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Minister highlights rural development

Rural Development Minister Chea Sophara announced during an annual two-day conference that his ministry had tested 3,308 wells across the country for arsenic. The conference, which ended Thursday, also heard that 32,513 toilets had been built and 69,169 families had been educated about hygiene. In addition, Chea Sophara said the ministry had built 392 concrete wells, 1,847 pump wells, 46 ponds and 1,376 concrete water-storage units.

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