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medical care

A few days ago, one of our neighbours who borrow books brought some medicine for me to have a look at. Basically he had been to a chinese hospital in Phnom Penh, they had given him some medicine but as the information on the medicine itself ws all in chinese – he didn’t knew what they were, or even what they are! 298 more words


UNAIDS & WHO PRESS RELEASE: Scaling-up HIV testing is critical to end the AIDS epidemic in Asia-Pacific

HIV/AIDS programme managers and community groups join hands to strengthen 
and expand HIV testing

MANILA, 02 July 2015 — Ten national HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infection (STI) programmes, civil society and development partners in the Western Pacific Region have joined forces to ensure that everyone living with HIV knows their status and is able to access HIV treatment. 652 more words


Cambodia Day 6!

Hi beauties!

Today was our last day at Salamom. I really love this school. It is a great blessing to the community and to my heart. 716 more words

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A Tale of Dust and Sidesteps (Phnom Penh)

I have been here now nearly one week. Phnom Penh’s streets are still dusty, still cracked, and still beautiful. The motos buzz by with their rattling, the tuk tuks not far behind. 1,057 more words

#Aranyaprathet #Thailand: Swimming to Kampuchea--by Train

The train from Bangkok to Aranyaprathet on the Cambodian border seems unusually crowded. My British friend Tom and I are lucky to get a seat, and we’re both trying to figure out why—maybe because it’s Friday? 687 more words



Only appox 20 Km. from the coast of Sihanoukville town, there are a few island still reasonably “hidden away” and quiet…but not for long.

Koh Rong and Koh Rong Samloem are still considered little paradises for backpackers looking for the ultimate island experience. 503 more words