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Corrections

In the story titled 'Deportees fighting addiction where few dare to tread' (Post

Aug 15-25, 2005), outreach sessions run by the Cambodian Harm Reduction Collaborative

were described as "the only harm minimization program in Cambodia." This

is incorrect. The NGO Friends / Mith Samlanh runs harm minimization programs for

children and young people up to 25 years of age. It has been doing harm minimization

since 1998 and has the only legal needle exchange program in Cambodia.

The photo credit for the front page photograph of Cheam Channy entering court, in

the last issue of the Post, was mistakenly given to Khem Sovannara. The photographer

was Heng Sinith.

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