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Development goals under the spotlight

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Cambodian girls gather in the slum near Phnom Penh’s Boeung Kak lake earlier this month. Convincing parents that they should invest in their daughters’education is one of the main challenges to attaining gender parity, education officials say.

Obstacles to educating Cambodia's children are examined in first of four-part series on the Kingdom's millennium goals.

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