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Letter: Thank you for helping

Letter: Thank you for helping

Dear Editor,

We, the management and advisors of Rehab Craft Cambodia, wish to thank the staff

of both English-language newspapers for their assistance and support following our

robbery on 6 December and the disappearance of our manager, In Samoeun.

During a difficult week, both newspapers went well beyond any professional role that

their readers will know of. Senior staff offered their time, advice, practical knowledge,

and personal support. They gave information to reporters/translators, to broaden

our search for leads that might have led us to Samoeun. We are most grateful.

In addition, staff of the Canada Fund, Maryknoll, VSA, Hagar and others also gave

of their time and knowledge - without exception, each of our requests for help was

met with a generous and thoughtful response. We also appreciate those who phoned,

e-mailed, visitted and generally reminded us that this is not a calous or uncaring

community when crisis strikes.

Samoeun's whereabouts remain uknown. We continue to seek any and all information.

The Management of Rehab Craft Cambodia
023-880-574

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