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Kampuchean refugee special

Kampuchean refugee special
Interview; Documentary; Special
TX Date
13 Apr 1980
Year of production
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Special report from Thailand on refugees from Kampuchea (now known as Cambodia), following the Vietnamese occupation of the country and as guerilla war continues. On the Thai border camps, looking particularly at the Sakeo Holding Center, and on use of the foreign aid money raised in the West. Speaks to Associate Editor of the Bangkok Post, Alan Dawson; information officer at the British Embassy in Bangkok, Tom Duggan(?); a male Thai lieutenant (name not clear); a male Thai officer at the Sakeo Holding Center (not identified); centre doctor Lee Anderson(?); nutrition coordinator for the International Rescue Committee, Angela Berry; Red Cross press officer, Eamonn Frank(?). Male reporter not identified. Plays in and out to orphans singing Freres Jacques.
Alan Dawson; Lee Anderson(?); Angela Berry; Eamonn Frank(?); Tom Duggan(?)
Transport; Political systems; Living conditions; Humanitarian assistance; Refugees; Vietnam; Cambodia; People’s Republic of Kampuchea; Pol Pot; Guerilla warfare; Red Cross; Hunger; Nutrition; Foreign aid; Orphans; Khmer Rouge; Malnutrition; Thailand; Illness; Resistance to oppression; War devastated countries; Malaria; Sakeo Holding Center; Bangkok Post; International Rescue Committee

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