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Clarification

Clarification

Dear Editor

Thank you for your coverage of the 1998 Population Census ('The Count in Mondulkiri',

Phnom Penh Post, March 14-27 1998).

However, I would like to point out and correct one error in the story.

UNFPA provided $4.3 million funding for the project, while the additional $700,000

for equipment and vehicles was provided by UNDP, not by UNFPA as stated in the article.

- Hedi Jemai, UNFPA, Phnom Penh.

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