxiously waiting for the trial of case 002 on the other main leaders who are now with the complex issue the trial.

You may be wondering to what extent that I have contributed to Khmer Rouge. My strong interest has lead me to try to get more insights pertaining to Khmer Rouge. As the media student of the Department of Media and Communication (DMC) which falls under Royal University of Phnom Penh, with roles to play in outreaching the issue of Khmer Rouge, I have produced one around-9-minute documentary film on former Khmer Rouge converted to Christianity for the project sponsored by GTZ and lead by lecturer Andreas Grigro (attached video in the folder or you can view it on I went to Samlot, the redoubt of former Khmer Rogue people, to do interview with them. I met a lot of former Khmer Rouge people over there and got to know them more and more and understood more about the regime. Some hate former Khmer Rouge people since they consider them as the perpetrator, but we have to understand that they are also the victims of the regime since they were coerced to commit something bad by their superior.

Besides being a journalism student, I am also a young journalist for Lift magazine, the supplement to the Phnom Penh Post. As a young journalist, I have also contributed to the issue of Khmer Rouge. I have jointly produced one documentary film for the Phnom Penh Post newspaper website in 2010 during the announcement of Duch’s verdict. I went to Kampong Thom, where Pol Pot was born, and shot video on the reaction of people regarding the verdict (as I put as my reference or you can view link for video:

Not only videos, but I, in order to contribute more to Khmer Rouge, have produced some articles for print media relevant to Khmer Rouge too as I put in the folder as my reference. This has made me learn and aware more of Khmer Rouge issue. However, this is just a small part of my contribution. I have a lot of things to contribute more for the issue of Khmer Rouge.

Due to the fact that I want more people to know about Khmer Rouge, especially the young generation who has not experienced the regime and keep it in their memory, I have created a blog ( after I have done video project for GIZ at my school. The blog is to gather the documentary films that my friends and I have produced and it is also the place to share my pieces and comment pertaining to Khmer Rouge and other articles recently published on the newspaper as the compilation of the print articles with regard to Khmer Rouge.

Also, I volunteered at DC-Cam and my responsibility was to note the document left by the Khmer Rouge. I learnt more about Khmer Rouge during my work. DC-Cam has been initiating a program called “Resilence” and it will be broadcast on Cambodian Television Network (CTN) soon. Therefore, I am hopeful that I will have a chance to contribute to this program since I am media students who have some insights on Khmer Rouge.

Therefore, participating in your program will make me more knowledgeable of the regime in term of legal aspects and the other issues around the Khmer Rouge in addition to my understanding, so I will be able to transfer my project both at DC-Cam for “Resilence” program or something else for ECCC. I have my plan after I join the project already. I am planning to produce a multimedia package on the theme of Khmer Rouge including documentary video and some feature stories on Khmer Rouge. Another plan is that I am planning to produce a packaged newsletter or newspaper consisting of feature stories, profiles of former Khmer Rouge people, and photo stories of the former Khmer Rouge people. I am pretty sure that I will be able to produce a documentary film or news package regarding Khmer Rouge after joining your program owing to my experienced in video and working as a journalist. I am adequately confident that I will be able to do it after I finish the program.

To reiterate, this is just a small part for me as a young generation to know about Khmer Rouge and to contribute to the society. Now we have the court which has been finding the justice for the people. However, some people criticize that the country wastes a lot of money and they do not value the court at all. I think it is not true since it is the only way to find justice for Cambodian people and to make people experienced the regime be able to live peacefully after the collapse of the regime. It seems recently a lot of things happening to the court including the corruption, political influence, the lack of fund to support the working staffs over there. I am still wondering about the possible trial for case 002 since the main Khmer Rouge leaders are old and they do not want to talk much about the regime.

I am pretty sure that your program will enlighten me and provide me with a wide range of knowledge related to Khmer Rouge in addition to what I have known. Therefore, I will be able to do something with what I will get from your program.

With my strong interest in Khmer Rouge, commitment with Khmer Rouge Tribunal program and some other achievements in conjunction with Khmer Rouge pieces, I hope you kindly consider me for this program. As a young journalist and Cambodian, I will be able to learn and contribute more to Khmer Rouge issue in Cambodia. I am looking forwards to telling you more in the interview.

The declining service of state-run hospitals

Sun Narin Oum Vannak
Wednesday, 15 February 2012

Health care professionals bear a tremendous amount of responsibility and stress.

Most of the time, they work with a high volume of sick patients. It is their sworn duty to serve those suffering from illness. 

However, medical ethics is still a hot issue surrounding public hospitals across the Kingdom.

Some doctors ignore, or fail to deliver, care to their patients below the poverty belt.

Cambodian medical school graduates pledge to follow a high ethical standard before becoming a professional doctor.

But many of them don’t follow through with their promise to poorer or uninsured patients.

This problem has resulted in the decline of service at state-run hospitals, and Cambodians are thus often reluctant to seek treatment.

