A new UNSW study has found that unless healthcare is better funded for low socio-economic households in Cambodia, efforts to achieve universal health coverage will be futile.
UNSW students involved with the Engineering World Health Summer Institute program make record number of repairs in Ugandan and Cambodian hospitals.
UNSW Built Environment student Diana Espiritu was excited by her time in Cambodia undertaking professional work placement with an artist-run organisation.
UNSW medical researcher Mei Ling Yap is leading a major training program for radiation oncologists and staff at Cambodia’s new National Cancer Centre, the country’s first modern cancer care facility.
One hundred Cambodian families living in poverty will benefit from a bamboo community centre designed and built by UNSW Master of Architecture students.
Labor’s Kate Ellis told Q&A millions of taxpayer dollars were spent on a refugee resettlement plan in Cambodia and “very few lives were changed”. What was Ellis talking about – and was she correct? Madeline Gleeson investigates.
Student volunteers are breathing life into ailing medical machines in rural Cambodia, returning home with valuable insights into a country with a complex past.
Engineering student Ojasvi Chavali reports from rural Cambodia where he and 16 fellow UNSW students volunteered at local hospitals to help bring ailing medical machines back to life.
A chance high school encounter with a fundraiser for a Cambodian orphanage set fifth-year law student Sonia Flaherty on a course with history.
The asylum bill introduced into Parliament last week is an extraordinary display of disdain for international law – and its fundamental misunderstanding of it, writes Jane McAdam.