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Cambodia trains social workers to help trauma sufferers

By Irwin Loy

In Cambodia, a university programme is training a new generation of social workers. They will tackle some of the country’s most pressing social issues, many arising from years of conflict. It’s the first degree-level programme for social workers in a country where many still live with trauma and upheaval.

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