High levels of alcohol consumption are fueling domestic violence against children and there is a growing need for more community-based approaches in supporting those who want to stop drinking, a new survey has found. The Alcohol Abuse survey, which will be officially launched next week, was carried out by Friends Internationalís Kaliyan Mith organization with communities in Siem Reap and by NGO MíLop Tapang in Sihanoukville. The survey looked at the habits and attitudes of drinkers in the two cities and concluded that the consequences of al*cohol consumption are driving a host of societal and health problems. Researchers
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