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Projects worth $63 million signed with WFP

Projects worth $63 million signed with WFP

 

The World Food Programme in Cambodia and the government signed two projects to be

implemented for the years 2008-2010. One is a $56 million project to improve the

education, health and disaster mitigation in 15 provinces. The other is aimed at

reducing child and maternal mortality rates in Pursat, Kampong Speu, Kampong Thom,

Preah Vihear and Siem Reap provinces, at a cost of $7.2 million. The projects were

signed December 13 by Thomas Keusters, representative of the WFP and Minister of

Foreign Affairs Hor Namhong.

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