Children in Cambodia at very high risk of climate change impacts, says UNICEF

PHNOM PENH, Aug 23 (Xinhua): Young people living in Cambodia are among those most at risk of the impacts of climate change, threatening their health, education, and protection, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in Cambodia has announced in a press statement.

Citing the first UNICEF global report on "The Climate Crisis Is a Child Rights Crisis: Introducing the Children's Climate Risk Index", the statement said Cambodian children ranked the world's 46th most vulnerable among 163 countries and regions.

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UNICEF , Cambodia , Children , At Risk , Climate Change , Impact


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