Cambodia is one of the poorest countries in the world, and its economic situation doesn’t look like changing. With an estimated population of nearly 15 million people and an external debt of 4.3 billion American dollars, Cambodia is struggling to fight poverty and needs all the help it can get.

In a country where at least thirty per cent of the population earn less than a dollar a week, life is tough. High levels of corruption and restrictive laws make it even harder for the people who live there. KSEDO is an organisation that aims to create awareness of the country’s problems and help the people achieve a better quality of life.

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