Love Does Exist
Women & Children | 3:09 SP-160412_Cambodia_Ending_Violence_Against_Women_MIXED.mp4
In the late 1970s, the brutal Khmer Rouge regime killed nearly three million Cambodians and taught the nation that love and family values were worthless. As a result, domestic violence is common in Cambodian households. We're helping families learn to love again and end the cycle of abuse.
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