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'Little dancers'

'Little dancers'

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Photo by: SOVANN PHILONG

The first Phnom Penh performance of the "Little Dancers of Banteay Srey", featuring children from Le Petit Conservatoire Samdech Preah Ream Norodom Buppha Devi School of Dance, took place at Raffles Hotel Le Royal on the weekend.  The school is sponsored by Nginn Karet Foundation of Cambodia (NKFC), which works with 14 villages in the Banteay Srey district and has over the years implemented programs in hygiene, basic health care, vaccination, water policy, agriculture and malaria prevention.

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