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The challenge. …

The challenge.
Urban poor communities in Phnom Penh are increasingly located in the outskirts of the capital. Some commentators link this development to the successful Government poverty reduction policies. Others however point to the displacement of over 100,000 residents since 2000. The 8 Khan Survey, published by STT in 2009, shows that life in the outer districts is significantly harder. In the over 50 resettlement sites that have been established, access to work, health care, schools, and markets is more difficult. Fear of eviction remains high, and while some resettlement sites have registration documents, the vast majority of urban poor settlements remain untitled. Provision of infrastructure in the outer districts, including road access, drainage, sanitation, and waste management is in many cases markedly lower than in the centre of the city. State provision of affordable water and electricity in the outer districts is around 40%, with private suppliers meeting the remaining demand, but marking up prices by up to 1000%. Meanwhile, residents in many relocation sites are opting to move back to the centre of the city.

The project.
The first part of this project aims to engage architecture students (who have already formed a group after participating in STT’s student workshop last year) to work with alongside a relocated community and to use their skills in exploring ways to improve the living conditions on site. The students will have the opportunity to listen to the issues within the community, discuss upgrading ideas and create a basic outline for improvements on the ground, elements of which will be realised on a revolving fund basis.

This is a short presentation about two of the communities.
More at http://sttyouthproject.wordpress.com

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  • 1. Kork Kleng II Community June 24,2010
  • 2. Introduction
    • Kork Kleang II located in Sangkat Phnom Penh Thmey, Khan Russey Keo, PP. It is 9 Km from PP. According to the community leader, This community came from Toul Kork. Now a day, this community is better because they have infrastructure , Transportation, etc. What are the problems for this community are school (only primary school at there), and road (the road is muddy). This community is quickly developed. They got some aid from government and some organizations.
  • 3.
    • Land bought by: MPP
    • Dimension: 6,534 m²
    • Number of plots: 98 plots
    • Number of families on site: 98 families
    • Size of plots: 5.5m x 8.5m
  • 4. Strengths
    • Electricity and water supply service
    • Infrastructure
    • The condition of living
    • All people have their own house and secure genuine
    • Elementary school
    • Security
  • 5.
    • People are friendly
    • Saving money program (now the money up to 20000 $)
    • Environment
    • Supported by NGOs
    • Community know how to develop
    • Next to the health center
    • Have a small market
  • 6. Weakness
    • Less job opportunity
    • No public service
    • Muddy road
    • Less education opportunity
    • No market
    • Private electricity is expensive.
  • 7. Opportunity
    • Live near the market area
    • Cooperate between the leader to villager
    • Good cooperation with government and NGOs
  • 8. Threat
    • Traveling to that place has some difficulties because it has some damage roads.
    • Lack of some citizen’s cooperation because they don’t understand our purpose on this project and don’t understand our attention also.
    • Less of human resources because of the lack education system and encouragement.
    • Lack of awareness the new way that can make their lifestyle better and achieve the good result from now on till the future.