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ANA assists 1,029 families with home construction in Angkor Park to start 2022

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A house was constructed inside the Angkor Archaeological Park area. ANA

ANA assists 1,029 families with home construction in Angkor Park to start 2022

In the first three months of this year, the Apsara National Authority's (ANA) working group on construction inside the Angkor Archaeological Park area inspected or provided advice on technical specifications for housing and other construction to 1,029 families living in and around the park.

The ANA's Department of Land and Habitat Management in the Angkor Park said on April 13 that the working group had assessed home construction sites for 1,029 families in the first three months.

There are 1,004 families living inside of Angkor Park and another 25 living on its peripheries. ANA confirmed that all home construction inspection services are provided free of charge.

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