Forty-four-year old Chan Vanna, from Takeo province, whose son was sent to a public hospital in Phnom Penh last year when he was the victim of a traffic accident, complained that public hospitals treat people only if they have enough money for the service payment.

She expressed anger with public hospitals, citing poor health care services to the economically disadvantaged.

“If public hospitals always charge money, then who can people count? The doctors ask for money first, before treatment, despite the severe condition [of the patient],” she said.

Funding deficit for treatment at public hospitals is increasingly becoming a major concern for Cambodians. Patients are growing more dissatisfied with hospital facilities and the quality of medical care.

Ouk Dalin, 21, said that she always goes to private hospitals whenever she is sick.

She added that whereas she finds public hospitals disorganized and sometimes unsanitary, private clinics offer first-rate services.

“My relatives and I are always treated well when we stay at the private hospitals, since doctors come to check [on us] both day and night. They speak and perform well with their patients,” she said.

However, Sim Saky, 27, acknowledged that public hospitals are sometimes better than private ones in certain situations.

He raised the example of a serious illness; in this case, one can stay at the hospital longer and spend significantly less money.

“If you have an illness that isn’t major, it is good to go to the private hospital since you can meet a doctor immediately,” he said.

“It is normal that there are a lot of patients at public hospitals, so the service provided is not the same as at private ones. [At public hospitals] we do not leave them [poor patients]. We pay attention to them equally. But lateness always exists,” said Dr Long Ky, Director of General Disease Section at Phnom Penh Municipal Referral Hospital.

“We treat and serve the general public, both rich and poor, equally.”

However, Dr Long Ky admitted there are still some problems in public hospitals regarding the dynamic between patient and doctor.

Health Minister Mam Bunheng said that the Ministry of Health is working to advise medical staff at public hospitals on an improved means of interaction with patients.

“There are a lot of changes. We want to know what specific health centres have problems. We will educate [these medical staff] and solve [these problems] for the people,” he said.

“Also, [those who cannot afford medical care] can go to the public hospitals free of charge and we have the equity card for them.”

សេវាកម្មពេទ្យរដ្ឋ និងឯកជន

ដោយ ស៊ុនណារិន និងអ៊ុំ វណ្ណៈ

រឿងរ៉ាវជាច្រើនបានកើតឡើងជាមួយនឹងគ្រូពេទ្យមួយចំនួននៅតាមមន្ទីរពេទ្យរដ្ឋនានា ដូចជាការមើលងាយ មើលថោកទៅលើអ្នកជម្ងឺក្រីក្រ មកពីជនបទ ហើយគ្មានលុយបង់សេវាកម្មមើលថែអោយបានគ្រប់គ្រាន់ ការមិន

មើលអ្នកជម្ងឺប្រសិនបើគ្មានលុយបង់ និងការប្រើប្រាស់ពាក្យសម្តី និងអាកប្បកិរិយាមិនសមរម្យទៅលើ

អ្នកជម្ងឺនៅពេលដែលពួកគាត់ទៅរកសេវាកម្មព្យាបាលនៅតាមពេទ្យរដ្ឋនានា ជាពិសេសនៅក្នុងទីក្រុងភ្នំពេញ។

ប្រជាជនកម្ពុជាភាគច្រើន គឺមិនអាចរកប្រាក់អោយបានគ្រប់គ្រាន់ដើម្បីចំណាយទៅលើការថែរក្សាសុខភាពនោះទេ ក្នុងខណៈពេលដែលប្រជាជនកម្ពុជាជាង៣០ភាគរយ កំពុងរស់នៅក្រោមបន្ទាត់នៃភាពក្រីក្រ និងកង្វះមណ្ឌលសុខភាពនៅតាមតំបន់ឆ្ងាយៗនៅតាមបណ្តាខេត្តនានាទូទាំងប្រទេស នៅជាបញ្ហានៅឡើយ។

គ្រូពេទ្យមិនអាចព្យាបាលមនុស្សដោយមិនគិតប្រាក់នោះទេ។ តែទោះបីជាយ៉ាងណាក៏ដោយ វាហាក់ដូចជា គ្រូពេទ្យមួយចំនួនដែលជាអ្នកមានតែវិជ្ជាជីវៈ តែសីលធម៌វិញ គឺសូន្យតែម្តងដូចដែលគេនិយាយថា «គ្រូពេទ្យមិនមានចិត្តធម៌ និងក្រមសីលធម៌»។ អ្នកដែលបានបញ្ចប់ការសិក្សាផ្នែកពេទ្យ បានធ្វើការស្បថស្បែចំពោះការធ្វើការងារតាមស្តង់ដាខ្ពស់នៃក្រមសីលធម៌ពេទ្យ មុនពេលដែលពួកគេបានក្លាយទៅជាវេជ្ជបណ្ឌិតម្នាក់ដែលមានវិជ្ជាជីវៈ។ បញ្ហានេះ បានធ្វើអោយសេវាកម្មនៅពេទ្យរដ្ឋមួយចំនួន មានការធ្លាក់ចុះ ដែលធ្វើអោយប្រជាជនមានភាពរួញរាក្នុងការទៅព្យាបាលនៅមន្ទីរពេទ្យរដ្ឋ ប្រសិនបើពួកគាត់អាចជៀសបាន។

