HIV Transmission from a Mother to Child

By 2014, HIV prevalence was reduced to 0.4 percent through a successful prevention program. However, in 2015 a massive outbreak of HIV occurred, stemming mostly from Roka. The cause is thought to be the re-use of syringes by an unlicensed doctor working in the region, who has since been jailed. According to the NCHADS report…

Breastfeeding

Breast milk is best for your baby, and the benefits of breastfeeding extend well beyond basic nutrition. In addition to containing all the vitamins and nutrients your baby needs in the first six months of life, breast milk is packed with disease-fighting substances that protect your baby from illness. That’s one reason the health experts…

Stand on Your Own Two Feet

-by Chin Soksan “Stand on your own two feet.” Andrew was given this advice by his late father, an international businessman in the 1960s into the 2000s. Smiling joyfully, Andrew Tay elaborated what his father meant by this. Confidently he explains that “it is to be independent, stable, self-sustaining, and having a balance in life…

The foundation of family

To all our readers, my warmest greetings! Thank you for your readership and support. When you may feel that you’re living in a happy family, you need only ask your children to receive a suprise, because they don’t always think they have the same happiness. I have a small family with one wife and two…

Attractive hometown business

Both Ham Kimsan and Te Youlim were both born into business families in Phnom Penh. They married during the Pol Pot regime and then in 1984 moved to a refugee camp near Thailand-Cambodia border. In 1988, they left for a new life in Canada. There they worked hard, eventually opening a restaurant and a jewelry…