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WFP Help for Anlong Veng

WFP Help for Anlong Veng

THE World Food Program has started sending food to Anlong Veng through

Thailand.

The operation "Food for Anlong Veng" has already delivered supplies of

locally sourced rice, funded by a Swiss grant, and tinned fish donated by

Canada.

Plans to continue to truck in the aid on the road from Siem Reap

town were thwarted by heavy rain in May, which made the road impassable.

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