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This report highlights key findings from the Phase 2 baseline study for the First Read program in Cambodia. The objective was to gather information about the parents, children and communities due to receive interventions from the First Read project.
Author: Holly-Jane Howell, Lauren Pisani, Bounkheang Kou, Phalla Hok
Organization: Save the Children
Date: October 4, 2016
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