Loss of Life as Traffic Deaths Mount Prompts Renewed Debate Over Safety, Access to Justice

Traffic accidents cost Cambodia $350 million a year, according to officials.

Phat Pov had a dream.

Growing up in an impoverished village northeast of Phnom Penh in the 1980s, her education did not last long. When making a family with her husband Dum Vuth, Pov was committed to making sure all her four children could be successful.

“I really, really wanted to [study],” Pov, 50, told VOA Khmer at her home in Kandal province. “I told my children to study hard because I do not have anything to inherit to them, but [access to] education.”

In full: https://www.voacambodia.com/a/loss-of-life-as-traffic-deaths-mount-prompts-renewed-debate-over-safety-access-to-justice/4883315.html

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