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Royal School of Administration Marks Over Three Decades of Training 20,000 Civil Servants, Including 5,000 Women

PHNOM PENH, June 5, 2024 - This morning in Phnom Penh, Prime Minister Samdech Moha Bovarit Hun Manet led the annual ceremonies marking the conclusion of the 2023 training course and the commencement of the 2024 session at the Royal School of Administration, held at the National Institute of Education.

For over 30 years, the Royal School of Administration has played a pivotal role in bolstering the Kingdom of Cambodia’s public sector by training 23,818 civil servants, including 5,017 women, in both long-term and short-term courses since its re-establishment in 1992.

In 2024, the school has initiated another training cycle for 393 civil servants, including senior officials and administrative management officers, with 82 women participants. Additionally, the institution conducted 200 new training sessions in 2023 for personnel from various ministries and sub-national administrative bodies, involving 879 women among a total of 603 participants in short-term training courses.

Aligned with the Royal Government’s Phase 1 Pentagon Strategy, which emphasizes governance, modernization of state institutions, job growth, equity, efficiency, and sustainability, the Royal School of Administration is committed to evolving into a modern, highly efficient, and transparent public administration. The institution plans to further enhance its cooperation with national and sub-national ministries and institutions, focusing on tailored training programs that meet the evolving capacity development needs of civil servants, driven by the principles of discipline, quality, virtue, and innovation.

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