Marie-Laurence Comberti, who passed away following a heart attack on October 25, aged 65, was a well-known figure in Phnom Penh, renowned for her compassion and charity work. Since the mid-1990s, she had been director in Cambodia of the Monaco-based NGO Amade, setting up a child care center for children at Prey Sar prison and helping at the Anlong Kong and Anlong Kangann eviction sites where she established school programs for children and training programs for their mothers. “She fought against injustice and poverty for years,” said Maurits Van Pelt, director of Mopotsyo, which runs a diabetes care
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