“… it will be something extremely precious for you in the future because access to quality of education is the key for a better future for this country,” said Mr Grzegorz Bochenek.
“The presence and continued close collaboration of Save the Children in Koh Kong is very important for local authorities in order to address the current issues of education, health, child rights, disasters and other challenges”, said the Deputy Governor of Koh Kong province.
Living with an old mother, Son Srey Y, a 15-year-old girl, is the youngest of five siblings. She becomes the main income earner for her family after the death of her father and migration of her siblings for employment in other provinces in Cambodia.
The Save the Children NOURISH Project is participating in an exhibition at the National Conference on Nutrition being held on 3-4 March 2015 at the InterContinental Hotel, Phnom Penh.
Save the Children and two of its local partners celebrated the provincial launches of the $16.3 million USAID-funded NOURISH project in Pursat and Battambang.