Japanese football star Hidetoshi Nakata visited Banteay Srei Primary School in Siem Reap with the World Food Program (WFP) to donate soccer balls to students.
WFP provides hot meals to 830 students at the school.
"These soccer balls and WFP's breakfast program will make this school even more attractive for children to continue their education" said Thomas Keusters, WFP Country Director for Cambodia. "I hope that one day, there will be a Cambodian Nakata who will reach international fame thanks to our school feeding program."
Nakata, who retired from football after the World Cup in Germany this year, has since been traveling and undertaking some humanitarian work.