ប្រសិនបើអ្នកស្ទង់មតិមនុស្សនៅជុំវិញអ្នកចំនួន១០នាក់ អំពីគ្លិនិកឫពេទ្យឯកជន និងពេទ្យរដ្ឋ មនុស្សភាគច្រើនឫអ្នកទាំងគ្នាប្រាកដជានិយាយថា ពេទ្យឯកជនល្អជាងពេទ្យរដ្ឋ។ វាពិតជាត្រឹមត្រូវហើយ ដោយសារតែអ្នកដែលទៅពេទ្យឯកជន គឺជាអ្នកមានលុយដើម្បីចំណាយ ដូច្នេះការមើលថែត្រូវតែដិតដល់ទៅលើអ្នកជម្ងឺ។តែវាមិនមែនជារឿងលេងសើចទេចំពោះសុខភាពដែលក្នុងនាមជាលោកគ្រូពេទ្យ

ឫវេជ្ជបណ្ឌិតត្រូវតែពិនិត្យទៅលើអ្នកជម្ងឺដោយយកចិត្តទុកដាក់ដូចគ្នា ទោះបីជាអ្នកជម្ងឺក្រឫមានក៏


អ្នកស្រី ចាន់ វណ្ណាអាយុ ៤៤ឆ្នាំ រស់នៅខេត្តតាកែវ ដែលធ្លាប់បានបញ្ជួនកូនដែលទទួលរងគ្រោះថ្នាក់ចរាចរណ៍កាលពីឆ្នាំ២០១១មកមន្ទីរពេទ្យរដ្ឋមួយនៅក្នុងរាជធានីភ្នំពេញ បានរអ៊ូរទាំនឹងមន្ទីរពេទ្យថា ពេទ្យរដ្ឋ ក៏ដូចជាពេទ្យឯកជនដែរ អ្វីៗអាចដោះស្រាយបានទាល់តែមានលុយគ្រប់គ្រាន់ ហើយអ្នកស្រីពិតជាមានការអន់ចិត្តយ៉ាងខ្លាំងចំពោះមន្ទីរពេទ្យរដ្ឋខ្មែរ ដែលមិនបានផ្តល់សេវាកម្មល្អដើម្បីជួយដល់ប្រជាជនដែលក្រីក្រ។

អ្នកស្រីបានបញ្ជាក់ថា៖«ជាធម្មតាប្រជាពលរដ្ឋខ្មែរភាគច្រើនមានជីវភាពក្រីក្រ ដូច្នេះហើយពួកគេតែងតែពឹងពាក់លើពេទ្យរដ្ឋនៅពេលដែលពួកគេមានគ្រោះ ឬឈឺថ្កាត់អ្វីម្តងៗ ប៉ុន្តែបើពេទ្យរដ្ឋយើងផ្តល់

សេវាកម្មគិតតែពីលុយដូច្នេះ តើឲ្យពួកគេទៅពឹងពាក់អ្នកណាទៀត។ ពេទ្យរដ្ឋភាគច្រើននឹងសួរថាយើងមានលុយឬអត់សិន មុននឹងគេធ្វើការព្យាបាលឲ្យ បើទោះជាស្ថានភាពជម្ងឺយើងធ្ងន់ធ្ងរក៏ដោយ»។

បញ្ហាមិនមានថវិកា ឫការខ្វះខាតថវិកាដើម្បីអោយពេទ្យរដ្ឋព្យាបាល បានក្លាយជាបញ្ហាបារម្ភមួយសម្រាប់ប្រជាជនខ្មែរ។ លើសពីនេះទៅទៀត សេវាកម្ម និងសម្ភារៈប្រើប្រាស់នៅមន្ទីរពេទ្យរដ្ឋបានក្លាយទៅជាការរិះគន់ពីសំណាក់ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋ។ កញ្ញា អោក ដាលីន អាយុ២១ឆ្នាំ ជានិសិត្សមកពីវិទ្យាស្ថានវ៉ាន់ដាគណនេយ្យ បាននិយាយថា នាងតែងតែទៅរកពេទ្យឯកជនដើម្បីព្យាបាលជម្ងឺនៅពេលដែលនាងឈឺ ហើយនាងមិនដែលបានសាកល្បងចូលទៅព្យាបាលជម្ងឺនៅមន្ទីរពេទ្យរដ្ឋឡើយ ព្រោះនាងគិតថាពេទ្យរដ្ឋ គឺរញ៉េរញ៉ៃ មិនស្អាត និងមិនមានផាសុខភាពដូចពេទ្យឯកជន។ នាងបន្តថា ឧបករណ៍ប្រើប្រាស់ទូទៅរបស់ពេទ្យឯកជនដែលនាងបានទៅព្យាបាល គឺមានសព្វគ្រប់ និងទំនើបៗដូចជាមន្ទីរពេទ្យរដ្ឋដែរ តែអ្វីដែលសំខាន់នោះ គឺសេវាកម្មនៅពេទ្យឯកជនមានភាពល្អប្រសើរជាងពេទ្យរដ្ឋច្រើន ជាពិសេសការមើលថែអ្នកជម្ងឺអោយបានដិតដល់ពីគិលានុបដ្ឋាក និងវេជ្ជបណ្ឌិត។

