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In Brief: NEW CENTRE AT THE AHC IN SIEM REAP

In Brief: NEW CENTRE AT THE AHC IN SIEM REAP

Friends Without a Border

announced the opening of their new centre at the Angkor Hospital for

Children in Siem Reap, the goal of which is to increase awareness of

the many programs sponsored by Friends while helping to promote green

architecture and renewable energy in Cambodia, according to a press

release. The centre was funded by Sterling Stamos Capital Management, a

private investment firm. The CEO of the firm said in the press release,

"We are proud to have helped fund such a remarkable facility.... [T]his

project allows us to express our sincere gratitude for all that both

Friends and Angkor Hospital have done."

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