Cambodia: A Tale of Two Outbreaks

FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The HIV outbreak in a small village in the Cambodian countryside continues to grow. But the plight of the victims and their families has gone largely ignored with this country’s leaders doing little to help 226 people inflicted so far with the virus that causes AIDS.

The international media and NGO workers have also been relatively silent, particularly when compared with the world health response to the Ebola outbreak in Africa where experimental vaccines are going on trial.

Read more from Luke Hunt in The Diplomat.

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