China offers hygiene materials to pre-schools in Cambodia

(MENAFN) China, through the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), has offered hygiene and learning materials to 3,064 community pre-schools throughout Cambodia, letting some 70,000 children to go back to school securely, with better safety from the coronavirus.

The symbolic handing over of these materials to society pre-schools were held at the Prek Pnov region’s education office in northern suburb of Phnom Penh on Wednesday.

Speaking at the occasion, Wu Guoquan, economic and saleable counselor of the Chinese Embassy to Cambodia, stated that China vigorously contributes in global anti-pandemic collaboration, determinedly supports multilateralism, and completely supports the foremost role of the United Nations in the battle against the epidemic.

He added “These supplies are a cooperation between the Chinese government, UNICEF and the Cambodian government…to support and care for the healthy development of Cambodian children, and to improve the ability of Cambodian communities and schools to respond to the pandemic”.


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