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New music video by This Life NGO raises awareness on violence issue

Publication date 01 December 2022 | 21:11 | ICT

The NGO This Life Cambodia is following up on its award-winning 2021 campaign to end violence against women and children with a new theme “Goodbye My Love”, which focuses on the role the entire community can play in eliminating violence

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