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NGO gives bikes for minority education

NGO gives bikes for minority education

Helen Keller International (HKI), a US-based nonprofit organisation active in Cambodia since 1992, donated five motorbikes to a partner NGO in Ratanakkiri province on Wednesday, according to Hou Kroeun, country director for HKI. The bikes have been given to Indigenous for Agriculture Development in Cambodia, a local NGO that develops local food production systems and spread nutrition education in the region. “The IADC needs transportation to reach families and villages in the areas. The bikes will make their work easier,” he said.


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