Havas RIVERORCHID Cambodia kicked 2018 off by holding its annual company summit in Koh Kong province. As part of this program, Havas Riverorchid donated school supplies and money to 188 students from Tatai primary school. Unilever Cambodia was also happy to donate products, such as Signal toothpaste and Lifebuoy soap to students and teachers. “We gain so much from working in Cambodia. The vibrancy of the country feeds into our work and makes it more exciting and it’s only right that we give a little back when we get the opportunity, and so we were delighted to get the chance to support kids who are in need of help. We have some amazingly talented Cambodians working at every level in the company, and maybe these kids will join their ranks in the future,” said Anthony Keck, Havas Riverorchid Cambodia’s managing director. Photos supplied
Crocodile meat has long been consumed by Cambodians and travellers alike, who particularly enjoy the reptilian protein in the restaurants of tourism hub Siem Reap.