Phnom Penh: This weekend Samdech Techo Young Volunteers Association (TYDA) gave a smile to the blind and deaf children at the National Institute of Special Education, Former School of the Blind and Deaf. Toothpaste to 98 students and staff at the school.

Dr. Horon emphasized that TYDA's humanitarian mission is to provide dental care to blind and deaf children so that they can have good oral health and help other healthy people to learn. Learn well and live a healthy life.

The leaders and staff of the National Institute of Special Education pay special thanks to Mr. Hun Manet and Ms. Pich Chantmony, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Samdech Techo Youth Volunteer Association and TYDA Doctors Health, education, living and health of your nephew here.

It should be noted that the children of the blind and the deaf children are always taken care of by Samdech Techo Hun Sen and Samdech Kittipritt Bunbany Hun Sen and his brother Hun Manet and Pich Chantmony who have always met.

Provides food, study materials and dental care to all students and staff at the school.