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PSI Workshop

PSI Workshop

Population Service International (PSI) held their First United Health Network (UHN)

Annual Workshop, which started on Nov 20.

According to a PSI press release, the UHN "is a network, which brings together

international and local NGOs committed to improving the health of the Cambodian people

by creating widespread access to PSI products through social marketing, particularly

in rural and hard-to-reach areas and populations."

To date, ten local and international NGOs have joined the UHN.

"PSI, set up since 1993 in Cambodia, now has eight kinds of products for preventing

HIV/Aids, spreading, birth spacing, and malaria" said Om Chhen, PSI marketing



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