Crystal clear, villagers thank Cambodia-China for wells, ponds of healthy water

KAMPONG CHHNANG, Cambodia, Dec 10 (Xinhua): As a farmer, Min Sorn, 49, has a life which relies almost entirely on her water supply. In Baribou district, roughly hours north of Cambodian capital Phnom Penh, severe water shortages are the norm.

China has helped dig 15 deep wells in Sorn's village, but her first concern was not for her crops which are sure to flourish, but for the health of her fellow villagers.

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Cambodia , Water Project , China Assistance


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