Can Tho doctors provide Cambodians free medical care

VOV.VN - Volunteer doctors and health workers from the Mekong Delta City of Can Tho have once again provided free medical exams, treatment and medicine for needy residents of the Cambodian province of Kom Phong Spu.

This is an activity that has taken place annually for the past 15 years, benefiting more than 11,000 needy Cambodians.

During the event, provincial leaders, expressed their appreciation to the city of Can Tho for their invaluable assistance, which they say evidences the strong ties of friendship and mutual support between the localities.

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