Praying for Other Nations Matters
A fertile forest-covered Asian nationof 16 million people, on the Mekong River – and bordered by Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam.
Sadly, whenever Cambodia is mentioned, many immediately recall images of the brutal leader, Pol Pot, the Khmer Rouge and ‘The Killing Fields’.
However, this – like all nations – is an amazing place, with a history of survival from deep suffering, poverty, corruption and difficulty.
Capital: Phnom Penh – 2 million people
Operation World says: “One of the world’s poorest countries and heavily dependent on foreign aid. Years of war and genocide followed by venal and corrupt governments have hindered development and kept most of the population poor; 38% live below the poverty line. Significant progress is being made in economic development, but the rural poor are being left behind. Agriculture, garments and tourism are the biggest earners, with offshore oil/gas deposits promising future income. Illegal…
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