The Ministry of Environment has received from the Ministry of Health's National Malaria Control Center including 3,000 dung nets, 20 cans of methadone and 20 kg of asbestos.

According to the Ministry of Environment's Facebook page on May 6, 2020, the materials and drugs are a joint effort between the Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Health to contribute to the eradication of malaria and worms to conservation officials and the community. In natural areas around the country vulnerable to malaria.

It should be highlighted that currently the Ministry of Environment manages 57 protected areas and three biodiversity conservation corridors, over 7.2 million hectares, and 168 protected areas across the country covering a total of 285 forest areas. 609 hectares ៕

By: Eng Boucheng