កញ្ញាបានបញ្ជាក់ថា៖«បងប្អូនខ្ញុំ និងខ្ញុំតែងតែទទួលបានការពិនិត្យនិងថែទាំយ៉ាងយកចិត្តទុកដាក់នៅពេលពួកយើងដេកពេទ្យឯកជនព្រោះ មានពេទ្យនិងបុគ្គលិកពេទ្យជាច្រើនមកពិនិត្យសារ៉ូម និងម៉ោងលេបថ្នាំបានទៀងទាត់និងញឹកញាប់ទាំងយប់ទាំងថ្ងៃ ចំនែកឯពេទ្យរដ្ឋគឺមិនសូវយកចិត្តទុកដាក់ពីបញ្ហានេះឡើយ។ ការនិយាយស្តីក៏ល្អនិងមានសុជីវធម៌ ជាងពេទ្យរដ្ឋផងដែរ»។

លោក ស៊ីម សាគី អាយុ២៧ឆ្នាំ បានលើកឡើងថា គ្លីនិកឯកជនភាគច្រើនបានបើកដោយវេជ្ជបណ្ឌិតដែលមកពីមន្ទីរពេទ្យរដ្ឋ ដែលពួកយើងអាចជឿទុកចិត្តបាន។

លោកបានមានប្រសាសន៍ថា៖«បើយើងឈឺតិចតួច ទៅគ្លីនិកឯកជនគឺល្អ ព្រោះអ្នកនឹងបានជួបផ្ទាល់ជាមួយវេជ្ជបណ្ឌិតភ្លាមៗ ដោយមិនចាំបាច់ឆ្លងកាត់ច្រើនតំណាក់កាលដូចពេទ្យរដ្ឋទេ»។ទោះជាយ៉ាងណាក៏ដោយ លោកសាគី បានបន្តថាពេទ្យ ពេលខ្លះពេទ្យរដ្ឋ គឺប្រសើរជាងពេទ្យឯកជននៅពេលដែលអ្នកឈឺធ្ងន់និងត្រូវសម្រាកព្យាបាលរយៈពេលយូរ ព្រោះវាធូរថ្លៃ និងមានទំនុកចិត្តជាងពេទ្យឯកជមួយ


លោកវេជ្ជបណ្ឌិតឡុង គី ប្រធានផ្នែកជម្ងឺទូទៅនៃមន្ទីរពេទ្យបង្អែករាជធានីភ្នំពេញបានមានប្រសាសន៍

ថា៖«ធម្មតាទេ ពេទ្យរដ្ឋអ្នកជម្ងឺច្រើន ដូច្នេះការផ្តល់សេវាកម្មមិនដូចពេទ្យឯកជនទេ តែគេមិនបោះបង់

ចោលទេ ពេលចូលមកគេយកចិត្តទុកដាក់ដូចគ្នា តែការយឺតយ៉ាវ វាតែងតែមាន»។លោកបានបន្ថែមថា ពេទ្យឫគ្លីនិកឯកជន អ្នកជម្ងឺត្រូវបង់ថ្លៃទាំងអស់ ហើយអ្នកដែលមានលទ្ធភាព ទើបអាចទៅមើលនៅពេទ្យឯកជនបាន។

លោកបានបញ្ជាក់ថា៖«យើងមើលមនុស្សទូទៅ ហើយផ្តល់សេវាកម្មដូចគ្នា មិនថាអ្នកក្រឫមានទេ។ យើងព្យាបាលមិនប្រកាន់វណ្ណៈ មិនមែនថាអ្នកយើងមិនរវល់ទេ យើងមើលអ្នកមានអ្នកក្រដូចគ្នា»។ ទោះបីជាយ៉ាងណាក៏ដោយ លោកក៏បានទទួលស្គាល់ពីចំនុចអវិជ្ជមានមួយចំនួនដែលបានកើតឡើងនៅមន្ទីរពេទ្យរដ្ឋមួយចំនួន តែលោកបានមានប្រសាសន៍ថា ឥឡូវនេះសេវាកម្មនៅមន្ទីរពេទ្យរដ្ឋមានលក្ខណៈល្អប្រសើរច្រើន ដោយសារតែបុគ្គលិកពេទ្យ បានរៀនពីឥរិយាបថ និងសម្តីសំដៅជាមួយនឹងអ្នកជម្ងឺ។

ទាក់ទងនឹងបញ្ហានៅមន្ទីរពេទ្យរដ្ឋ លោកម៉ម ប៊ុនហេង រដ្ឋមន្រ្តីក្រសួងសុខាភិបាលបានអោយដឹង

