Cambodian orphans whose parents have died of HIV/AIDS diseases study Khmer at the Opot Center. Cambodia has one of the highest rates of HIV/AIDS infections in the region but despite wide-ranging official and non-governmental education campaigns, the disease remains little understood among many sectors of the population and carries massive social stigma. Cambodia's overloaded health and childcare systems remain unable to cope with the number of AIDS patients seeking treatment and hospice.
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