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NGO to mark 99th Int'l Women's day

NGO to mark 99th Int'l Women's day

Gender and Development for Cambodia will host four days of celebrations to mark the 99th International Women’s Day, the group said in a statement. The celebrations, which will run from today until Friday and take place in Kampong Thom, Siem Reap, Banteay Meanchey and Pursat provinces, will centre on the theme of “improving women’s and youth’s potential for national development”. The aim of the events will be to “recognise the importance” of women’s and girls’ education in economic development.

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