ថា ក្រសួង ក៏ដូចជាមន្ទីរពេទ្យរដ្ឋមានការណែនាំច្រើនជាហូរហែ ហើយមានគណកម្មការគ្រប់គ្រង និង


លោកបានបញ្ជាក់ថា៖«យើងមានការកែប្រែច្រើន យើងចង់អោយមានការណែនាំ អប់រំជាលក្ខណៈជាក់ស្តែង។ យើងចង់ដឹងអោយច្បាស់ថា វាកើតឡើងនៅអង្គភាពសុខភាពមួយណា យើងនឹងអប់រំពួកគាត់ ដោះស្រាយជូនប្រជាពលរដ្ឋ»។

លោកបានបន្តថា៖«អ្នកក្រីក្រមានការព្យាបាលដោយមិនបង់ថ្លៃនៅគ្រប់មន្ទីរពេទ្យរដ្ឋទាំងអស់ ដោយយើងមានជាមូលនិធិសមធម៌សម្រាប់ពួកគាត់។ ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋមកមើលនៅពេទ្យរដ្ឋមានច្រើនជាហូរហែ និងមានការកើនឡើងច្រើន»។


ឫស្រុកដែលមិនដូចជាមន្ទីរពេទ្យនៅថ្នាក់ជាតិ តែក្រសួងមានដាក់ជាពេទ្យថ្នាក់ជាតិ ពេទ្យបង្អែកខេត្ត

ពេទ្យថ្នាក់ស្រុក និងមណ្ឌលសុខភាពផ្សេងៗដើម្បីផ្តល់សេវាកម្មអោយបានល្អជូនដល់ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋ៕


PHNOM PENH–Cambodia’s low-rise capital city is reaching for the sky-again.


Sun Narin and Celine Fernandez contributed to this article.

Long known as one of the last major Asian cities without a skyline, Phnom Penh embarked on a high-rise building boom in the middle of the last decade, only to see it derailed by the global financial crisis of 2008 and 2009. Although a few tall buildings were completed, including a 32-story bank tower, other ambitious projects-like an 1,820-foot skyscraper that would have been the tallest in Asia at the time and among the tallest buildings in the world, behind Dubai’s 2,717-foot Burj Khalifa-never got off the ground.

Now that Cambodia has recovered from the financial crisis-gross domestic product increased 6.0% in 2010, after rising 0.1% in 2009, according to the World Bank-its developers are dusting off ambitious plans again. They are betting that Cambodia could become one of Asia’s next big investment hot spots, though it remains far from clear whether the country, one of Asia’s smallest, can sustain the high-end, high-rise development that has transformed other Asian cities in recent years. Among the most prominent projects is Vattanac Capital Tower, a 38-story, $170 million office, retail and serviced-apartment development under construction downtown. Its developer, a local company called Vattanac Properties that has investments in industrial and golf properties, says the building should be finished later this year, and will include a host of amenities not commonly associated with Cambodia, including luxury boutiques, 29 elevators and five-star service for its serviced apartments. The developer is targeting tenants such as securities firms affiliated with Cambodia’s stock exchange, which officially launched last year even though there weren’t any companies ready to be listed. It is expected to expand this year.

“We believe that the only way is up” for Cambodia, says Vattanac Sam Ang, the executive director of Vattanac Properties, thanks to its position as a crossroads between Thailand and Vietnam. He said the project had secured the financing needed to complete construction, but declined to provide details. The building is also notable for its design, a departure from the colonial villas and low-rise buildings with businesses on the ground and housing above that dominate most of Phnom Penh. Developed with architects at TFP Farrells, a firm with offices in London and Hong Kong that designed the China National Petroleum Corp. headquarters in Beijing and other landmarks, it looks like a giant glass-and-steel boot with a glass-encased box resting on its foot, like a soccer player balancing a ball on the crown of his shoe.

The designers say its shape is supposed to evoke a dragon’s back, symbolizing good luck and wealth. Other major new buildings in Phnom Penh include a 20-story resort and convention center, with shopping areas and cigar lounges, under construction on a 14-hectare spit of land overlooking the Mekong River in the middle of Phnom Penh. The site sits directly across from the main downtown riverside promenade, meaning the building will likely become a landmark. It features a Sokha Hotel, a popular local brand controlled by a Cambodian oil conglomerate, as well as luxury condominiums.

An official at Sokha Hotels said the oil company, Sokimex, was financing the initial stages of the development, but he declined to provide further details. A 12-story Sofitel and spa, billed as Phnom Penh’s first new five-star hotel in more than a decade, opened recently. There is also a new 22-story office building-Hyundai Phnom Penh Tower, completed last year by an affiliate of South Korea’s Hyundai Motor. Other high-rise projects are under way. The new buildings are a reminder that Cambodia is coming into the investment mainstream as it recovers from decades of political chaos and civil war, including several years in the 1970s under the Khmer Rouge regime that left more than a million Cambodians dead. Many investors hope Cambodia’s young population, low wages and promising agricultural sector will lead to more years of strong growth.

