3 ways Cambodia is using technology for good

A man uses his mobile phone on the Tonle Sap riverside amid the coronavirus pandemic in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, February 18, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu - RC23VL96NFB3

Beyond COVID-19, tech is helping Cambodia reconnect with the past, eradicate landmines and promote financial inclusion. Image: REUTERS/Cindy Liu

Ravindra Ngo
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