Cambodia’s growth rebounded to an estimated 3.0% in 2021 after a contraction of -3.1% in 2020. The government has implemented policies to mitigate the negative impact of COVID-19 on businesses and people’s incomes and to support economic recovery. Growth is expected to be 5% over 2022, although there are inflationary concerns. According to the World Bank, over the past two decades, Cambodia has undergone a significant transition, reaching lower middle-income status in 2015 and aspires to attain upper middle-income status by 2030.
In the first six months of 2022, the Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) also approved 63 private investment projects outside of the Kingdom’s special economic zones (SEZ), which is an improvement of 18 projects compared to 2021 over the same period. At the ADAENG LAND, Piped Water Supply, Solar Farms, Smart Eco-Friendly City, and One Stop Service Industrial Hub are the development that we projected ready for welcoming to investors and lenders. Read our project pitch decks below for details:
Tap (piped) water
solar power farm
industrial hub 4.0
001 – piped water supply
The Water Crisis. 785 million people around the world lack access to basic drinking water service. With a total population of 16.4 million, at least 12.6 million live in Cambodia’s rural areas, and have limited or poor access to clean water. In 2017, over 9.2 million have access to an improved water supply, but only 1 million rural households had piped water supply. While over half of these 1 million rural households have access to improved sanitation, the other half still practice open defecation.
Taking Action Today: Tap (piped) Water
Our chairman, Vichetr Uon, began his mission to bring clean water, hygiene and sanitation practices for poorest and the most vulnerable families in Cambodia since 2006 through sponsoring a sanitary toilet constructions and distributions of ceramic water filters, biosand filters and water wells. These means considered as immediate response to the household solutions.
It requires a water source, Inconvenient & lengthy process and Mostly suitable for drinking unlike Tap Water (Piped) that are;
Readily available on premises, Cheap,Treated, suitable for drinking, For all purposes, Reliable, and A sustainable solution.
First Social Project: 23 Years Serving Since
His first water treatment plant began the construction in 2018 and 90% construction job is completed now. When it is ready for function it goes to produce 8280.00 cubic meters per 16 hours operation daily for suppling clean safe piped water to about 13,000 families and 3,000 institutions in the 54 target villages’ three communes’ a district of Kampong Speu Province, Cambodia.
002 – The power of the sun
Cambodia is blessed with substantial renewable energy sources such as hydro, solar,biomass (including biogas), and wind. However, these renewable energy resources, particularly non-hydro renewable energy, have not yet been tapped to fulfil energy demand in Cambodia.
As of 2021, Cambodia saw over 51% of the country’s domestic energy production come from renewable sources. The majority was sourced from hydropower (44.17%), while solar and biomass accounted for around 7%.
Even though renewables now make up most of Cambodia’s energy, bigger ambitions are ahead. An additional 495 megawatts (MW) of electricity generation from seven solar power plants will be online by 2023. This will boost solar power’s share to 20% of installed power capacity. By 2030, however, Cambodia is aiming to have 1,815 MW of solar energy on its national grid.
003 – smart eco-friendly city
Rumduol Smart Eco City Development is part of Kampong Speu Provincial Town Development to provide a holistic approach toward a sustainable development in an upcoming Industrial Hub for the whole nation. Providing a modern city that is smart and at the same time not detached from the nature.
Touch ‘n Go: First Time Ever
Rumduol North Development consists of 16.82 hectares of development land with 10.8 hectares is divided into 3 residential development
(Frangipani, Crossandra, Buttercups). The rest is allocated for commercial development.
Rumduol South Development is consist of 33.1 Hectare of development land with 18.3 hectares is divided into 4 residential development (Saffron, Daffodils, Jasmine, Daisy). 11.05 hectares are allocated for Commercial Development. 4.85 hectares of land is allocated to develop a Lake Garden with a 400m jogging track, with Brands Outlet and restaurants as well as a 25 stories Condominium that overlooks the lake and the whole development.
004 – one stop industrial service center
Make manufacturing – and related industries such as logistics – faster, more efficient and more customer-centric, while at the same time going beyond automation and optimization and detect new business opportunities and models.
Relocate existing micro, small, medium enterprises (MSMEs) putting in place serviced industrial infrastructure conducive to attracting new investments, especially in manufacturing, while at the same time promoting environmental sustainability.
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