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All of the diseases that kill adults in Cambodia are even more dangerous to young children.
Of course, your lack of retirement planning will be the least of your concerns when you’re lying on your deathbed in a dirty Cambodian hospital at age 57.
Last year a “mystery illness” killed 60 children in Cambodia. Raising any child in Cambodia presents grave risks that you wouldn’t have in a Western country. Let’s assume that your children are lucky and that the Cambodian diseases, traffic accidents, and poor medical care don’t kill them. The educational system in Cambodia is absolutely dire, from the primary schools through the universities.
If your daughter develops acute appendicitis in your home country, you can take her to the emergency room at a modern hospital. The only way to properly educate your child in Cambodia is to pay about ,000 per year to send her to a top international school.
Maybe not a real book, but definitely one of those silly e-books. So I’m just going to offer these 7 Reasons Why You Really Shouldn’t Move to Cambodia. There are a number of reasons why moving to Cambodia will shave about twenty years off your life.
Cambodia has a lot of common diseases that you would never catch in your home country, like Typhoid, Dengue Fever, Hepatitis, and Malaria. The ambulances are unreliable; the doctors are unqualified; the hospitals are unsanitary.