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Quebec help for Khmers

Quebec help for Khmers

A CEREMONY was held on Thursday, May 25, to mark the contribution of the Government

of Quebec and the Association of Quebec-Cambodge of $100,000 for education infrastructure

in Cambodia.

The money has been used for the construction and renovation of classrooms, ablution

facilities and the establishment of vegetable gardens at two schools - one in Phnom

Penh and one in Kandal.

His Majesty King Norodom Sihanouk symbolically opened two of the new school buildings

when he received photographs of them from Khun Neay, president of Association Quebec-Cambodge

earlier this month. 

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