Angkor Hospital for Children
Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) is dedicated to improving the health and ensuring the future of Cambodia's children by providing full-service, life saving paediatric care free-of-charge. The dedicated staff of Cambodian doctors and nurses provides services for 300 - 400 children on a daily basis and maintains 50 inpatient beds.
The new Visitor Centre at Angkor Hospital for Children allows travellers to learn more about the work of the hospital and the current health situation in Cambodia..
With rotating arts and photo exhibitions attracting names such as Steve McCurry, Angkor Hospital for Children has placed itself solidly on the thriving arts scene in Siem Reap and it is possible to buy prints, postcards and books by the acknowledged photographer and founder of Friends Without a Border, Kenro Izu.
Pay a visit to the Visitor Centre at Angkor Hospital for Children.
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A visit to the Visitors Center the Angkor Hospital for Children can be done as a stand-alone activity or can easily be included in Beyond Angkor: Temples and More or other packages.
Admission to the Visitors Center at Angkor Hospital for Children is free of charge. Donations to the hospital are, however, much appreciated and US$ 10 is a suggested, but fully optional donation that will go the work of the hospital. .
For more information, please also visit www.angkorhospital.org and www.fwab.org.
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