PHOTOGRAPH BY  THOMAS DE CIAN . ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.  In the rural province of Siem Reap, a woman waits with two children for a routine prenatal visit under a joint scheme between the local government health centers and an NGO-funded hospital.  The fact that visits to the doctor can be "routine" is a sign of Cambodia's progress toward universal health coverage—reaching everyone with essential health services without causing financial hardship.  However, many people in Cambodia are not so lucky. For example, there is only one hospital in the country that offers any form of mental health services.  
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