Cambodia: Gender and HIV/AIDs Post author By Sopheap Chak Post categories In Clogher, Gender, Health Cambodia: Gender and HIV/AIDs (Khmer Version) Written by Sopheap Chak in attribution to Open Institute’s Women Program The article is part of Open Institute’s Women Bulletin issue #5, October 2010 Post date May 13, 2011 By Sopheap Chak Post navigation ←Previous post:Cambodia: Open EHR to promote maternity health record system→Next post:Cambodia: Health Organization for Women 4 Comments […] the article here: Cambodia: Gender and HIV/AIDs | Sopheap Chak Tagged with: 2010 • aid • art • gender • hiv • institute • […] View the Award winning documentary “House of Numbers” to see why questions about this must be raised, and why deeper issues about HIV and AIDS need to be discussed. Lives are at risk. This is the first documentary,with the worlds foremost authorities, that highlights the fundamental problems with HIV testing, science, and statistics. It sheds new light on a misunderstood phenomenon for which there is still no cure. GO to bit.ly/fhUxaJ – bit.ly/gogKLZ to see the trailer. I want you post population of youth in Cambodia and statistic of HIV in youth. @dsinla: Thanks for sharing the link of documentary, it is useful. @Sophea: thanks. I would consider you request in future. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.