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Cards sent to end domestic violence

Cards sent to end domestic violence

Four thousand postcards are to be distributed throughout Cambodia today in a bid to raise awareness of domestic violence. The postcards, produced by the Cambodian Defenders Project, Adhoc, Cambodian Women’s Crisis Centre and DanChurchAid, include space for people to write comments on the issue that can then be sent back to the NGOs. “These postcards can help all those people who think that domestic violence isn’t their problem because, actually, it’s everyone’s problem to solve,” said Thang Thany, programme officer at Adhoc.


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