Cambodian psychiatrist helping genocide survivors wins ‘Asia’s Nobel Prize’

A Cambodian psychiatrist treating victims of the Khmer Rouge and a French environmentalist cleaning up Indonesian rivers were among the winners Wednesday of the 2022 Ramon Magsaysay Award — considered Asia’s Nobel Prize.

The annual award, established in 1957 and named after a Philippine president who died in a plane crash, honours those who have performed “selfless service to the peoples of Asia”.

The foundation that runs the award named four winners in an online announcement.

In full: https://www.rfi.fr/en/international-news/20220831-cambodian-psychiatrist-helping-genocide-survivors-wins-asia-s-nobel-prize-1

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