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A member of staff from the Angkor Hospital for Children leads a dengue fever awareness lesson in a remote village. The hospital travels to different locations every week making sure people are aware of the disease and how to prevent it. Large water jars used by villagers to collect rain water and used for cooking and drinking are the main culprit for breeding mosquitos and are believed to be one of the main causes for recent dengue fever outbreaks in Cambodia which has seen record numbers.
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2019-10-02
Luke Duggleby/Redux/Redux Pictures/East News
Redux Pictures
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