Leaving Phnom Penh

My last day in Phnom Penh was eventful. I got up early to ride across the city on the back of a moped taxi – a motodup, to my first interview. The interview was with the director of an organization that, among other things, holds dialogues between former members of the Khmer Rouge and Buddhist monks. The interview went well, and I was able to finish it in time to squeeze in lunch before my next one. The next one was with the director of an organization that works in areas such as water sanitation. I was lucky to schedule interviews with NGOs working in a variety of areas, including development, education, and community dialogues and reconciliation.

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