But the country also only has about 15 million people, compared with 245 million in Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest economy. It continues to suffer from insufficient infrastructure and a reputation for corruption. Cambodia ranked 164th out of 183 countries in a recent index measuring corruption perceptions published by Transparency International, a global graft-fighting group.

Phnom Penh has already seen a number of big real-estate projects get under way, only to stop because of funding or other problems. Among the biggest flameouts: A 42-story tower backed by Korean investors known as Gold Tower 42 that stopped construction when it reached just above 30 stories. It remains unfinished; Locals joke it should be capped as it stands and renamed “Brown Tower 31.” Other high-rise buildings in town have taken a while to fill up, local real-estate experts say. The 32-story Canadia Tower, which became the head office of Phnom Penh’s Canadia Bank PLC in 2009, has done comparatively well and now is about 90% occupied.

Daniel Parkes, a Phnom Penh property expert who until recently served as country manager for CB Richard Ellis (Cambodia), says he thinks there is a market for high-end offices and other developments in Phnom Penh, though it could take a while to mature. He notes that many office tenants are now working out of old low-rise buildings and villas where they have to pay for their own security guards and power generators, meaning they may eventually be eager to move to more modern facilities. Either way, buildings like Vattanac Capital Tower are “not a one-off,” in Cambodia he said. The country still has little or no “grade A” office space, and nothing like the luxury shopping malls and swanky apartment buildings in places like Bangkok or even Hanoi. As Cambodia continues to develop, he says, it will inevitably see more of the same.



Young business during the Valentine’s Day

 By Ou Banung and Sun Narin

Valentine’s Day which is anxiously awaited among young people, is on the horizon, remaining only one more week. Youths are now ready to do something for their lovers, especially for their couple. The purchase of roses and other souvenir stuffs for the beloved ones has become the habit for men who have to give some gifts to their lovers on that special day of the year.

Meanwhile, some youths, especially young girls take this two-day opportunity to do business of selling flowers, packaging gifts and other souvenirs. Nguon Sony, nine-teen-year-old student of the National University of Management in cooperation with her friends experienced the selling last year. She said that she and her friends put money together last year for the business of selling roses and souvenirs.

“I have my group of seven members and we put around 10 dollars each. Truly, it is the first time for us in selling despite its small-scale and few-day time’s business,” she said.

She told Lift reporter that her group sold for one evening before Valentine’s Day and for the full day of the Valentine’s Day, adding that she gained profits like their group’s efforts.

“Actually, I gained no much benefit since my group had a lot of members and we had to share each with some profit money. What I gained much was the joyfulness of working in group and experience of doing business such as flexibility and creative idea despite the small-scale business,” she said.

With creative idea and making use of the advanced technology, a group of youths have created a webpage for selling roses and souvenirs. Piseth Sakan, 20, who is now studying at the Institute of Foreign Languages (IFL), is in cooperation with her other members last year to sell on internet. He has posted the pictures of roses and gifts for the people who are fond of them are able to book them for February 14.

With his first experience in selling, he said that he did not make much profit last year.  “It is a little difficult and it is not a lot of profit since I do not know how to package the flowers beautifully. Thus, I have to hire other people to do it for me. What we get is the joyfulness and group work,” he said.

Selling flowers and souvenir is ubiquitous in Phnom Penh on the day of February 14.

Sar Samnang, the owner of florist shop Suon Penh Chet located near Boeung Trabek and Chruoy Changva, said that she could sell flowers both normal day and special day of Valentine’s Day since her shop provides the service of fresh flowers and roses for the loved couples.

She added that, “During the valentine’s day, the flower selling at school, along the road and garden is at best selling comparing to mine since there are a lot of youths buying.”

Chan Pisey, AIESEC’s national vice president for communications in Cambodia, who is leading competitive business program, said that it is good that youths now are interested in the short-term business and have the ideas of business during Valentine’s Day since they have the ideas and dare to express and implement although it works or does not work.

“They have the ideas and they want to implement it. Some people are not uncourageous and shy to do that. They have that small plan and if is greatly successful, they may implement a big one in the future,” she said.

She told Lift that it is just the simple business during Valentine’s Day. However, they have to make it unique and creative and have to do promotion to attract the purchase and then they can compete with other sellers, she added.



