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Community Rally to Build School for Indigenous Children

“Yeun Jas Primary School,” a community school in a remote area in Ratanakiri province, is helping the indigenous children, who had previously dropped out of school, to return to the classrooms. Initiated by Plan International Cambodia and partnerships, the school was built in 2015 by local residences. Currently, there are approximately one hundred students studying at the school.
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“Yeun Jas Primary School” is located in a remote area in Ratanakiri province, Cambodia, December 12, 2016. (Photo: Hean Socheata/ VOA Khmer)
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“Yeun Jas Primary School” is located in a remote area in Ratanakiri province, Cambodia, December 12, 2016. (Photo: Hean Socheata/ VOA Khmer)

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A wooden classroom at a community school in  “Yeun Jas Primary School,” in Ratanakiri province, Cambodia, December 12, 2016. (Photo: Hean Socheata/ VOA Khmer
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A wooden classroom at a community school in  “Yeun Jas Primary School,” in Ratanakiri province, Cambodia, December 12, 2016. (Photo: Hean Socheata/ VOA Khmer

A temporary classroom in Ratanakiri province, Cambodia, December 12, 2016. (Photo: Hean Socheata/ VOA Khmer)
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A temporary classroom in Ratanakiri province, Cambodia, December 12, 2016. (Photo: Hean Socheata/ VOA Khmer)

Indigenous children studying at “Yeun Jas Primary School” in Ratanakiri province, Cambodia, December 12, 2016. (Photo: Hean Socheata/ VOA Khmer)
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Indigenous children studying at “Yeun Jas Primary School” in Ratanakiri province, Cambodia, December 12, 2016. (Photo: Hean Socheata/ VOA Khmer)

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