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Life of Hope

Is it a miracle to start a new life with Worldpulse?

When I was a child, most people said I wouldn’t have studied high as my family was so poor even needed to buy books for studying. … Read More»

Worldpulse gives me HOPE and DREAM

Dear friends, … Read More»

Cambodia - Cultural Temples

I am so happy and proud to be born as Khmer and live in my beloved country Cambodia which is well known about its Angkor Wat Temple and natural resources. … Read More»

Poverty and Education

Poor Residence Areas Block, Phnom Penh -Cambodia, 02 January 2011 – Fourteen years old Oung Srey Leak had to drop out of her school for over one year now after her father's death. … Read More»

The Hope with UN Women

Dear UN Women Executive Director Michelle Bachelet and members of the UN Women Executive Board, … Read More»

Cambodia 32nd Anniversary of Victory Day Over Genocide

The 32nd Anniversary of Victory Day was organized by the Royal Government of Cambodia, and under the presidency of Samdech Chea Sim, President of the Senate, Samdech Heng Samrin, President of the Nati … Read More»

Breaking the Barrier

Growing up in Siem Reap, a provincial town in northern Cambodia, Manrath Kong defied the odds that often condemn the daughters of lower class families to a life of illiteracy and poverty. … Read More»

Independence minimizes Fearness

1. Were you nervous before your interview? If so, tell us how you overcome your fears? If not, tell us the source of your confidence. … Read More»

A voice for IVAWA from Cambodia

Dear Respected U.S. President Barack Obama, Secretary Hillary Clinton, Vice President Biden and all U.S. Senators. … Read More»

Journalism helps me find the way I go

My voice is joyful, helpful, clear, powerful, and brave. … Read More»

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