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AIDS aid

AIDS aid

On behalf of the planning group of the Aids Day Parade and Concert, we would

like to publicly thank all our donators and sponsors for their support and

commitment to this recent very popular and eminently worthwhile

event.

The event would not have been the resounding success it was

without their help:

  • Australian Embassy
  • Australian Red Cross
  • ADRA, Ban Thai restaurant
  • Care International
  • CAA, Christian Outreach
  • CRA
  • Coca Cola
  • Concern
  • Krousar Thmey
  • KSIA
  • LWS
  • MSF
  • Oxfam
  • Padek
  • Pact
  • PS1
  • Redd Barna
  • Reuters
  • SCF (UK)
  • Servants to Asia's Urban Poor
  • UNHCR
  • UNKS
  • VSO
  • Plus all the organizations and individuals who participated on the day.

The problem of Aids and it's effect on Cambodian family life and society will

not go away. This new year will bring new problems and dilemmas for Cambodia to

face, the problem of Aids effects each and every one of us and we all must fight

the devastation it can and will cause.

- Jacqui Dunn, the NGO Aids Day planning group

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