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NGO provides dorm for provincial students

Publication date 05 September 2022 | 20:56 | ICT

Saing Sokchea, founder of the NGO Advanced Centre for Empowerment (ACE), was born and raised in Kampong Thom, but in the late 1990s and early 2000s he migrated to Phnom Penh to pursue his studies because there were no higher education



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