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Sovannaphum Life assists Kampot school as it celebrates six years of growth

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Sovannaphum Life assists Kampot school as it celebrates six years of growth

Sovannaphum Life visited O Touch primary school in O Touch village, in Andong Khmer commune in Kampot province's Krong Kampot, on June 11, 2022, with the management team presenting key essential supplies, including study materials and facemasks, to 311 students.

Sovannaphum Life also donated one million riel to the school foundation and provided parasols so students will have shade during break times.

Sovannaphum Life – celebrating its sixth anniversary – provided the supplies to assist the less fortunate students in need of them.

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The school's principal, teachers and children expressed happiness and thanked the company for providing the key essential supplies.

Sovannaphum Life, a leading local life insurance company, provides financial protection to Cambodian families, currently serving more than 160,000 customers, and remains committed to corporate social responsibility in local communities throughout the Kingdom.

Loke Kah Meng, CEO of Sovannaphum Life, said he hoped the 311 packages of key essential supplies for every student at O Touch primary school would help alleviate hardship.

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"Sovannaphum Life has contributed in many social responsibility activities, such as donating instant noodles to Phnom Penh Municipal Administration when Phnom Penh was under lockdown to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

"We also donated instant noodles to the Ksach Kandal District Office and provided facemasks to Angkor Hospital for Children in Siem Reap, as well as provided food and daily necessities to families through the 'Thank You Cambodia' charity programme in certain provinces."

"These social responsibility activities present the financial strength of the company and the trust of customers in choosing Sovannaphum Life as their family financial protection partner, in line with the company's commitment: 'Here for you, Here for Cambodia'," Loke Kah Meng said.

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About Sovannaphum Life:

Sovannaphum Life Assurance Plc is a subsidiary of Canadia Investment Holdings (CIH), with total assets of over $7 billion and a legacy since 1991.

Sovannaphum Life, a life insurance company with financial strength and trust, has for four consecutive years – 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 – received the "Fastest-Growing Life Insurance Company Cambodia" award from The Global Banking and Finance Review, a company based in London in the UK.

It was also awarded "Most Innovative Life Insurance Company Cambodia 2021" by International Business Magazine, which is headquartered in the UAE.

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