ដោយ អ៊ូ បាណុងនិងស៊ុន ណារិន

នៅសល់តែមួយសប្តាហ៍ទៀតប៉ុណ្ណោះ បុណ្យនៃសេចក្តីស្រលាញ់នឹងចូលមកដល់ដែលជាការទន្ទឹងរង់ចាំពីសំណាក់យុវជន។ពួកគេ

បានត្រៀមខ្លួនរួចជាស្រេចក្នុងការធ្វើអ្វីមួយដល់​​អ្នកជា​ទីស្រលាញ់ ជាពិសេសដៃគួសង្សាររបស់ពួកគេ។ ការទិញផ្កាកូលាប និងកាដូ

ផ្សេងៗជូនអ្នកជាទីស្រលាញ់ បានក្លាយជាទម្លាប់ដែលផ្នែកខាងបុរសត្រូវតែធ្វើជូនដល់អ្នកជាទីស្រលាញ់។

ស្របពេលនឹងការពេញនិយមនៃការទិញវត្ថុអនុស្សាវរីយ៍ និងផ្កាកូលាប យើងឃើញមានយុវជនជាច្រើនជាពិសេសនារីៗ បានឆ្លៀត

យកឪកាសពីរបីថ្ងៃកំឡុងពេលថ្ងៃបុណ្យសង្សារនេះ ទៅប្រកបមុខរបរ ដូចជាការលក់ផ្កា ឫខ្ចប់កាដូ វត្ថុអនុស្សាវរីយ៍ផ្សេងៗជាដើម។

ស្ថិតក្នុងវ័យ១៩ឆ្នាំ កញ្ញា ងួន សូនី ​ជា​និស្សិត​នៃ​សាកល​វិទ្យាល័យ​កម្ពុជា​ ដែលបានសហការដាក់ហ៊ុនជាមួយនឹងមិត្តរបស់នាងប៉ុន្មាន

នាក់ទៀតកាលពីឆ្នាំមុន ដើម្បីលក់ផ្កាកូលាប និងវត្ថុអនុស្សាវរីយ៍ផ្សេងៗនៅថ្ងៃបុណ្យ​នៃសេចក្តីស្រលាញ់។កញ្ញាបានអោយដឹង

ថាៈ«ក្រុមរបស់ខ្ញុំមានគ្នា៧នាក់ ហើយយើងបានចូលហ៊ុនគ្នា ម្នាក់១០ដុល្លារ។ មែន​ទែន​ទៅ​ វា​ជា​លើក​ដំបូង​របស់​យើង​ទាំងអស់គ្នា​ក្នុង​ការលក់ដូរ​ បើ​ទោះ​បីវា ​ជា​មុខ​របរ​តូចតាច​ ​ហើយ​មាន​រយៈពេល​ខ្លី​ក៏​ដោយ​​»។​

កញ្ញាបានបន្តថា ក្រុមរបស់កញ្ញាលក់តែពេលល្ងាចមួយថ្ងៃមុនថ្ងៃបុណ្យនៃស្រលាញ់ និង​ពេញ​មួយ​ថ្ងៃ​នៃ​ថ្ងៃ​១៤​កុម្ភៈ​ ហើយ​ជា​ផ្លែ​ផ្កា​​ ក្រុម​កញ្ញា​ពិត​ជា​ទទួល​បាន​ប្រាក់​ចំណេញ​ដែល​ឆ្លើយ​តប​នឹង​ការ​ខិត​ខំ​ប្រឹង​ប្រែង​របស់​ពួកគេ​ប្រាកដ​មែន​។​

កញ្ញាបានបញ្ជាក់ថាៈ«តាមពិតទៅ ខាងខ្ញុំមិនសូវជាចំណេញបានច្រើនប៉ុន្មានទេ ព្រោះ​ខ្ញុំមានគ្នាច្រើន គ្រាន់តែចែកគ្នាម្នាក់តិចៗទៅអស់ហើយ តែ​អ្វី​ដែល​ខាង​ខ្ញុំ​ទទួល​បាន​ច្រើន​ដ៏​លើស​លប់​នោះ​ គឺ​ភាព​សប្បាយ​រីករាយ​នៃ​ការ​ធ្វើ​ការងារ​ក្រុម​ និង​បទពិសោធន៍​ក្នុង​ការ​រកស៊ី​ ដូចជា​ ភាព​បទបែន​ និង​គំនិត​ច្នៃ​ប្រឌិត​ បើ​ទោះ​ជា​វា​ជា​របរ​តូច​តាច​ក្តី​»​។​

ជាមួយនឹងគំនិតច្នៃប្រឌិត និងការប្រើប្រាស់ប្រព័ន្ធបច្ចេកវិទ្យា មានក្រុមយុវជនមួយចំនួនបានបង្កើតជាការលក់ផ្កាឫវត្ថុអនុស្សា

វរីយ៍នៅលើគេហទំព័រអ៊ិនធឺណែតផងដែរ។ លោក ពិសិដ្ឋ ​សាកានអាយុ២០ឆ្នាំ ជានិស្សិតឆ្នាំទី៣​នៃវិទ្យាស្ថាន​ភាសាបរទេស

នៃសាកលវិទ្យាល័យភូមិន្ទភ្នំពេញ ក៏បានរួមគ្នាជាក្រុមមួយដែលមានគ្នា៦​នាក់​កាលពីឆ្នាំមុនដើម្បីលក់ផ្កាតាមប្រព័ន្ធ

អ៊ិនធឺណែត ដោយខាងលោកមានផ្តល់ជារូបភាព​ជូន​អ្នក​មើល ​ដើម្បីជ្រើសរើស និងកម្មង់ទុក ដូច្នេះដល់ថ្ងៃ១៤កុម្ភៈ អតិថិជនចាំតែមកយក​របស់តែប៉ុណ្ណោះ។ជាមួយនឹងបទពិសោធន៍លើក

