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US ambulance aid

US ambulance aid

THE United States has donated seven ambulances and seven container loads of

medical supplies worth to Cambodian military and civilian hospitals.

The

ambulances are to be distributed to hospitals in around the country, including

in Phnom Penh, Battambang, Siem Reap and Stung Treng.

Half of the medical

supplies will go to provincial hospitals, with the remainder being shared

between the Preah Keth Mealea Military Hospital in Phnom Penh and CMAC and RCAF

deminers.

Last month the US donated 50,000 Humanitarian Daily Rations for

KR defectors and internal refugees. More are due to arrive at the end of this

month.

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