via Khmer Times, 14 December 2017: The World Monuments Fund project in Phnom Bakheng gets funds from the United States.
Phnom Bakheng is one of the World Monuments Funds’ 50th Anniversary priority projects.
Heritage Fund Plans Phnom Bakheng Restoration Work
Cambodia Daily, 20 June 2014
A project by the World Monuments Fund to renovate the Shwenandaw Kyaung Monastery in Mandalay begins with a 3D scan of the site.
Virtual Modeling to Help Save Mandalay’s Golden Palace Monastery
The Irrawaddy, 05 May 2014
The World Monuments Fund announces a grant receipt that will got towards work at Wat Chaiwatthanaram in the World Heritage Site of Ayutthaya.World Monuments Fund Announces Major Grant from the U.S. Department of State for Work in Ayutthaya, Thailand
World Monuments Fund, 05 February 2013
The World Monuments Fund announces the completion of the restoration project on the Churning of the Milk Sea bas-relief in Angkor Wat.
WMF Celebrates the Completion of Work on Angkor Wat’s Famed Churning of the Sea of Milk Gallery
World Monuments Fund, 08 January 2013
Restoration workers in Cambodia sign their first-ever collective bargaining agreement with the World Monuments Fund.
The World Monuments Fund unveils four statues, locally produced and designed as a result of research, and hopes to see them installed on the roof of Angkor Wat’s East Gallery, after approval from public consultation.
A monumental undertaking in Angkor Wat
Phnom Penh Post, 11 June 2012
Phnom Bakheng will be the beneficiary of a grant by the U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation to help with its conservation by the World Monuments Fund. Phnom Bakheng is one of the most heavily-visited sites in Angkor, on account of it being one of the favourite spots to catch the sunset from.
World Monuments Fund announces two major grants for sites in Tanzania and Cambodia
Artdaily.org, 22 September 2011
The LA Times has a feature on how the massive tourist influx to Angkor is taking a toll on the ancient structures. One monument in particular, Phnom Bakheng, has seen rapid deterioration due to increased tourism.
The US State department donates almost a million dollars to restore the eastern elevation of the Angkor temple, Phnom Bakheng.
Sacred Cambodian Temple Receives U.S. Grant for Repair Project
Bloomberg, 07 June 2008