ដំបូង សាកានបាននិយាយថា លោកមិនសូវជាបាន​ចំនេញប៉ុន្មាននោះទេ។ លោកសាកានបញ្ជាក់ៈ «វាលំបាកខ្លះដែរ ហើយក៏មិនសូវ​ចំនេញទេ ដោយសារតែពួកខ្ញុំមិនចេះខ្ចប់ផ្កាឲ្យស្អាត ដូច្នេះហើយខ្ញុំត្រូវជួលគេមួយ​ដំណាក់​ទៀតឲ្យរៀបចំឲ្យខ្ញុំ។ តែបទពិសោធន៍​លើក​នោះ​ពិត​ជា​សប្បាយ​ ព្រោះពួកយើងបានធ្វើការជុំគ្នា»។

នៅថ្ងៃ១៤កុម្ភៈ ស្ទើរនៅគ្រប់ដងផ្លូវក្នុងរាជធានីភ្នំពេញ មានការលក់ផ្កាជាហែរហូរ។​ អ្នកស្រីសរ សំណាងម្ចាស់ហាងផ្កាសួនពេញចិត្តដែលមានទីតាំង២កន្លែង មួយនៅម្តុំសាលាបឹងត្របែក និងមួយទៀតនៅម្តុំស្ពានជ្រោយចង្វារ បានមានប្រសាសន៍ថា សំរាប់​ហាង​ផ្កា​របស់​អ្នកស្រី ​គឺ​លក់​ដាច់​ដូច​គ្នា​មិន​ថា​ជាថ្ងៃបុណ្យនៃសេចក្តីស្រលាញ់ ឫថ្ងៃធម្មតានោះទេ ព្រោះ​ខាងអ្នកស្រី​មាន​ផ្តល់​ជូននូវ​សេវា​ទាំងផ្កាស្រស់ និងផ្កាកុលាបសំរាប់គូរសង្សារ។

លោកស្រីបានបន្ថែមថាៈ «សំរាប់ថ្ងៃ​បុណ្យនៃសេចក្តី​ស្រលាញ់ ការលក់ផ្កាតាមសាលារៀន និងសួនកម្សាន្តនានាគឺដាច់ជាងកន្លែងខ្ញុំ ព្រោះ​មាន​មនុស្សច្រើន ជាពិសេសយុវវ័យមកទិញ»។

ជុំវិញ​ការ​បង្កើត​ការរកស៊ីនៅថ្ងៃបុណ្យនៃសេចក្តីស្រលាញ់នេះដែរ កញ្ញចាន់ ពិសី អនុប្រធាន

ផ្នែកទំនាក់ទំនងរបស់ សមាគម និស្សិត អន្តរជាតិ AIESECប្រចាំនៅកម្ពុជា​ដែល​បាន​ដឹកនាំ​កម្មវិធី​ប្រកួត​ប្រជែង​ផ្នែកជំនួញ​របស់​​AIESEC បាន​មាន​ប្រសាសន៍​ថា​ ការ​ដែល​យុវជន​មាន​គំនិត​រក​ស៊ី​ក្នុង​រយៈពេល​ខ្លី​ដូចជា​ថ្ងៃ​បុណ្យ​នៃ​សេចក្តី​ស្រលាញ់ គឺជារឿងល្អមួយ ដោយសារ​តែគាត់មានជាគំនិតផ្តើមនៃការរកស៊ី ហើយ​គាត់​មានភាពក្លាហានក្នុងការបង្ហាញ និង​ធ្វើវាទោះ

បីជាវាដើរ ឫមិនដើរក៏ដោយ។

កញ្ញាបានបញ្ជាក់ថាៈ «ពួកគាត់មានគំនិត ហើយចង់អនុវត្តនូវគំនិតទាំងអស់នោះ អ្នកខ្លះ​ខ្មាស់​គេ​មិន​ហ៊ាន​ធ្វើ​។​ នៅពេលដែលគាត់មានគម្រោងហើយ ពេលគាត់​លក់​មាន​ជោគជ័យច្រើន នៅថ្ងៃក្រោយគាត់អាចអនុវត្តគម្រោងធំៗ»។កញ្ញាពិសី បានលើកឡើងថា ការរកស៊ីនៅថ្ងៃបុណ្យនៃសេចក្តីស្រលាញ់ គឺជាជំនួញសាមញ្ញមួយ តែទោះបីជាយ៉ាងណាក៏ដោយ ត្រូវតែធ្វើ

វាអោយ​មានភាព​ប្លែក​ពីគេ ច្នៃប្រឌិត និងត្រូវមានការផ្សព្វផ្សាយ យ៉ាងម៉េចអោយគេចង់ទិញ

ផងដែរ ដើម្បីជាការប្រកួតប្រជែងនឹងអ្នកដទៃ។